Tesco has bolstered its board with the appointment of the former Ikea chief and the chief executive of Compass as non-executive directors.
The famed Waldorf Astoria hotel, famously called "the greatest of them all," is now the most expensive of them all, after selling for $1.95 billion.
As the Ebola epidemic continues to rage in west Africa, with more than 3,000 dead and infections doubling every few weeks, the first confirmed case in the US last week stepped up global fears over the rapid spread of the incurable virus.
There was fresh embarrassment for the board of Tesco after it emerged the embattled supermarket the proud owner of a new $50m (£31m) Gulfstream G550 corporate jet.
John Lewis’s managing director has apologised for a string of derogatory remarks about France, as the deputy mayor of Paris dismissed his tirade as “false and idiotic”.
Berkshire Hathaway Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett pushed back against a report from earlier this year that labeled his investment firm as one of the worst workplaces in the nation when it comes to protecting the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender workers.
Exxon Mobil announced on Thursday that it has banned employees to travel to areas most affected by Ebola, as the disease has disrupted its operations in West Africa, including future plans to drill off the shore of Liberia.
After spending much of this year explaining why its two businesses are best left together, eBay's board of directors and CEO did a complete about-face Tuesday morning, announcing a plan under which its PayPal and eBay marketplace businesses will be split into separately traded public companies by the middle of next year.
Vince Cable is preparing to launch a review into the lack of ethnic minority directors in Britain’s boardrooms, in a move that closely mirrors the work undertaken by Lord Davies to increase the number of female directors.
Department store Macy's announced Wednesday it will cut thousands of jobs as part of restructuring to trim costs and reverse what it called "disappointing 2015 sales and earnings."
Marks & Spencer chief executive Marc Bolland is leaving the company after yet another period of poor performance.
It seemed like a win-win for fans of the online “brain training” memory game Lumosity – as fun as Candy Crush (almost) but actually good for you: a mind gym to sharpen mental performance and, for older consumers, ward off senility.