Tesco has suspended the head of its UK business and called in independent accountants and lawyers to investigate after discovering that its guidance to the City overstated expected first-half profits by about £250m.
Siemens will acquire oilfield equipment maker Dresser-Rand for $7.6 billion, it said on Monday, a move that will boost the German company's oil and gas business in the United States.
General Motors confirmed another massive recall of cars on Sunday – adding to the record near 15m vehicles the auto giant has called in so far this year.
The administrators of stricken retailer Phones 4u are expected to confirm the sale of about 60 shops to EE in a move that will save hundreds of jobs.
Don't be fooled by the scenes of people queueing at Apple stores around the country last Friday to bag the latest iPhones.
BP is facing increased pressure over its sponsorship of the arts following protests this week over its patronage of the Royal Opera House and a legal row around its support for the Tate galleries.
The chief executive of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp has written to the European commission calling Google a "platform for piracy" and demanding action.
IBM is reportedly cutting the pay of employees who need training.
The arrest of one of Russia's richest men, whose empire spans oil production to the country's largest mobile phone network, could send further shockwaves through an economy already reeling from western sanctions.
Uber has claimed its first major scalp, with San Francisco-based competitor Sidecar announcing on Tuesday that it will be shutting down operations at 2pm on New Year’s Eve.
Fewer than one in 10 executive directors at Britain’s top companies are female, research shows, but the UK is better at promoting women to CEO roles than leading economies such as Germany and France.