One of the financial world's largest ever mergers was effectively unwound on Tuesday as BHP Billiton said it was demerging key assets from its $190bn (£114bn) mining conglomerate – triggering another huge payday for the banks.
Women bosses are still earning only three-quarters as much as their male colleagues, meaning they would have to work until they were nearly 80 to catch up with men's lifetime earnings, according to new figures .
From "talking" cars to self-driving cars, what it means to build, own or simply drive a car will fundamentally change in the next 25 years, says Ford Chairman Bill Ford.
A Sainsbury's branch removed kosher food from its shelves over fears that anti-Israeli protesters would attack it.
McDonald’s has said it will open eight new outlets in Victoria, just a week after the fast food giant expressed concern over its performance in Australia.
The bosses of Britain's 100 biggest listed companies are earning on average 143 times more than their staff, according to data that exposes the growing imbalance between how the nation's workforce and its business leaders are rewarded.
Prudential has shrugged off the impact of George Osborne's pension reforms as it beat market expectations with a 17% increase in first-half profits.
Heavy betting during the first two weeks of the World Cup failed to lift profits at Ladbrokes, which continued to grapple with its online business and closed shops across the country.
Britain is dubbed the self-employment capital of western Europe in a report published on Tuesday that feeds concerns over the strength of the UK's economic recovery.
Martin Shkreli, the embattled health care businessman, has been let go by KaloBios Pharmaceuticals — one of the companies he had headed.
One metals and mining analyst is not just slashing earnings estimates and price targets, but also warning about the potential for bankruptcies.
Isis Pharmaceuticals on Friday announced that it will change its name to Ionis Pharmaceuticals.