BHS is battling to raise £100m to pay staff wages and continue trading, with 10,000 jobs at risk at the struggling department store chain.
Close to 1,000 jobs are at risk at 116-year-old tailoring brand Austin Reed, where administrators could be called in as early as next week.
The owners of nearly 600,000 Volkswagen vehicles rigged to cheat on emissions tests will have the option to have their cars fixed or bought back by Volkswagen, a judge said on Thursday.
Anglo American got off lightly.
A rescue deal for the Tata Steel plant at Port Talbot appears increasingly likely after ministers confirmed they were prepared to part-nationalise Tata’s UK business to attract a buyer in the coming weeks.
Opec struggles to speak with a single voice these days, so it was always a wobbly assumption that the cartel of oil producers would be able to agree a deal with non-members, such as Russia, to curb output.
More than one in four business leaders believe bribery and corruption is rife in the UK, according to survey conducted by accountants EY.
Centrica will cut 3,000 jobs this year as the group, which owns British Gas, reduces costs to shore up its financial position.
Amazon is at the centre of a row about a warehouse development in Kent that is set to benefit from almost £50m of government funding and threatens the future of a listed medieval church.
A fleet of giant cargo ships, up to almost a quarter of a mile long and wider than a motorway, are to crisscross the world's oceans without a captain or crew on board.
Martin Shkreli, the embattled health care businessman, has been let go by KaloBios Pharmaceuticals — one of the companies he had headed.
The fuel price war between the big four supermarkets has pushed prices on the forecourt closer to £1 a litre after Asda said it would cut petrol and diesel by 2p a litre from Tuesday and Tesco responded with immediate price reductions.
Labour has launched a stinging attack on the billionaire boss of high street chemist Boots after he accused the opposition party of promoting policies that would lead the country to catastrophe.
The Serious Fraud Office has announced that it is conducting a criminal investigation into Unaoil, the Monaco firm that earlier this year was implicated in an international corruption scandal by investigative journalists in Australia.
After Caterpillar posts an earnings miss, CEO Doug Oberhelman said "Our day will come, but it's not right now."
Keith Hellawell has vowed to continue as chairman of Sports Direct in a snub to shareholders and campaigners calling for his head after the retailer’s relegation from the FTSE 100.
Morrisons is to provide a post-referendum boost to shoppers by cutting the price of more than 1,000 products by an average of 18%.
Chevron posted a loss for the second quarter as it reported $2.8 billion in impairments, surprising the Street.
ExxonMobil earned an adjusted 41 cents per share in the second quarter, compared with expectations for 64 cents per share.