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.
Marks & Spencer has confirmed that Laura Wade-Gery, one of the UK’s few female FTSE 100 board directors, will not be returning from maternity leave and is to exit the company at the end of September.
The credit checking company Experian was under fire on Tuesday for promoting its chief executive, Don Robert, to chairman in a move that contravenes City corporate governance codes.
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.
The US Justice Department has sued to prevent United Airlines from acquiring an additional 24 flight slots at Newark Liberty international airport, in a move that could potentially endanger the airline’s expansion plans.
When a Ford Fiesta collided with a double-decker party bus packed with revellers on a roundabout in Crewe it could have been a very nasty accident. Luckily the Fiesta was travelling at less than 10mph and there was just a small split in the car’s bumper and a £70 bill to fix the bus.
The trio of oligarchs behind Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation (ENRC) – the FTSE 100 miner being investigated by the Serious Fraud Office – have been hit by a fraud and bribery lawsuit against a separate part of their empire.
Vodafone, one of the world's biggest telecoms companies, suffered a 4.8 percent hit to organic service revenue after poorer European performance.
She's dyed her hair every colour under the sun and tried hundreds of different jobs, but no matter how many makeovers Barbie has, her playroom star power continues to wane.
SABMiller has agreed to sell itself to Anheuser-Busch InBev for $104bn (£68bn), in a deal that will be the biggest ever takeover of a British company.
Sir Richard Branson has made a fortune from a string of business ventures that bear his signature brand, including Virgin Trains and Virgin Media.
Ford has warned shareholders that it is pouring cash into “emerging opportunities” and expects a steep decline in its financial performance in 2017.
Sir James Dyson, the billionaire inventor, has said there is no reason for businesses in Britain to be uncertain as a result of the EU referendum and that they would be mad to withhold investment on the back of the vote.
The Bank of England is to buy £10bn of bonds issued by private companies, including Apple and other overseas corporations, as it begins a dramatic expansion of its quantitative easing programme.