The largest pharmaceuticals merger in history, between Pfizer and Allergan, could be abandoned after the US government took fresh steps to clamp down on tax avoidance deals.
Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has the world's ear after he elaborated on his plan for taking Saudi Aramco public.
Pictured seated in a workshop, visor raised, 20-year-old Sophy Bage gazes resolutely across the room. Hair drawn back tightly into a ponytail, bright yellow earplugs just visible, a small smile steals across her illuminated face. She looks completely at home – and well she might. Because Bage is a welder.
GlaxoSmithKline is taking action to make medicines more affordable in developing countries, including waiving patent protection for new drugs in the world’s poorest nations.
The crisis in the British steel industry is the result of four big trends in the economy over the past 40 years.
Tata Steel is set to pull out of all its UK operations, including Port Talbot, in a move that could put thousands of jobs at risk.
Britain’s manufacturers are struggling to recruit skilled workers and keep pace with global technology, according to an industry report that criticises the government for lack of support.
Most British workers are spending longer at their workplace for little or no gain in productivity, according to a landmark study being released this week.
Boardroom pay will soon be back in the spotlight as this year’s annual general meeting season gets under way in the City.
Tesco is to halt 24-hour trading at 76 of its biggest stores owing to a lack of shoppers in the early hours.
Coca-Cola has spoken out against George Osborne’s sugar tax and warned that the levy will not reduce obesity.
“Got chased by a mob of taxi drivers who threw rocks,” tweeted the singer Courtney Love from Charles de Gaulle airport.
Dan Graham never expected he’d be looking for real estate to house a business other than his own.
Marks & Spencer has been criticised for cutting the pay of approximately 10% of its shop-floor workers by removing premiums for working Sundays and antisocial hours and trimming back bank holiday payments.
As thousands of low-wage workers plan to protest at McDonald’s annual shareholder meeting in Chicago on Thursday the company’s former US boss has warned them: if the minimum wage goes up, McDonald’s is likely to replace them with robots.
BP has agreed to pay $175m (£120m) to settle claims that it deceived shareholders by underplaying the severity of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
Senior managers at EDF have told MPs that they remain convinced that the French state-controlled group should postpone the Hinkley Point project until it has solved a litany of problems, including the reactor design and multibillion-euro lawsuits over delays on similar schemes.
The wife of retail tycoon Sir Philip Green has defended their use of companies based in tax havens, praising their “strong regulatory regimes”.