Boots has been accused of forcing staff to abuse, for the company’s profit, an NHS scheme intended to help sick patients.
Sajid Javid has indicated that the government is ready to part-nationalise Tata Steel’s UK business in order to save thousands of jobs.
Britain’s competition regulator has called on the European commission to block the owner of Three’s £10bn acquisition of O2 or force the combined mobile phone operator to break itself up to protect consumers.
Tata Steel has agreed the sale of its UK long products business to investment group Greybull Capital for a “nominal” fee in a deal that will revive the British Steel brand and could save 4,400 jobs.
B&Q has withdrawn an advertisement for jobs at its Swindon warehouse that required jobseekers to work three days’ “induction” for free and pay for a drugs test.
Campaigners claim BP has failed to do enough on environmental pledges made at last year’s annual general meeting (AGM) and will hold bosses to account at the oil company’s shareholder gathering.
BP is facing a row over boardroom pay at its annual meeting after a leading City investor warned it intended to vote against a $20m (£14m) package for chief executive Bob Dudley.
Barack Obama’s derailment of Pfizer’s $160bn (£114bn) merger with Allergan sparked immediate speculation on Wednesday that the US drugs company would turn its attention to another big pharmaceutical takeover.
The UK has recorded its biggest monthly car sales in almost 20 years, with more than 500,000 new vehicles registered in March.
Sir Philip Green is understood to have taken delivery of a new private jet, adding a £46m Gulfstream G650ER to a transport collection that includes a speedboat, a helicopter and three yachts.
The demise of the jumbo jet has come a little closer after the US manufacturer Boeing announced it would scale back production of its famous 747 to just one plane every two months, with orders having all but disappeared.
Standing in a brand new British Airways A380, at an altitude of 35,000ft over the Atlantic, Willie Walsh couldn’t resist having a dig at an old rival.
April Bloomfield grew up in the industrial city of Birmingham, England, with a vague notion she’d like a career in law enforcement, preferably in New York City.
Sir Philip Green has instructed lawyers to demand an immediate apology from Frank Field, one of the senior MPs who led an inquiry into the failure of BHS.
Unilever, the consumer goods group behind Persil and Magnum, has said it will not scale back its UK operations if Britain votes to leave the European Union.
The government will be putting retail jobs at risk if it does not undertake a fundamental review of business rates, Dave Lewis, the chief executive of Tesco, has warned ahead of the budget on Wednesday.
The world's biggest strip club businesses say that business is booming despite the recession, proving that "sex entertainment" still sells despite the global economic downturn.
After a disappointing 2015, Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway is doing something very familiar once again: Beating the market.
The self-made billionaire could retire at the drop of a dime — but retirement is the last thing on the 66-year-old’s mind.
Marks & Spencer has confirmed plans to cut 525 jobs from its head office in London and is to move another 400 roles outside the capital as part of a £15m shakeup.