Sir Philip Green may have to pay £1bn to resolve the problems facing the BHS pension scheme under proposals tabled by MPs.
Rupert Murdoch swooped in with an £11.2bn offer to take full control of the satellite broadcaster Sky, five years after he was forced to abandon a similar deal amid public revulsion over the phone-hacking scandal.
Kent will continue as chairman of Coke's board, the company says.
A British outsourcing company whose contracts include collecting the BBC licence fee is to replace staff with robots as it slashes costs.
There have been five US multinationals caught up in “sweetheart tax deal” inquiries launched by competition officials in Brussels over the last two and a half years: Apple, Amazon, Starbucks, Fiat Chrysler and McDonald’s.
Ikea has pledged to invest €1bn (£850m) in recycling companies and forests after netting €5.2bn from the sale of its product development and supply chain business.
Tata Steel and trade union leaders have agreed a deal to save 8,000 jobs in the steel industry and the Port Talbot steelworks in south Wales.
Millions of UK holidaymakers and business travellers face higher air fares and fewer scheduled flights between the UK and the European Union if the UK votes to leave the 28-member bloc in the June referendum,, an industry trade body has warned.
Nike has launched the HyperAdapat 1.0 sneaker, which it says is the first "self-lacing" mass-produced shoe of its kind.
The Board of Directors of The Goldman Sachs Group has announced the appointments of Mark A. Flaherty and Mark O. Winkelman as independent directors of the firm, effective December 18.
In a bid to remove the distractions of home and cafes, some freelancers and entrepreneurs are turning to office space sharing.
Britain’s best known non-fictional pub landlord has attacked the government’s new “national living wage”, claiming it will unfairly affect pubs, where staff costs amount to 75p for every pint pulled.
Pulling into Old Street underground station in London I can with great accuracy predict who will head for the doors of the train.
Eni's discovery of potentially the world's largest natural-gas field off the Egyptian coast will be a gamechanger for Egypt and the Mediterranean in terms of energy stability, the CEO of the Italian energy giant told CNBC on Monday.
Dyson, the privately owned British engineering group famous for its vacuum cleaners and bladeless fans, has announced record-breaking profits of £367m, up 13% on the year, despite spending £3m a week on research and development.
Uber, the app-based taxi-booking business, has been accused of exploiting customers by tripling fares during London’s tube strike.
The boss of Legal & General has backed a call by the Bank of England’s chief economist for companies to invest for the long term instead of paying out cash to feed the short-term demands of shareholders in the City.
Sports Direct’s embattled chairman, Keith Hellawell, has come under renewed pressure to step down as a series of City investment groups said shareholders should oppose his re-election to the retailer’s board this week.
Ford CEO Mark Fields made his comments on CNBC's "Fast Money Halftime Report" after the company canceled its plans for a $1.6 billion plant in Mexico.
Sir Philip Green as he gave evidence to the House of Commons business, energy and industrial strategy committee in June about the collapse of BHS.