The future of BHS is to be decided at a hotel in west London on Wednesday morning when the 90-year-old chain’s creditors will vote on whether to back a rescue deal.
The chief executive of Valeant resigned on Monday, after the embattled Canadian drugmaker admitted that “improper conduct” by senior management caused the company to misstate its financial results.
Britain’s biggest companies could face a credit downgrade – potentially forcing up their borrowing costs – should the UK vote to leave the EU in June, according to a report by a leading ratings agency.
Dyson, the British company famous for its bagless vacuum cleaners and bladeless fans, is planning to ramp up investment into new longer-lasting batteries after reporting a 20% rise in profits thanks to a tripling of revenues in China.
Amazon took legal action in an attempt to avoid having to hold a shareholder vote on whether it should work to reduce the gap between how much it pays male and female staff.
Sainsbury’s has tabled a £1.4bn takeover of Home Retail Group after South African retail group Steinhoff ditched plans to make a rival bid for the Argos owner.
Glencore’s efforts to reduce fatalities among its staff have suffered a setback with the announcement that the death toll from an accident at a Congolese mine has risen to seven.
Coca-Cola has spoken out against George Osborne’s sugar tax and warned that the levy will not reduce obesity.
GlaxoSmithKline’s chief executive, Sir Andrew Witty, is to leave the drugmaker next March after collecting a £6.7m pay package last year.
Nike has launched the HyperAdapat 1.0 sneaker, which it says is the first "self-lacing" mass-produced shoe of its kind.
Nearly two-thirds of companies face "significant" cyberattacks on a daily or weekly basis, according to an Accenture survey of senior executives across the globe.
SSI Steel has announced it will close its iron and steel making plant at Redcar on Teesside indefinitely with the loss of 1,700 jobs.
Tesco is considering cutting store staff by 39,000 over the next three years as Britain’s biggest supermarket group attempts to reverse a slump in profits.
Virgin chief executive Richard Branson made his debut as a female flight attendant this weekend, donning a stewardess' uniform and serving drinks to passengers after he lost a bet with a fellow airline magnate.
Bayer CEO Marijn Dekkers told CNBC he did not feel a need to make acquisitions, as U.S. pharmaceutical giant Pfizer confirmed it had make a second bid approach toAstraZeneca , potentially creating a $100 billion-plus merger.
Despite lack of evidence, KFC will still contribute to the medical bills of a disfigured girl allegedly kicked out of a restaurant in Mississippi.
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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.
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.
Sports Direct is braced for a fierce investor revolt at the company’s annual shareholder meeting this week as another influential City investor declared it would vote against the reappointment of chairman Keith Hellawell.