Shell has reported an 87% collapse in annual profits to $1.9bn despite axing thousands of jobs.
Amazon is planning to open hundreds of physical bookstores, according to a large mall CEO who spoke to Dow Jones.
Exxon Mobil, the erstwhile largest company in the world by market capitalisation, has posted a 58 per cent drop in quarterly profit as the languishing oil price continues to eat into the performance of the company.
The founder of easyJet has opened a discount food store that is selling everyday groceries for 25p each.
BP is to cut another 3,000 jobs after reporting a loss of $6.5bn, its worst annual loss in at least 20 years. The latest job cuts are in addition to the 4,000 job cuts already announced.
Rolls-Royce has won a significant boost after budget airline Norwegian agreed a $2.7bn (£1.9bn) deal to buy engines from the beleaguered company.
BP has appointed Lamar McKay to the new post of deputy group chief executive in a shake-up of the oil giant’s top team.
De Beers, the world’s largest diamond company, is to leave its UK headquarters after almost a century, as parent company Anglo American trims costs.
Private investment management firm G Asset Management said it has made a proposal to acquire 51 percent of Barnes & Noble, valuing the company at $22 a share.
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.
Nearly a fifth of Morrisons shareholders have failed to back the company’s remuneration report in the latest protest against executive pay.
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Napoli are reportedly hoping to make sure West Ham don't land Roberto Pereyra.
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Rolls-Royce has been plunged into fresh crisis after India became the latest country to launch a formal investigation into allegations of bribery and corruption at the British defence and engineering firm.
Sir Philip Green is scheduled to appear before MPs on Wednesday for one of the most eagerly-anticipated parliamentary hearings since they were first televised in 2002.
Burberry is losing a key member of its management team after John Smith, chief operating officer, announced plans to step down next year.