Even the government couldn’t sustain its boast about Google’s £130m tax settlement with HMRC being “a major success”.
Tesco could face a £500m fine for the accounting scandal at the retailer, analysts have warned.
Generous pay packets in the boardroom could be set to become a thing of the past, as a new report has found that fees for non-executive directors have grown at their slowest rate for more than 15 years.
The oil and gas industry is repeating the mistakes of previous downturns by resorting to short-term cost-cutting measures, according to a new report.
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.
Starbucks is growing U.S. sales faster than its competitors because it is finding more opportunities to cash in beyond its peak breakfast hours, Chairman and CEO Howard Schultz said Friday.
Unilever is to cut the size of British ice-creams including Magnum, Cornetto, Ben & Jerry’s and Feast by up to a third to bring them all under 250 calories.
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.
Another day, another massive set of job cuts.
Asda is considering scrapping the morning perk of free tea and toast for its staff and may also close its canteens in an attempt to cut costs.
Charlie Harary, co-founder of H3 & Co., outlined the worst CEO mistakes that "butted up against" societal trends in 2014.
Almost 600 jobs were lost on Friday after liquidators from the accountancy firm, KPMG, were called in at Scottish Coal. A further 140 workers have been retained but only to secure the mines, including the largest, Broken Cross in South Lanarkshire.
The bookies took a right old caning on Leicester City, right? Don’t believe a word of it.
IBM shares fell more than 5 percent in after-hours trading Monday after the company announced third-quarter revenues that missed expectations, and offered weaker than expected guidance for the year.
AstraZeneca boss Pascal Soriot fired a warning shot across the bows of bigger US rival Pfizer, a potential suitor, as he insisted that the British drugmaker's strategy was working and highlighted progress with new cancer drugs.
One of the City’s most influential shareholder groups has issued a warning about planned changes to a multimillion-pound bonus scheme at Sports Direct, the retail chain run by Mike Ashley, the owner of Newcastle United football club.
Berkshire Hathaway held its annual shareholders meeting on Saturday, and attendees listened closely to Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett and Vice-Chairman Charlie Munger at what observers call "Woodstock for Capitalism."
Businesses in Britain’s services sector enjoyed a rebound in growth last month but were more nervous about hiring new staff before this month’s EU referendum, according to a survey.
Wintergreen Advisers on Monday said Coca-Cola shares were "deeply discounted because of poor management and governance" and said the company's CEO, Muhtar Kent, should be replaced.
The owner of Canary Wharf, Songbird, has admitted defeat in its battle against a £2.6bn bid from the Qatari Investment Authority and Canadian property investor Brookfield, saying its three major shareholders intend to accept it.
MPs have lambasted Sir Philip Green for the demise of BHS, accusing him of being an “unscrupulous chancer” and of overseeing “wealth extraction rather than wealth creation”.
The pay package of Burberry’s chief executive shrank by 75% last year to £1.9m, after profits fell at the luxury fashion house.
Mike Ashley will go before MPs to “defend the good name” of Sports Direct on Tuesday in a change of plan just days after he said he would defy a parliamentary summons.