British Airways is to launch services from Stansted this summer, the first time the flag carrier has operated from the airport.
The Bitcoin Group has delayed its public listing on the Australian Stock Exchange in order to provide further information about the currency to the exchange.
Next has been criticised by a group of heavyweight investors who say the company failed to act on a warning that could have prevented it from breaking company law, forcing the retail group to hold an expensive shareholder meeting this week.
Auto giant Ford is planning a new assembly plant south of the U.S. border, the Wall Street Journal reported Sunday, and will sharply increase factory output from Mexico just months after signing a labor deal.
Rolls-Royce is poised to cut its dividend payment to shareholders for the first time in almost 25 years, underlining the crisis at the famous engineering group.
The government has appointed Sir Philip Hampton, one of Britain’s most highly regarded bosses, to push for more women in top management jobs at large companies.
One of the UK’s largest companies, British American Tobacco (BAT) is facing demands that it be investigated by the US Department of Justice, following allegations that it engaged in widespread bribery of politicians and policymakers in Africa.
Bank-stock investors are overestimating the impact of tough times in the oil industry on the banking sector, says Dick Bove.
ConocoPhillips on Thursday reported a much bigger quarterly loss, hurt by impairment charges, and slashed its dividend as the relentless fall in crude oil prices takes a toll on the largest U.S. independent oil and gas company.
Lord Myners, the man who fought off Sir Philip Green’s bid for Marks & Spencer, has filed 11 questions in the House of Lords calling on the government to investigate the demise of BHS.
Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation, the FTSE 100 miner being investigated by the Serious Fraud Office over claims of fraud, bribery and corruption in Africa, is suing Sir Paul Judge, a City grandee and former director, for allegedly leaking information to the media.
Rex Tillerson, the boss of oil giant ExxonMobil, said cutting oil production was “not acceptable for humanity” as he fought off shareholders’ and activists’ attempts to force the company to fully acknowledge the impact of climate change on the environment and Exxon’s future profits.
Former trader Sam Polk talks about how he successfully broke up with Wall Street and launched a start up - and that epic job interview with Michael Milken.
A corruption scandal in Sweden centred on extravagant corporate perks and private jets has now cost the jobs of seven senior executives.
Nearly 1,000 trade suppliers, from a Lanarkshire biscuit maker to a lighting company in Poole, could be left unpaid to the tune of £52m if a buyer is not found for BHS.
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.
The knock on effects of the slump in oil prices has seen more than 5,000 workers at Wood Group lose their jobs since December.
The European commission has fined Daimler, Volvo/Renault and two other truckmakers a record €2.93bn (£2.5bn) for colluding on prices and passing the costs of emissions rules on to customers.
The Serious Fraud Office has announced that it is conducting a criminal investigation into Unaoil, the Monaco firm that earlier this year was implicated in an international corruption scandal by investigative journalists in Australia.