Ryanair is planning to return €800m (£609m) to its shareholders, after it unveiled a huge share buyback.
Tesco is to halt 24-hour trading at 76 of its biggest stores owing to a lack of shoppers in the early hours.
There are few other cars that had such a brief lifespan and such a lasting impact.
There are more job cuts ahead in the oil and gas sector, now that the major cost reductions have been squeezed out of capital expenditure and the supply chain, a global survey revealed.
McDonald’s is to introduce table service and cooked-to-order gourmet burgers at hundreds of restaurants across Britain as it tries to head off competition from upmarket rivals.
Even the government couldn’t sustain its boast about Google’s £130m tax settlement with HMRC being “a major success”.
When investors evaluate a company, they consider P/E ratio, market share and products in the pipeline. But now there's a new measure of a company's worth: cybersecurity risk.
The chair of HM Revenue & Customs has confirmed that he gave advice of a “general business nature” to the property tycoons behind One Hyde Park, London’s most expensive luxury flats development, while working at accountancy firm KPMG.
Pictured seated in a workshop, visor raised, 20-year-old Sophy Bage gazes resolutely across the room. Hair drawn back tightly into a ponytail, bright yellow earplugs just visible, a small smile steals across her illuminated face. She looks completely at home – and well she might. Because Bage is a welder.
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.
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”.
Boardroom executives of at least five major companies are braced for rows over pay and succession planning when they hold their annual general meetings, at a time of renewed shareholder focus on directors’ pay .
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.
The pay package of Burberry’s chief executive shrank by 75% last year to £1.9m, after profits fell at the luxury fashion house.
Sir Philip Green will have to make a generous offer to rescue the BHS pension scheme if he wants to save his reputation and knighthood, MPs have warned after a fiery six-hour hearing with the billionaire retail tycoon.
The stinging report by two committees of MPs on the failure of BHS left two points hanging in the air. First, the MPs did not say how much Sir Philip Green, whose reputation was demolished over 59 pages, should pay to cover the shortfall in the BHS pension schemes. It merely said Green “has a moral duty to act, a duty which he acknowledges”.
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.