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.
Nestlé has failed in its attempt to trademark the shape of KitKat in the UK, opening the door for rivals to launch copycat products.
Amazon is creating 100,000 seasonal jobs to deal with increased demand over the holiday period, the U.S. e-commerce giant said Tuesday.
GlaxoSmithKline’s chief executive, Sir Andrew Witty, is to leave the drugmaker next March after collecting a £6.7m pay package last year.
The new boss of Marks & Spencer has warned that his turnaround plans for its struggling clothing business will hit profits in the short term.
Ford is to invest $4.5bn (£3bn) in electric vehicles over the next five years as part of a push by global carmakers to overhaul their product range.
Pfizer and Allergan look like the latest pharmaceutical companies to start early dealmaking talks , according to reports, in a deal which may, if it goes ahead, mark the zenith of the industry's megamerger trend.
Tax campaigners have questioned whether Starbucks will make a significant additional contribution to Treasury coffers after the coffee chain announced that it is moving its European head office from the Netherlands to the UK.
Pfizer has said it will keep its promises about keeping high-skill jobs and manufacturing in Britain before the US company's boss faces his first grilling by MPs on the proposed takeover of AstraZeneca.
Shell has struck a deal to sell some of its onshore oil and gas fields in the Niger delta amid rising concern about oil spills, sabotage and industrial-scale theft from Nigerian wells and pipelines of up to 150,000 barrels a day.
Start-up e-commerce membership site Jet.com took off less than two weeks ago, but the company's CEO tells CNBC it's already flying with big ambitions.
Authors are earning less from Amazon’s new pay-per-page model than they should be, thanks to a rash of scammers taking advantage of the company’s self-publishing platform.
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.
BP is to take a further $2.5bn (£1.87bn) hit as a result of the Deepwater Horizon accident, bringing the total cost of the environmental disaster to almost $62bn.