Thousands of restaurant businesses in Britain could go bust because the fall in sterling since the Brexit vote has sharply raised the cost of imported food and wine, an accountancy firm has warned.
Howard Schultz will step down as Starbucks chief executive – again.
The creator of the Big Mac, one of the most popular fast foods in the world, has died aged 98. Jim Delligatti was a McDonald’s franchisee who came up with the idea in 1967 because he said customers wanted a bigger sandwich.
The financial reporting watchdog will investigate accountancy firm Grant Thornton for signing off on an arrangement between Sports Direct, majority-owned by Mike Ashley, and a delivery firm owned by his brother.
Former BHS workers and trade union representatives are to descend on the headquarters of Sir Philip Green’s retail business in an attempt to force him to fill the £571m deficit in the collapsed department store chain’s pension scheme.
The boss of the Institute of Directors will on Monday warn top bosses that the vote for Brexit and the election of Donald Trump will result in greater scrutiny of boardroom behaviour and executive pay.
Up to 300 jobs are at risk at London-based ready meals company Bakkavör Meals after it lost a contract to supply Tesco with mashed potato.
Amazon is stepping up its battle against British supermarkets with the launch of fresh food deliveries on Thursday.
Tesco has hired a new brand director to try to turn round the battered image of Britain’s biggest retailer.
Britain’s best known non-fictional pub landlord has attacked the government’s new “national living wage”, claiming it will unfairly affect pubs, where staff costs amount to 75p for every pint pulled.
Big employers at this autumn’s graduate recruitment fairs are under pressure to attract more female applicants as new figures show that only 42% of hires to big training schemes are women – even though almost 60% of graduates are female.
Government attempts to contain the mounting UK steel crisis have been dealt a further blow after Caparo Industries announced 452 job losses.
A slump in sales in China has ended five years of growth for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.
A former researcher for GlaxoSmithKline claims his job was snuffed out by the pharmaceuticals giant because he repeatedly raised warnings about alleged mistakes in studies that were used to help sell the company's smoking-reduction products.
Howard Schultz, the founder and chief executive of Starbucks, wants to start a conversation about race.
The link between executive pay and company performance is “negligible”, according to a study that will fuel arguments for reform of corporate wage packets.
Sports Direct is selling Dunlop, the sportswear brand known for its green flash tennis shoes, to a Japanese buyer in a surprise $137.5m (£112m) deal.
Sir Philip Green wants the Pensions Regulator to force Dominic Chappell, the former owner of BHS, to put money into the failed retailer’s pension fund as part of any settlement to resolve the £571m deficit in the scheme.