Saudi Arabia is mulling an IPO of state owned oil producer Saudi Aramco, possibly the world's most valuable company.
EDF is considering the sale of a €3bn (£2.2bn) stake in its British nuclear business in a bid to raise cash for new Hinkley Point reactors.
Department store Macy's announced Wednesday it will cut thousands of jobs as part of restructuring to trim costs and reverse what it called "disappointing 2015 sales and earnings."
Marks & Spencer chief executive Marc Bolland is leaving the company after yet another period of poor performance.
It seemed like a win-win for fans of the online “brain training” memory game Lumosity – as fun as Candy Crush (almost) but actually good for you: a mind gym to sharpen mental performance and, for older consumers, ward off senility.
The price of a barrel of Brent crude fell below $35 on Wednesday for the first time since 2004, a remarkable event given that the global economy, while plainly not red hot, is several degrees above lukewarm.
The price of North Sea oil has crashed to its lowest level in 11 years as traders fretted about global overproduction.
Retailer Next has reported a “disappointing” performance over Christmas, with sales hit by the unusually warm weather in November and December.
Britain’s oil and gas fields have increased production for the first time in more than 15 years, figures show.
EasyJet is to introduce a loyalty scheme for frequent flyers, as the pioneering low-cost airline celebrates its 20th anniversary.
Sir John Kingman has never chaired a public company, let alone been an important member of the FTSE 100 index, but suddenly his arrival at Legal & General looks inspired, or at least less of a gamble.
Club owner and current Tory donor Richard Caring broke his silence on Tuesday about the £2.25m he collected in cash from HSBC’s scandal-hit Swiss bank.
BHS is battling to raise £100m to pay staff wages and continue trading, with 10,000 jobs at risk at the struggling department store chain.
Volkswagen has slumped to its first annual loss in more than 20 years after setting aside €16.2bn (£12.6bn) to cover the cost of its diesel emissions scandal.
The European commission has blocked Three’s £10.25bn takeover of O2 on competition grounds, more than a year after the deal to form Britain’s biggest mobile phone operator was announced.
Charlie Harary, co-founder of H3 & Co., outlined the worst CEO mistakes that "butted up against" societal trends in 2014.
Nissan is to take legal action against the Vote Leave campaign after the Japanese carmaker’s logo was used on leaflets calling for voters to back Brexit in Thursday’s referendum.
Sir Philip Green is understood to have taken delivery of a new private jet, adding a £46m Gulfstream G650ER to a transport collection that includes a speedboat, a helicopter and three yachts.
Senior managers at EDF have told MPs that they remain convinced that the French state-controlled group should postpone the Hinkley Point project until it has solved a litany of problems, including the reactor design and multibillion-euro lawsuits over delays on similar schemes.