ArcelorMittal blamed cheap Chinese imports for depressing the price of steel as the world’s biggest steelmaker scrapped its annual dividend after losing $1.3bn (£860m) in the first nine months of 2015.
Shake Shack is taking a big bite out of the burger market.
Kraft Heinz announced Wednesday that it would be closing seven factories and cutting about 2,600 jobs.
JCB has announced up to 290 job cuts in a move that leaves more than 10% of the workforce at one of Britain’s biggest manufacturers facing redundancy.
The Japanese electronics company Toshiba is bracing for huge losses as it counts the cost of an accounting scandal.
Supermarket chain Morrisons has ditched celebrities such as Ant and Dec - who failed to boost its fortunes over the crucial 2014 Christmas shopping season - and will instead feature its own staff in its seasonal advertising this year.
McDonald’s is to launch a premium range of burgers in Britain to head off growing competition from rival chains such as Five Guys and Shake Shack.
Shell has sought to reassure shareholders about its blockbuster takeover of BG Group by announcing an extra $1bn (£650m) of cost savings aimed at making the $70bn deal work in the face of persistently low oil prices.
The Volkswagen diesel emissions scandal has deepened after US authorities accused the carmaker of installing defeat devices into luxury sports cars including Porsches.
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.
Germany’s largest steelmaker ThyssenKrupp has cut its profit forecast as record Chinese exports have led to a global glut of steel and pushed prices lower.
Yes, we haven’t spent as much as we should have on keeping the infrastructure up to date, but then, on the plus side, we made a massive bet on football rights – and it paid off big time.