Pizza Express has become the latest restaurant chain to reverse its policy of taking a cut from tips to waiting staff after a union campaign and a backlash from customers.
Speculation about a wave of takeovers in the supermarket sector has helped fuel a near 5% rise in the shares of Morrisons.
One of the City’s most influential shareholder groups has issued a warning about planned changes to a multimillion-pound bonus scheme at Sports Direct, the retail chain run by Mike Ashley, the owner of Newcastle United football club.
Natalie Massenet, the founder of Net-a-Porter, has quit the online fashion empire she created just weeks before its takeover by an Italian discounter is finalised.
Sports Direct chairman, Keith Hellawell, is expected to come under renewed pressure to step down from the retailer’s board at its annual meeting next week as a result of new rules giving increased rights to minority shareholders.
Texas-based energy company ConocoPhillips will cut about 10 percent of its global workforce, with the largest percentage occurring in North America, it confirmed to CNBC.
Nick Robertson, the co-founder of the online fashion retailer Asos, is to step down as chief executive in a surprise move after a tricky 18 months for the former stock market darling.
Eni's discovery of potentially the world's largest natural-gas field off the Egyptian coast will be a gamechanger for Egypt and the Mediterranean in terms of energy stability, the CEO of the Italian energy giant told CNBC on Monday.
McDonald's has some good news for dairy farmers and bad news for the lactose intolerant.
More coffee, please! A Chicago woman is suing Starbucks for allegedly serving her too much ice and too little caffeine in its cold beverages.
Berkshire Hathaway held its annual shareholders meeting on Saturday, and attendees listened closely to Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett and Vice-Chairman Charlie Munger at what observers call "Woodstock for Capitalism."
Companies as diverse as the household goods group Reckitt Benckiser, Standard Chartered bank and the advertising giant WPP could be the next to face showdowns over pay as investors prepare to vote at forthcoming annual meetings.