The personal data, including bank details, of millions of Carphone Warehouse customers may have been accessed in a “sophisticated cyber-attack”, the retailer has admitted.
Indignant waiters are calling for public support in a battle to hold on to their tips.
Berkshire Hathaway's operating earnings fell 10 percent in its second quarter, hurt by a $38 million loss for its insurance underwriting businesses. That segment generated $411 million in profits during the same period last year.
The chief executive of Dixons Carphone, Sebastian James, could earn up to £4.9m next year if he meets performance targets for the newly merged retail group.
Activist investor William Ackman has taken a $5.5 billion stake in Mondelez International, and is considering a possible takeover of the snack-maker.
The boss of Legal & General has backed a call by the Bank of England’s chief economist for companies to invest for the long term instead of paying out cash to feed the short-term demands of shareholders in the City.
Alibaba has appointed a former top Goldman Sachs executive as president of the group to lead the Chinese e-commerce giant's international expansion and lure in top global brands looking to sell their products via the world's second-largest economy.
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.
Pulling into Old Street underground station in London I can with great accuracy predict who will head for the doors of the train.
Chevron delivered quarterly earnings that fell well short of analysts' expectations on Friday.
Britain’s competition regulator has called on the European commission to block the owner of Three’s £10bn acquisition of O2 or force the combined mobile phone operator to break itself up to protect consumers.
Tata Steel has agreed the sale of its UK long products business to investment group Greybull Capital for a “nominal” fee in a deal that will revive the British Steel brand and could save 4,400 jobs.
B&Q has withdrawn an advertisement for jobs at its Swindon warehouse that required jobseekers to work three days’ “induction” for free and pay for a drugs test.