Amazon founder and chief executive Jeff Bezos has defended his company after allegations of employee cruelty made by the New York Times.
The Amazon founder, Jeff Bezos, has admitted it will be “very, very, very expensive” to launch a new motoring show with Jeremy Clarkson and his Top Gear co-stars after signing up the controversial trio in a multimillion-pound deal following their departure from the BBC.
It’s all happening in Zug, the former Swiss fishing village that now hosts one of the world’s largest concentrations of millionaires.
Sainsbury’s has cut short its multimillion-pound, four-year deal to sponsor British Athletics, the supermarket group revealed on Friday.
Emirates has launched the world's longest non-stop flight, with a new service between Dubai to Panama City expected to take 17 hours and 35 minutes.
The Coca-Cola Co. on Thursday announced James Quincey was appointed president and chief operating officer, effective immediately.
The fashion retailer TK Maxx has launched an internal review after a customer complained that one of its T-shirts could be seen as mocking the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris.
Amazon has moved a step closer to launching a grocery service in the UK, taking over the lease on a warehouse previously used by Tesco.
In October, bank lenders perform a biannual review of loans and revolving credit they make available to exploration and production companies.
Warren Buffett, the octogenarian multibillionaire investor, has struck his biggest deal by agreeing to buy Precision Castparts, a US maker of aircraft parts and energy production equipment, for $37.2bn (£24bn) including debt.
The widening discrepancy between shopfloor wages and soaring boardroom pay is rising up the agenda of major investors and could spark calls for companies to provide more detail about their pay ratios, according to one of the largest fund management groups in the City.
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.
De Beers, the world’s largest diamond company, is to leave its UK headquarters after almost a century, as parent company Anglo American trims costs.