More than 50% of Sky’s independent shareholders have voted against James Murdoch’s reappointment as chairman.
The first face-to-face talks between the boss of Southern Rail and the leader of the RMT union are to be held on Wednesday in an attempt to resolve the six-month-long dispute.
Amazon’s next step in its global domination of commerce could be much closer to home. The internet retailer, which has grown into a $397bn company in the 22 years since its founding, is reportedly planning to build a series of bricks and mortar corner stores selling milk, meat, orange juice and newspapers to further cement its recent expansion into the grocery market.
Japanese technology giant Fujitsu has announced plans to cut up to 1,800 jobs in Britain, more than a tenth of its UK workforce .
So much for the idea that easyJet could improve its profits every year.
A self-described “battler” from Sydney has had the cost of his Domino’s Pizza order refunded after 18 months and a successful court battle.
Tesco is facing a claim for £150m from 60 shareholders seeking to recoup losses following accounting irregularities at the supermarket chain.
The founder of Sports Direct, Mike Ashley, is taking over as chief executive of the troubled sports retailer following the resignation of Dave Forsey.
A shakeup of Rolls-Royce, the engineering group, has claimed another victim with the chief executive, Warren East, replacing his chief financial officer.
Ford has warned shareholders that it is pouring cash into “emerging opportunities” and expects a steep decline in its financial performance in 2017.
The boss of Mattel, the company that makes Barbie dolls, was fired on Monday after the firm reported collapsing profits as girls fall out of love with Barbie and Ken.
People who immigrate to the UK do not take jobs from local workers, the former chancellor George Osborne has said.
I figure the headline got your attention. After all, s.x sells.
Former trader Sam Polk talks about how he successfully broke up with Wall Street and launched a start up - and that epic job interview with Michael Milken.
Unilever is to cut the size of British ice-creams including Magnum, Cornetto, Ben & Jerry’s and Feast by up to a third to bring them all under 250 calories.
IBM's pay-to-play memo to employees is disturbing, says career coach Marie McIntyre.
Nomura has appointed Jim Leng as Non-Executive Chairman of Nomura Europe Holdings.
Uber, the taxi-app firm, is facing legal action over whether it affords its drivers basic rights and treats them as employees rather than “partners” or “contractors”.
Sainsbury’s is hiring 150 digital and technology experts to help improve its online store as it finalises the buyout of Argos.
Tax inspectors targeting Britain’s wealthiest people have identified potential evasion and avoidance worth nearly £2bn, but have pursued only one successful criminal prosecution, a National Audit Office report reveals.
Ikea has pledged to invest €1bn (£850m) in recycling companies and forests after netting €5.2bn from the sale of its product development and supply chain business.
Tata Steel and trade union leaders have agreed a deal to save 8,000 jobs in the steel industry and the Port Talbot steelworks in south Wales.