Elton John has called for a boycott of the designer label Dolce and Gabbana in a row over children born through in-vitro fertilization treatment.
Members of a group fighting for $15 hourly wages have filed complaints against McDonald's alleging work conditions there are hazardous.
Sir Martin Sorrell earned more than £36m last year under a controversial long-term share scheme that paid out in full for the WPP chief executive.
Britain’s high streets are fading away because new shops are not opening fast enough to replace those that close, despite the economic recovery.
The dramatic drop in oil prices is going to be very painful for the oil and gas industry, BP CEO Bob Dudley told CNBC Saturday.
A “smart” Barbie doll that can have “conversations” with children should not go on sale, privacy advocates have said.
Retail tycoon Sir Philip Green has finally washed his hands of BHS, selling the troubled fashion and homewares chain to a little-known group of City investors for a token £1.
The chief executive of Shell earned €24.2m (£19.5m) last year to become the second-highest paid boss in the FTSE 100.
The government will be putting retail jobs at risk if it does not undertake a fundamental review of business rates, Dave Lewis, the chief executive of Tesco, has warned ahead of the budget on Wednesday.
Millions of UK holidaymakers and business travellers face higher air fares and fewer scheduled flights between the UK and the European Union if the UK votes to leave the 28-member bloc in the June referendum,, an industry trade body has warned.
Advertising company WPP will reveal this week that its chief executive, Sir Martin Sorrell, has been handed shares worth £60m in a move that will take the total earnings of the high-profile FTSE 100 boss to more than £150m in five years.