Willie Walsh, the boss of British Airways’ parent company IAG, was paid £6.4m in 2014, an increase of almost 30% on the previous year.
Food safety experts and campaigners questioned plans by McDonald’s to stop serving chickens fed and injected with antibiotics at its 14,000 US restaurants on Wednesday and pointed to a similar, failed, pledge from the fast-food giant.
Samsung's smartphones might be losing market share, but the South Korean tech giant is em-barking into a new area - hi-tech, luxury dog kennels.
Target's chief executive said Tuesday the company will cut several thousand jobs within the next two years as part of a $2 billion cost-savings plan.
The Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley has rebuffed MPs who wanted to grill him over the treatment of staff at the company’s USC retail business in Scotland and the use of zero-hours contracts.
The British government is selling its stake in Eurostar in a deal that will deliver £757m to the taxpayer.
The former head of tax at the Morrisons supermarket chain has been jailed for a year after pleading guilty to insider dealing, from which he made £79,000 of profits.
Sony has shown a "return to form" in its devices, business analysts told CNBC, after the Japanese electronics giant unveiled a slim tablet and mid-range smartphone on Monday.
Balfour Beatty has signed a £400m deal to build two new residential areas at the London Olympic Park over the next eight years.
HM Revenue and Customs says it has halved the size of the UK’s illicit cigarette market and cut that for illicit hand-rolling tobacco by a third.
Britain’s chief executives are wildly overpaid, and there would be no negative impact on the economy if their salaries were slashed, a groundbreaking study of the country’s top headhunters reveals.