Labour has launched a stinging attack on the billionaire boss of high street chemist Boots after he accused the opposition party of promoting policies that would lead the country to catastrophe.
Tesco’s new boss Dave Lewis is pulling up to a third of products off its shelves as it calls time on policy that left shoppers baffled by a choice of up to 90,000 products on their weekly shop.
Former Dixons chairman John Allan is tipped to be named as the next chairman of Tesco after his rival, Ian Cheshire, former chief executive of B&Q-owner Kingfisher, withdrew from the race.
April Bloomfield grew up in the industrial city of Birmingham, England, with a vague notion she’d like a career in law enforcement, preferably in New York City.
British workers are taking home less in real terms than when Tony Blair won his second general election victory in 2001, with men and young people hit hardest by the wage squeeze that followed the financial crisis, according to new research.
The oil industry may be getting pinched by falling prices , but the next year could be a busy and lucrative time for private equity firms and restructuring specialists working in energy.
Shell is to make $15bn (£10bn) of spending cuts and has warned Chancellor George Osborne that North Sea operations will remain in the firing line unless he can offer tax cuts.
Shares in Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba crashed on Thursday as the company reported a slide in revenue growth and fended off accusations of trading in fake goods.
When a director sells, other investors often decide to follow suit.