Jean-Claude Juncker’s €315bn (£235bn) investment blueprint has the potential to ease Europe’s unemployment crisis by creating more than two million new jobs, the International Labour Organisation said.
The owner of Canary Wharf, Songbird, has admitted defeat in its battle against a £2.6bn bid from the Qatari Investment Authority and Canadian property investor Brookfield, saying its three major shareholders intend to accept it.
Two major US companies – Procter & Gamble, the US company behind Fairy washing-up liquid and Head & Shoulders shampoo, and the Caterpillar digger manufacturer – warned that they have been hit by turbulence in the financial markets.
The CEO of Siemens has defended the company's decision to enter the U.S. shale oil space last year, as the group reported a 25 percent drop in net income in the first quarter of 2015.
BP has frozen the pay of its 84,000 staff around the world in response to the plunge in the oil price, which has more than halved in the past six months.
Uber, the controversial taxi app, promised to limit fare hikes to 2.8 times normal fares on Monday as New York prepared for a historic snowstorm.
Shop assistants, nurses and teachers are among the unhappiest workers in the UK when it comes to their pay, according to a survey that highlights widespread dissatisfaction after years of falling real wages.
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.
Retail tycoon Sir Philip Green has put BHS up for sale after receiving a number of approaches for the department store chain.