SkyMall, a catalogue offering a range of products that became a cultural touchstone for a generation, was gravely ill on Friday afternoon, according to a bankruptcy filing.
McDonald’s reported one of its worst financial years on Friday, as burger lovers across the globe continue to fall out of love with the world’s largest restaurant chain.
Uber has raised a further $1.6bn from investors as the car-hailing service accelerates its plans for global domination.
American Express revealed it would cut more than 4,000 jobs this year and reported quarterly revenue that beat analysts' expectations.
Ebay will lay off 2,400 positions – representing about 7% of its total number of jobs – as part of a corporate restructuring, the company announced on Wednesday.
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Unilever, as chief executive Paul Polman noted with satisfaction, gets its full-year results out smartly these days.
Mike Ashley is selling a 2.6% stake in Sports Direct, worth £117m, in a deal with US bank Goldman Sachs.
Reckitt Benckiser, the consumer goods giant behind brands such as Dettol and Durex, has been fined £539,800 by the City watchdog for failing to monitor share-dealing by its senior executives.
There are more job cuts ahead in the oil and gas sector, now that the major cost reductions have been squeezed out of capital expenditure and the supply chain, a global survey revealed.
McDonald’s is to introduce table service and cooked-to-order gourmet burgers at hundreds of restaurants across Britain as it tries to head off competition from upmarket rivals.