Belgium has come under investigation by the European commission over tax breaks for multinational companies as Brussels widens its crackdown on corporate tax avoidance.
Amazon is reportedly in discussions to buy up hundreds of physical retail stores across the US to showcase its products, including the Kindle tablet and unsuccessful Fire smartphone, and act as delivery points for online orders.
Tesco is to give more than £2m to its former chief executive and finance director after being told it had no legal grounds to continue withholding the payouts.
The Oil and gas company BG Group has become the latest corporate casualty of the oil price slump, writing down the value of its assets by £6bn and sharply cutting back on spending plans.
News Corp and 21st Century Fox will not face charges in the U.S. over payments to officials or phone hacking, the U.S. Department of Justice has said.
BP has crashed to a $1bn loss in the final quarter of the year as low oil prices and more writedowns hammered its results.
Cadbury has again risked public outrage by announcing that it will be shrinking the size of its chocolate bars by 10% – without reducing the price.
ExxonMobil posted earnings that easily topped expectations, though revenue fell slightly short.
The compensation fund for victims of General Motors' faulty ignition switch has determined that 51 of the claims for deceased people and about 70 for injuries are eligible for compensation, administrator Kenneth Feinberg told CNBC on Monday.
Amazon is at the centre of a row about a warehouse development in Kent that is set to benefit from almost £50m of government funding and threatens the future of a listed medieval church.
Low oil and gas prices are close to triggering a wave of bankruptcies and debt defaults among US producers, investors fear. The fall in the oil price to levels that are punishingly low for producers is putting up to $88bn of borrowings potentially at risk.
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