Sir James Dyson, the billionaire inventor, has said there is no reason for businesses in Britain to be uncertain as a result of the EU referendum and that they would be mad to withhold investment on the back of the vote.
The Bank of England is to buy £10bn of bonds issued by private companies, including Apple and other overseas corporations, as it begins a dramatic expansion of its quantitative easing programme.
Marks & Spencer has confirmed that Laura Wade-Gery, one of the UK’s few female FTSE 100 board directors, will not be returning from maternity leave and is to exit the company at the end of September.
Royal Dutch Shell has started production at the world’s deepest underwater oil and gas field, 1.8 miles beneath the sea surface in the Gulf of Mexico.
After a disappointing 2015, Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway is doing something very familiar once again: Beating the market.
The self-made billionaire could retire at the drop of a dime — but retirement is the last thing on the 66-year-old’s mind.
Marks & Spencer has confirmed plans to cut 525 jobs from its head office in London and is to move another 400 roles outside the capital as part of a £15m shakeup.
Sports Direct is braced for a fierce investor revolt at the company’s annual shareholder meeting this week as another influential City investor declared it would vote against the reappointment of chairman Keith Hellawell.
The UK’s largest firms paid directors bigger bonuses in 2015 than the previous year, despite a fall in the number of shareholders backing their remuneration plans, according to analysis by Deloitte.
Kent will continue as chairman of Coke's board, the company says.
The pay package of Burberry’s chief executive shrank by 75% last year to £1.9m, after profits fell at the luxury fashion house.
John Lewis has reported the best week of trading in its 150-year history, fuelled by feverish demand for televisions and tablets on Black Friday.
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.
The founder of easyJet has opened a discount food store that is selling everyday groceries for 25p each.
The government will be putting retail jobs at risk if it does not undertake a fundamental review of business rates, Dave Lewis, the chief executive of Tesco, has warned ahead of the budget on Wednesday.
A fleet of giant cargo ships, up to almost a quarter of a mile long and wider than a motorway, are to crisscross the world's oceans without a captain or crew on board.
Britain’s manufacturers are struggling to recruit skilled workers and keep pace with global technology, according to an industry report that criticises the government for lack of support.
A British outsourcing company whose contracts include collecting the BBC licence fee is to replace staff with robots as it slashes costs.