The chief executive of easyJet, Carolyn McCall, was paid £7.68m last year, with more than £7m coming in bonuses.
Canary Wharf owner Songbird has dismissed as too low a £2.6bn cash bid from Qatar’s sovereign wealth fund and a North American property firm to take full control of the company.
Uber, the taxi service that allows users to hail a ride using their smartphone, has been valued at more than $40bn (£25.5bn) after its latest funding round.
Ryanair shares soared after it reported booming business and upgraded its annual profit forecast, as the budget airline reaps the benefit of its more customer-friendly approach.
Mulberry has slumped to a first-half loss after a disastrous push upmarket, but claimed its new strategy is working with sales rising in recent weeks.
Tesco’s senior independent director Patrick Cescau is planning to step down from the board of the troubled supermarket next year, according to reports.
The government has introduced £450m of tax breaks to help North Sea oil companies at a time of plunging prices, rising costs and steep output declines, but some industry experts have warned the money is too little, too late.
And let's him keep the lot.
Amazon’s chief executive, Jeff Bezos, has admitted that he has made billions of dollars of failures on experiments, including the failed Fire Phone.
Richard Glynn, the embattled chief executive of Ladbrokes, is to step down from the bookmaker after five years in charge.
Media magnate Rupert Murdoch and former model Jerry Hall are to get married, after announcing their engagement at the ripe ages of 84 and 59 respectively.
A slump in sales in China has ended five years of growth for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.
When a Ford Fiesta collided with a double-decker party bus packed with revellers on a roundabout in Crewe it could have been a very nasty accident. Luckily the Fiesta was travelling at less than 10mph and there was just a small split in the car’s bumper and a £70 bill to fix the bus.