The stinging report by two committees of MPs on the failure of BHS left two points hanging in the air. First, the MPs did not say how much Sir Philip Green, whose reputation was demolished over 59 pages, should pay to cover the shortfall in the BHS pension schemes. It merely said Green “has a moral duty to act, a duty which he acknowledges”.
The European commission has fined Daimler, Volvo/Renault and two other truckmakers a record €2.93bn (£2.5bn) for colluding on prices and passing the costs of emissions rules on to customers.
The Serious Fraud Office has announced that it is conducting a criminal investigation into Unaoil, the Monaco firm that earlier this year was implicated in an international corruption scandal by investigative journalists in Australia.
BP is to take a further $2.5bn (£1.87bn) hit as a result of the Deepwater Horizon accident, bringing the total cost of the environmental disaster to almost $62bn.
Welcome to the Marks & Spencer merry-go-round, where Britain’s most famous high street retailer goes round in circles for years trying to fix its ailing clothing business.
Efforts to appoint more women to the boards of Britain’s biggest companies have stalled, while men still exert a tight grip on key decision-making positions, new data has revealed.
Amazon is planning to hire 1,000 more people than previously expected in the UK this year as the online retailer rolls out its one-hour delivery operation and extends its web services.
Smart leaders may become wise leaders when they have the foresight or courage to make unpopular and counter-intuitive decisions.
With a cream leather lounger strategically placed under a map of the world labelled "the world is ours", the Manchester office of Boohoo founder Mahmud Kamani has the menace of a Bond villain's lair.
The accountancy watchdog has dropped an investigation into the former Tesco chief financial officer Laurie McIlwee, nearly two years after an accounting scandal emerged at the supermarket.
Volkswagen has blamed the emissions scandal at the car maker on a “small group” of people and suspended staff as it unveiled Matthias Müller as its new chief executive.
Anglo American got off lightly.
Sainsbury’s has warned that up to 600 head office jobs are at risk in its £1.4bn takeover of Argos owner Home Retail Group, but promised the deal would ultimately create several hundred new roles.
Vince Cable has asked the Equalities and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) to advise him on the legality of all-female shortlists for top City jobs as part of the coalition's latest push to get more women on to the boards of major companies.
Burberry boss Angela Ahrendts and Melinda Gates, wife of the founder of Microsoft who helps run an international charitable foundation, are to be made honorary dames of the British Empire.
It has weathered storms of controversy over sexy adverts that bordered on porn and accusations that its flamboyant founder sexually harassed his young employees, but in the end money, not sex, has proved the undoing of American Apparel.
Tesla is making a “significant investment” in expanding its European operations, its CEO, Elon Musk, told investors on Tuesday, announcing a new “gigafactory” battery production plant and an automated manufacturing research centre.
Britain’s top companies should ensure that more women make it on to executive committees as well as into boardrooms, a government-backed review has recommended.
Tesco Bank has revealed that the “unprecedented” attack on its online accounts at the weekend resulted in the loss of £2.5m. The banking arm of the supermarket chain also revised down the number of accounts from which money was removed from 20,000 to 9,000 and announced that banking services had been restored for all its customers.