James Murdoch is facing a protest vote against his continued role on the board of Sky at the broadcaster’s annual meeting on Friday.
British workers suffered a sixth straight year of falling real pay in 2014, taking earnings back to levels last seen at the turn of the century, according to official figures.
A whistleblower who was sacked last year by a subsidiary of the FTSE 100 caterer Compass Group after making repeated allegations of corruption has won the right to have his employment tribunal heard in the UK.
Halliburton's decision to purchase rival oilfield services company Baker Hughes was not driven by current low oil prices but by current conditions in the industry, said CEO Dave Lesar on Tuesday.
EasyJet profits have soared by 22% as the company continued to bolster its position as Europe’s second-largest budget airline.
Once upon a time, we had the imperial CEO to worry about: the business leader who ruled in the manner of Augustus over his corporate empire. Jack Welsh at GE. Lee Iacocca at Chrysler. Sam Palmisano at IBM.
Marks & Spencer has gone shopping at John Lewis for its new finance director, with Helen Weir to join M&S next year.
The chairman of scandal-hit outsourcing group Serco is stepping down, saying that he takes “ultimate responsibility” for the string of “operational mis-steps” that have hit the business.
Allergan, the company that makes Botox, is preparing to sell itself to pharmaceutical group Actavis in a $66bn (£42bn) tie-up that will be one of the biggest deals of the year.
The demise of the jumbo jet has come a little closer after the US manufacturer Boeing announced it would scale back production of its famous 747 to just one plane every two months, with orders having all but disappeared.
Another day, another massive set of job cuts.
Asda is considering scrapping the morning perk of free tea and toast for its staff and may also close its canteens in an attempt to cut costs.