The Qatari owners of Harrods have banked a £117.6m dividend on the back of another year of brisk trade at the London department store.
Royal Dutch Shell has recruited the former chief executive of DuPont and former chairman of Bank of America Charles Holliday as its chairman, to take over from Jorma Ollila, who will step down at the annual meeting in May after nine years in the role.
Royal Dutch Shell’s profit rose strongly in the third quarter as more profitable production and lower exploration costs helped compensate for the sharp fall in the price of oil.
The sale of 10 percent of Ferrari may be the ultimate auction for fans of the supercar. A look at the billionaires who might be ready to grab a piece of the action.
The Serious Fraud Office has launched a formal criminal investigation into accounting practices at Tesco, which led to a £263m profit overstatement at the UK’s biggest retailer.
Ryanair faces an €8.3m (£6.5m) penalty after losing an appeal against a ruling that it breached French labour laws by employing 127 local staff on Irish contracts.
A new survey has found that CEOs and other top executives see cybersecurity as a major concern, yet 72 percent of those who voiced that concern do not priortize investments in technology or in their response to incidents.
Tesco has revealed that new chief executive Dave Lewis received a golden hello worth more than £4m when he agreed to join the crisis-hit supermarket giant.
Victoria Beckham's business success has been recognized by business magazine Management Today in its list of Top 100 Entrepreneurs of 2014.
The dramatic effect of falling oil prices on profits in the energy sector will be underlined this week as BP unveils third quarter earnings that could be as much as 20% lower than the same period last year.
Amazon is preparing to crank up the pressure on Britain’s struggling supermarkets by dramatically expanding the range of grocery products it sells. Christopher North, the UK boss of the online retailer, has said it plans to expand its Pantry service rapidly in the new year.
Top tax officials are exploring whether Amazon and eBay can be forced to foot the bill for ballooning VAT fraud associated with an army of small overseas sellers who are rapidly coming to dominate sales of many popular items on Britain’s leading shopping websites.