Just a couple of weeks after sorting out a new chief executive, troubled infrastructure group Balfour Beatty is now looking for a new finance director.
American International Group reported quarterly earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations on Monday.
Business secretary Vince Cable is to launch an ambitious plan next month to bring more ethnic minorities into Britain’s most powerful boardrooms, with the aim of eventually having one in every five directors from a non-white background.
A new record price for a domain name could be set this week when a web address that has been described as the “holy grail of the travel industry” goes under the hammer.
Sir Richard Branson’s transport ventures fall into two categories: vaultingly ambitious projects involving spacecraft, hot air balloons and speedboats; and safer bets in markets that are, or have been, partly protected.
A California Highway Patrol spokesperson told CNBC that there was one person killed and a second injured in the Virgin Galactic accident.
The 'drunk' snowplow driver who caused the airplane crash that killed Total CEO Christophe de Margerie has been charged by Russian officials, reports the Daily Mail.
Airlines will be liable to pay delayed passengers compensation potentially totalling billions of pounds after judges rejected appeals from two carriers in a pair of landmark cases.
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.
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.
Nestlé has failed in its attempt to trademark the shape of KitKat in the UK, opening the door for rivals to launch copycat products.
Shell has warned that its fourth-quarter profits may be 50% lower than last time with full year write-offs as high as $7bn (£5bn), underlining the damage being wreaked on the industry by low crude prices.