Vince Cable is preparing to launch a review into the lack of ethnic minority directors in Britain’s boardrooms, in a move that closely mirrors the work undertaken by Lord Davies to increase the number of female directors.
Virgin Money, the bank that is part-owned by Sir Richard Branson and contains some of the remnants of the bailed-out Northern Rock, will announce its flotation on the stock market this week.
The Bank of England is to clamp down on insurance companies by subjecting their bosses to tougher scrutiny and forcing them to take steps to bolster their financial strength, Mark Carney has warned.
Tesco’s former finance director, Laurie McIlwee, is to receive a £1m payoff next week, even though the crisis-hit retailer is embroiled in a £250m accounting scandal.
Two Wisconsin families have become the first to accept settlement offers from the GM Ignition Switch Compensation Fund.
Cartier International, the luxury watch and jewellery company, is attempting to block websites allegedly selling counterfeit goods in a test case that could have far-reaching consequences for the internet.
London’s biggest minicab firm has been put up for sale by its private equity owner.
Tesco, the UK supermarket chain battling an apparent £250m accounting error, has said its new finance director will start months earlier than planned.
IBM's pay-to-play memo to employees is disturbing, says career coach Marie McIntyre.
Caterpillar on Friday said Ed Rapp, a 36-plus-year veteran of the company and group president with responsibility for Resource Industries, is retiring as he battles with Lou Gehrig's disease.
Ford is to invest $4.5bn (£3bn) in electric vehicles over the next five years as part of a push by global carmakers to overhaul their product range.
Volkswagen has said the number of cars with irregular carbon dioxide levels is far lower than originally feared, providing some much-needed respite for the beleaguered German carmarker.