Low oil prices and inflation will help Britain record its fastest growth since the financial crisis, according to the CBI.
HSBC has published a full-page advert containing an apology in several newspapers, over claims that its Swiss private bank helped clients evade tax.
China Minsheng Investment (CMI), the country's largest private investment fund, said on Saturday it would invest 1 billion pounds ($1.5 billion) in a Chinese-led project to develop a new financial district in London.
Supermarket chain Tesco could shed up to 10,000 jobs with posts being axed at head office, through store closures and a dramatic change in the way remaining supermarkets are run.
The banking giant is not the first, and will not be the last, financial behemoth to garner uncomfortable headlines.
British engineering group Rolls-Royce experienced its first fall in sales in a decade last year and warned that its performance in 2015 would be worse than previously feared owing to low oil prices.
The nationwide measles outbreak that started at Disneyland in Southern California is now hitting home in the tech community in Northern California, with word this week that a LinkedIn employee in the San Francisco office may have exposed hundreds of Bay Area commuters to the disease.
Frankfurt’s stock market has reached a new high, topping 11,000 for the first time.
House prices across the country continue to surge. Data published by the Land Registry this morning shows the average UK property price was £190,275 in February, a 6.1 per cent climb on the same month last year.
Bank of America has reportedly instructed its senior staff to avoid using the word Brexit in conversations with clients.
The crisis in the British steel industry is the result of four big trends in the economy over the past 40 years.