The company behind the Bloodhound supersonic car – which aims to hit speeds of 1,000mph – has entered administration.
The Bank of England could force board-level bank bosses to manage climate change risks as part of new rules being floated by its regulatory arm.
JustGiving is scrapping a controversial 5% fee for donations – making it easier for people and communities to reach targets for the sums they need to raise.
CYBG has formally completed its £1.7 billion takeover of Virgin Money, marking one of the first major banking deals since the financial crisis.
ConvaTec shares plunged as the company released a double whammy of updates on Monday, warning of a hit to sales and announcing the retirement of its chief executive.
Online estate agent Purplebricks is taking a stake in a German rival as it aims for further growth amid challenging UK market conditions.
Irish food-to-go supplier Greencore has clinched a deal to sell its entire US business for £817 million.
Clothing brand Superdry has warned its full year performance will be impacted by a spate of warm weather and additional foreign exchange costs.
Pub operator JD Wetherspoon has launched a poster campaign calling on the Prime Minister to get rid of tariffs after the UK leaves the EU.
US retail giant Sears has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, buckling under its massive debt load and staggering losses.
Royal Bank of Scotland’s chief executive has warned he cannot guarantee that financial scandals at the taxpayer-owned lender will not happen again under his watch.
Footfall on the high street declined again in September as shoppers continued to face pressure on their wallets.
Troubled cafe chain Patisserie Valerie reportedly had secret overdrafts totalling £10 million.
UK firms should use automation to allow staff to work four-day weeks and ward off an “epidemic of mental health issues”, according to acclaimed technology entrepreneur Jason Stockwood.
Patisserie Valerie’s chairman has said it will be “business as normal” at the cafe chain after swooping in with a rescue package that saved nearly 3,000 jobs and the company from collapse.
A total of 20 American Golf stores are to close as part of a deal which rescued the retailer from collapse on Friday.
Europe’s largest golf retailer has been rescued from collapse in a deal which safeguards 900 jobs.
The FTSE 100 failed to hold on to its early gains on Friday, sliding back into the red.
Patisserie Valerie’s chairman has swooped in with a rescue loan package after a black hole in the company’s accounts led to its finance chief being arrested on suspicion of fraud.
Two Patisserie Valerie branches in London were closed on Friday, while the chain’s parent company teetered on the brink of collapse.
The Government has pocketed £150 million as Royal Bank of Scotland coughed up the first dividend since its £45 billion bailout a decade ago.
An “online sales tax” is not among Government plans to tackle the dominance of tech giants like Amazon and Facebook, Philip Hammond has said.
The suspended finance chief of Patisserie Valerie has been arrested on suspicion of fraud.
The suspended finance chief of Patisserie Valerie’s parent firm was arrested by police overnight, just days after the discovery of potentially fraudulent accounting irregularities.
Online fashion firm Asos is set to unveil another double digit hike in annual profits on Wednesday despite spooking investors with a recent warning over sales.
The FTSE 100 was back in positive territory on Friday as global stock markets tentatively recovered from a widespread sell-off.
Sports Direct has vowed to create the “Harrods of the North” after clinching a £95 million deal to buy Glasgow’s Frasers building in a move that saves 800 jobs.
The UK high street is suffering its worst year on record as in-store sales decline for the eighth month in a row, figures show.
Millions of consumers could face “immediate” and “catastrophic” consequences in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the watchdog Which? has said.
US stocks have sunk by more than 2%, the second day of steep declines around the globe driven by concerns about rising interest rates and trade tensions.