Debenhams is expected to slide into administration in the coming days following the impact of coronavirus.
The Welsh Government will introduce a law compelling all employers to make sure their workers keep two metres apart amid the coronavirus pandemic, Wales’ First Minister has said.
Millions of overdraft customers will be offered temporary interest-free buffers of up to £500, following announcements by some banks.
The boss of funeral provider Dignity has stepped down and branches may have to be closed, even as the country prepares for potentially tens of thousands of excess deaths from coronavirus.
Some small business owners have responded with scepticism towards Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s wider package of measures to assist companies struggling amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
Bosses at Primark owner Associated British Foods (ABF) said they will take a temporary pay cut as the coronavirus pandemic dents the group’s finances.
More than one in five millennials who had been saving for their first home are diverting the money towards coping financially day-to-day, a survey has found.
Transport firms have welcomed the announcement of a Government bailout package to ensure services continue to operate during the coronavirus pandemic.
The UK service industry did worse in March than even the gloomy forecasts had predicted as it saw the largest slump on record, according to new figures.
The company behind Fuller’s pubs has cancelled shareholder payouts and cut the board’s pay in a bid to weather the coronavirus crisis.
BAE Systems has said it expects “more significant disruptions” to business as it enters the second quarter of the financial year, after an opening three months where the coronavirus pandemic had little impact.
Ryanair expects to carry “minimal if any” traffic this April and May as the coronavirus pandemic forces its fleet to stay largely grounded.
Britain’s high street retailers suffered their worst month on record in March as they were hammered by the Covid-19 lockdown, according to new figures.
More businesses will be able to access financial support during the coronavirus lockdown after the Chancellor announced a wider package of measures to assist struggling companies.
The future of Gourmet Burger Kitchen has been thrown into doubt after the dining chain’s owner said it was pulling the plug on its financial support.
The FTSE 100 closed marginally in the black after a strong morning session was almost wiped out by “shocking” US labour market figures.
The UK is the most heavily targeted nation for email spam relating to coronavirus, according to a cyber security firm.
A deal has been agreed to lay off British Airways staff because of the Covid-19 crisis, a union has announced.
Travel insurers are looking at extending protections which could help to cover customers who are still abroad for any emergency medical treatment they may need.
National Express is to temporarily suspend all coach services in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
Cillit Bang-to-Vanish consumer goods giant Reckitt Benckiser has revealed it pays female staff 3.8% more than men in the UK, but figures show just over a quarter of senior management positions are held globally by women.
Self-employed households are more likely than those containing people who work for an employer to have savings which could tide them over a temporary fall in income, new figures suggest.
Staff at Morrisons have been told to expect a more than £1,000 windfall as the company pledged to triple their annual bonuses.
More than a quarter of businesses have said they were laying off staff in response to the coronavirus pandemic, according to new figures.
Pets At Home said it expects annual profits to beat expectations after an “exceptional” level of demand driven by the coronavirus outbreak.
The founder of easyJet has demanded a vote on whether to sack one of the company’s directors, in a row over a £4.5 billion aeroplane order.
Recruitment giant Hays has launched a £200 million investor cash call after seeing fees plummet as firms have frozen hiring plans due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Overdraft customers will be able to request zero-interest buffers of up to £500 over three months to help ease the financial impact of coronavirus, under new proposals from the City regulator.
The former boss of soap-maker PZ Cussons has been stripped of his retirement payments after the company found a series of payments over several years that he was in charge did not live up to the standards expected of a chief executive.
Talks are continuing on Thursday over the fate of thousands of British Airways workers who face being laid off because of the coronavirus crisis.