Outdoor retailer Mountain Warehouse has defied the high street gloom and reported record Christmas trading following a surge in sales of socks, fleeces and gloves.
William Hill expects full year profits to drop 15%, with the bookmaker blaming conditions on the high street.
Graduates who take a job at Aldi can expect a starting salary similar to those who head to the world’s top law firms, a report has found.
Consumers are increasingly switching to small and medium sized energy providers and shunning the “Big Six”, according to new figures.
Patisserie Valerie has said it is still locked in talks with its lenders as the future of the cake chain remains in doubt amid an accounting scandal.
Just Eat has announced that chief executive Peter Plumb is to step down from the online takeaway firm with immediate effect.
Tesco has rolled back the price of Freddo chocolate bars to just 10p for one week in response to calls from the public.
Shareholder payouts from London-listed firms last year broke a new record, reaching nearly £100 billion thanks to rising profits and a slump in the pound.
Barclays and Santander have piled millions into a fintech company that aims to boost cashflow for British businesses.
Another 175,000 jobs are set to be lost from the high street this year, while the value of retail property will tumble amid challenges facing the sector, new research shows.
Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley is in talks over a possible takeover of HMV, according to reports.
Car insurance premiums are back on the increase following a period of falls as vehicle repairs become more costly, according to an index.
London’s top-flight stocks were bolstered by a weaker pound and upbeat global markets on Friday, as progress appeared to be made in trade relations between the US and China.
Witchcraft, being too cold to type and being too short to reach the post box are among the most bizarre excuses the taxman has heard for people not getting their self-assessment returns in on time.
Tesla is to cut its workforce by about 7% after a difficult year for the electric car maker.
Retail sales dropped in December as shoppers increasingly shifted spending to the Black Friday promotional period.
Dixons Carphone is expected to book another sales slump at its troubled mobile phone division when it reports on its third-quarter performance next week.
Shares in Sophos tumbled on Friday after the cybersecurity firm warned that “subdued” trading would drag into the fourth quarter.
Construction company Henry Boot’s real-estate activities performed in line with expectations last year, despite Brexit uncertainty and booking a one off charge related to a pension ruling.
Eddie Stobart Logistics saw sales race ahead last year as the road haulier was boosted by new contract wins.
Bakkavor posted higher revenue for 2018 despite weak consumer confidence in the UK.
Ryanair has warned over profits as the budget airline counts the cost of lower than expected airfares over winter amid over capacity in Europe.
Millennial slipper brand Mahabis has been rescued from administration by one of the founders of mattress startup Simba Sleep and his boutique investment firm.
The FTSE 100 struggled for direction on Thursday, while the pound continued to edge higher as currency traders eagerly anticipate Theresa May’s so called “Plan B” Brexit proposal.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has proposed buying back shares from the Government as it looks to deploy excess capital and speed up its privatisation.
Electronics giant Philips is to close its Glemsford factory and transfer its operations to the Netherlands, putting 430 jobs at risk and dealing a major blow to Brexit Britain.
The energy regulator has stepped in to stop customers of the failed Economy Energy being transferred to another supplier under an agreement that may no longer be valid.
The Government offered to consider taking a stake in a new multibillion-pound nuclear power station before the project was suspended, it has been revealed.
The deputy chairman of Patisserie Valerie has resigned a day after the group revealed the extent of an accounting scandal which pushed it close to collapse last year.
Fashion retailer N Brown has revealed falling sales after a “challenging and highly promotional” Christmas.