Online supermarket and tech firm Ocado has launched a £500 million bond to fund new warehouses and expansion into global markets, the company has announced.
Bosses at Ted Baker have uncovered that the fashion brand’s inventory has been overstated by between £20 million and £25 million, the company has said.
Private equity firm DBAY has called for the backing of Eddie Stobart shareholders ahead of a crunch vote over its £55 million bid to buy the trucking firm, saying the move is needed to “safeguard jobs”.
Apple has introduced a feature to its mobile payment system allowing London commuters to travel more seamlessly without needing to prepare their device.
More than one in five smaller businesses say they will close in the next 12 months if Christmas is below average, a new survey suggests.
Almost two thirds of voters have called on businesses to make their voices heard on how the election could affect jobs and investment in the UK.
The FTSE 100 closed out Friday’s trading session firmly in the red after stuttering US trade talks with China and a dearth of economic news weighed on the index.
Investors are expected to cheer Loungers’ latest six-month figures as the cafe-bar operator looks to continue its rocketing growth.
Energy bills look set to fall next year after Ofgem slashed the revenues that network companies are allowed to collect by nearly £1 billion as the cost of borrowing fell.
NatWest has apologised to customers after its online banking and mobile app were hit by a glitch for more than eight hours during the Black Friday sales.
The company behind the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday has bought rival the i for £49.6 million – its fourth owner in as many years, it was announced.
Estate agent Countrywide has secured the £38 million sale of its commercial arm as it battles to cut its debt burden.
Thames Water has a “very high quality” shortlist of candidates in the hunt for a new chief executive, months after former boss Steve Robertson left.
Energy giant Npower has announced plans to restructure its UK business, leading to the loss of up to 4,500 jobs and the closure of a number of call centres.
Supermarket Ocado will hire almost 400 developers in the UK after it signed a multimillion-pound deal to provide its online shopping platform to one of Japan’s largest retailers.
Customers at HSBC and Santander are to share a multimillion-pound windfall after the two banks were forced to pay back overdraft fees.
Energy giant Npower has announced plans to restructure its UK business, which union sources fear will lead to the loss of up to 4,500 jobs and the closure of a number of call centres.
Consumer confidence has “flatlined” in the face of Brexit and election uncertainty, four years since it was last in positive territory, according to a long-running survey.
Disabled people are being shut out of online shopping by inaccessible websites and apps, a survey suggests.
British demand for tea and biscuits has driven royal grocer Fortnum & Mason to its seventh consecutive year of double figure growth.
Despite being Thanksgiving, tensions between the US and China ramped up after Donald Trump signed legislation supporting pro-democracy campaigners in Hong Kong – leading to threats of retaliation from Beijing.
The union representing postal workers has lost an appeal against a High Court injunction blocking potential strikes by its members.
Low-cost airline easyJet is set to soar back into the UK’s blue chip stocks index after a recent shares recovery following a turbulent year.
The “substantial” dispute between the union representing postal workers and Royal Mail is unlikely to be resolved “without a real threat of industrial action”, the Court of Appeal has heard.
British households saw the weakest growth in their net worth for a decade last year amid a slowdown in the housing market, according to official figures.
EasyJet is aiming to double the number of passengers who book accommodation with their flights.
The aeroplane maintenance arm of Thomas Cook is set to shut its doors two months after the tour operator collapsed into administration, the Insolvency Service has said.
The boss of model train maker Hornby said it is back on track in its turnaround as the company narrowed its losses for the year.
Go Ahead, one of Britain’s biggest bus companies, has been forced to lower its outlook for the year after the £11 million Manchester bus depot it bought from FirstGroup failed to meet expectations.
Quindell investors who lost out heavily after the company was forced into restating its profits, leading to a Serious Fraud Office investigation, have started legal proceedings against the business.