Vimto maker Nichols has brushed aside a “challenging” UK market to notch up rising half-year sales and profits.
Ladbrokes and Coral owner GVC has seen sales from its betting shops tumble by nearly a fifth after the recent crackdown on controversial fixed-odds betting terminals.
The traditional Saturday job for young people appears to be in decline, with just half of 14 to 21-year-olds saying they work part-time compared with seven in 10 of their parents’ generation who did so.
The chief of Facebook’s new digital currency has said it understands “loud and clear” that people do not want financial details connected to their social media data.
The London markets shot higher as the increased likelihood of a no-deal Brexit caused the value of the pound to plummet to a two-year low.
The pound has fallen to its lowest levels against the US dollar for two years on Tuesday as traders feared that a no-deal Brexit was getting a step closer.
A host of major banks and venture capital firms have signed up for the Government’s latest initiative to boost funding for female entrepreneurs, the Treasury has said.
Christine Lagarde will leave the International Monetary Fund in September, as her nomination to lead Europe’s central bank gathers pace.
Inflation is expected to have been stagnant in June, as the economy continues to be subdued amid Brexit uncertainty.
The UK’s strong jobs market is in danger of stagnating, economists have warned as unemployment remained at a record low in the latest figures.
Car insurer Hastings has warned of an £8.4 million hit to profits from reforms to personal injury compensation.
Recruiter Hays has reported no growth in fees for the past three months after a slump in UK hiring weighed down on its performance.
Strong demand for food launches including a new vegan menu has helped the owner of the Franco Manca pizza company notch up a return to profit after a 17% sales surge.
Huge protests in Hong Kong have hit British fashion label Burberry due to the disruption in the area, although this was offset by a boost in sales on mainland China, the company said.
Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia group is facing a court battle over its plans to reduce rents through a restructuring process.
Employment remains near record highs in the UK, with higher numbers of working women contributing to the strong labour market, new figures reveal.
The planned 3.4 billion dollar (£2.7 billion) takeover of British satellite giant Inmarsat is being probed by Britain’s competition watchdog.
Low-cost airline Ryanair has warned over plans for cuts and closures at some of its bases from this winter due to delays to aircraft deliveries amid the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft crisis.
Holiday childcare prices have increased by 3% across Britain since last summer, with working parents facing a typical bill of more than £800 to cover the costs per child for six weeks, according to a survey.
Plans for a new London skyscraper dubbed the Tulip have been turned down by London Mayor Sadiq Khan.
Fresh efforts to tackle scam ads across Facebook are being introduced in the UK today following action taken by Martin Lewis.
The UK markets closed higher on Monday, despite Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct weighing down on stocks after its shares fell to an all-time low.
The directors of Lookers have bought up shares in the car dealership, a week after investor confidence was shaken by a profit warning.
Alan Turing, the Second World War code-breaker and pioneer of computer science with a “fearless approach to daunting problems”, will appear on the Bank of England’s next £50 note.
A man who launched a viral campaign to get England defender Harry Maguire on the new £50 note has joked it’s a “huge disappointment” that wartime codebreaker Alan Turing was chosen instead.
Alan Turing’s “fearless” approach to daunting problems continues to inspire new generations, according to those welcoming the announcement that he will appear on the next £50 Bank of England note.
Alan Turing was a wartime hero whose later life was overshadowed by a conviction for homosexual activity, which was later considered unjust and discriminatory.
London Southend Airport’s popularity has soared since Ryanair began flying from the site, with a huge jump in passenger numbers recorded in the second quarter.
The UK’s biggest-selling recipe box business has secured £30 million in new funding as it seeks to tackle global rivals such as HelloFresh.
Second World War code-breaker Alan Turing will be the next person to feature on the £50 note, the Bank of England has confirmed.