Amazon has stopped short of providing any Brexit guarantees for its business clients despite a European expansion that it says could help UK firms manage supply chains across the continent.
Businesses must be listened to by the Government in the Brexit process as they put “evidence before ideology”, Greg Clark said.
Influential EU states such as Germany, France and Spain will block any attempt by the UK to remain within the single market for goods without freedom of movement, the Spanish foreign minister has said.
The FTSE 100 staged a mini rebound on Tuesday but trade tensions triggered by US President Donald Trump continued to grip investors.
The Bank of England has been criticised after it was disclosed that two of its bigwigs spent close to £400,000 on travel expenses, including more than £11,000 on one flight.
Restaurant chain Hummus Bros has become the latest casual dining firm to fall into administration.
US president Donald Trump has denied that his trade policy is to blame for Harley-Davidson’s decision to shift some motorcycle production overseas, saying on Twitter that the company is using “Tariffs/Trade War as an excuse” to hide previously announced plans to move jobs to Asia.
The operator of Heathrow Airport has revealed it will shift its international HQ from the UK to Amsterdam in the latest sign of concern over the impact of Brexit.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) is relocating three senior executives to Paris as it prepares to shift some of its investment banking operations out of the UK ahead of Brexit.
US president Donald Trump has denied that his trade policy is responsible for Harley-Davidson’s decision to move some motorcycle production overseas.
The Bank of England’s newly appointed rate-setter has warned that the UK economy is at risk of a “temporary lull” after Brexit, echoing his predecessor’s concerns over its effect on productivity and employment.
Major job losses will occur if the Government allows service industries to “fall off a cliff edge” after Brexit, London mayor Sadiq Khan has told MPs.
Scotland’s largest pig processing plant is to suspend its slaughtering process on Tuesday amid a Europe-wide shortage of CO2.
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) is calling for an end to Brexit uncertainties that have sparked a significant drop in sector investment.
British supermarkets have reached two years of consecutive growth amid booming summer sales of spirits, soft drinks and hay fever remedies, figures show.
Britain’s “bad bank” has said it is aiming to complete the wind down of mortgage books of failed lenders Northern Rock and Bradford & Bingley within three years.
Inmarsat shares have fallen after Eutelsat Communications, a European satellite operator, said it does not intend to make an offer for the business.
Law firm Knights has cheered a successful £103.5 million stock market debut in a move that nets a £20 million fortune for its founders and top bosses.
Carpetright has swung to a loss as the retailer battled with rapidly declining sales and pushed through store closures in a bid to stay afloat.
US stocks skidded on Monday as investors grew concerned that technology companies could be pulled into the broadening trade dispute between the US and China.
Trade war fears have sparked a global equity sell-off and wiped nearly £45 billion off the FTSE 100, which suffered its worst one-day decline in over a year.
Parents and online gamers are being warned about the risk of fraudsters preying on people who play Fortnite.
Former Carillion bosses could be ordered by regulators to stump up cash for the collapsed construction giant’s pension scheme.
Matalan boss Jason Hargreaves took home £1.5 million last year after securing a successful refinancing package for the business.
The outgoing finance chief of Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) Ewen Stevenson is switching lenders under plans to replace HSBC’s Iain Mackay.
Tesco is to scrap its “Brand Guarantee” price-matching scheme, saying that it will instead focus on lowering prices of everyday products.
Europe’s banking watchdog has warned that firms are unprepared for a no-deal Brexit and are dragging their heels on contingency plans despite a real risk that Britain will crash out of the EU without a transition period.
Shares in Countrywide tumbled after the troubled estate agency warned over profits and said it will raise fresh funds to cut debt.
The stock market flotation of behavioural science firm Mind Gym will net its owners, including Octavius Black, £50.8 million.
The proposed merger of Nielsen and the advertising arm of Ebiquity has been referred for an in-depth probe after the companies failed to satisfy concerns raised by the competition watchdog.