Danish jewellery brand Pandora has said its turnaround plan is on track ahead of a brand relaunch and marketing revamp.
Jack Wills boss Suzanne Harlow has left the business following its acquisition by Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct earlier this month.
The downturn in UK manufacturing eased slightly in August, but factories are still fearful of the global economic slowdown and Brexit uncertainty, according to a new survey.
Non-Standard Finance (NSF) counted the cost of its failed bid for Provident Financial in its half-year results as its reported losses widened.
Activist investor Edward Bramson has said he is still pushing to overhaul British bank Barclays, despite failing in his bid for a seat on the company board in May.
John Wood Group has agreed the sale of its nuclear business for £250 million in a bid to cut its debt pile.
Mining giant BHP has handed shareholders a record dividend after boosting profits but warned that global trade tensions and the rise of nationalism could threaten returns in the sector.
The founder of Chinese tech giant Huawei has said he expects no relief from US export curbs due to the political climate in Washington, but expressed confidence the company will thrive because it is developing its own technology.
Supermarkets failed to beat last year’s bumper summer, according to new figures which show that grocery sales were flat during the last three months.
FTSE 100 house-builder Persimmon has posted a dip in profits after its efforts to improve quality slowed down the number of properties being sold.