The value of the taxpayers' stake in Fife's BiFab yards has plummeted by more than two thirds, it has emerged.
Top shares in London recovered some of the losses they had incurred earlier in the week on Friday, despite a slow start to the day as the market failed to open on time.
Senior politicians and union leaders have reacted to news that the investment division of Turkey’s armed forces pension fund is the preferred bidder for British Steel.
A former senior Barclays banker “failed to act with integrity” over his role in suppressing an internal document that criticised management, a tribunal has found.
Housebuilder Persimmon is expected to report lower profits on Tuesday as it overhauls its business practices and faces uncertainty in the property market.
Struggling car dealer Pendragon has continued the sell-off of its US showrooms with the sale of its Chevrolet dealership in Puente Hills, California.
The chief executive of Cathay Pacific Airways has resigned following pressure by Beijing on the Hong Kong carrier over participation by some employees in anti-government protests.
The administrators of Harland and Wolff in Belfast have allowed further time to explore potential rescue deals for the famous shipyard.
A report into the power cut which caused travel chaos and cut electricity for almost one million people in England and Wales has been handed in to the energy watchdog, Ofgem.
The investment division of Turkey’s armed forces pension fund is the preferred bidder for British Steel, the Government’s Insolvency Service has revealed.