The FTSE 100 was riding high on Thursday as the pound was dealt further Brexit blows in a bruising day for the British currency.
Dundee-based life sciences firm Exscientia has received an upfront payment of $25 million to enter a new partnership with a global pharmaceutical firm.
Giraffe and Ed’s Easy Diner will close 27 restaurants after a restructuring plan gained approval, triggering hundreds of job losses.
The Bank of England has held interest rates at 0.75% once more with Brexit uncertainty reaching its peak as Prime Minister Theresa May battles to secure a delay.
Mobile operator Three has booked rising annual revenues and profits as it prepares for the launch of its 5G network later this year.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has been given a boost after official figures showed an improvement in the public finances.
German-born fashion designer Stefani Grosse will give an insight into the increasing pace of globalisation when she speaks at next month’s Entrepreneurial Scotland summit in Gleneagles.
Mike Ashley has doubled down on his efforts to install himself on the board of Debenhams after a previous attempt was foiled by a technicality.
Engineering firm Renishaw’s shares have plunged after it lowered its profit expectations, due to dwindling demand in Asia.
More than 1,700 staff at high street retailer The Entertainer are to share a record £3 million in bonuses after the group notched up a 31% surge in annual profits.