Shareholders in London Southend Airport operator Stobart Group are unlikely to get a dividend for at least another two years, according to the company.
National Grid is confident it can resolve issues in the US after the governor of New York threatened to revoke its gas licence.
The Government’s new smart meter rollout timetable for a device in 85% of homes by 2024 cannot be met, the energy industry has warned.
More bus passengers paid with contactless and mobile apps rather than cash on FirstGroup’s local bus routes for the first time in its history, the company has revealed.
Burberry said it is renegotiating leases with landlords in Hong Kong after ongoing protests led to a massive drop in sales in the city.
McDonald’s is to trial collection bins for unwanted plastic toys to be recycled into new products such as coffee cups and play equipment.
Hundreds of communities are struggling to access cash, according to a consumer group which is urging the next government to introduce a guarantee protecting people’s ability to continue using banknotes.
Unlawful wage discrimination may be more widespread than previously feared, as equal pay remains a “distant dream” for many women, a new study suggests.
Supercar maker McLaren is hunting for tailors, dressmakers and boat builders as part of a recruitment drive to double the workforce at its new £50 million manufacturing site in Yorkshire.
The trade union representing postal workers is set to challenge a High Court injunction to block potential strikes by members.