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.
ITV enjoyed a victorious Rugby World Cup, even if the players from the Home Nations did not, as England and Wales’s strong runs in the competition boosted advertising revenues.
TalkTalk has put the sale of its full fibre broadband business, FibreNation, on hold after the Labour Party announced plans to turn broadband into a free public service.
McDonald’s is to trial collection bins for unwanted plastic toys to be recycled into new products such as coffee cups and play equipment.
The next government must focus on avoiding a no-deal Brexit and bring back much-needed confidence to businesses desperate for clarity, the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has said.
Jeremy Corbyn sent shockwaves through the City as he unveiled plans to nationalise the UK’s broadband network, providing free internet access for every home in the country.
Asda bosses have blamed “customer concerns over Brexit” after the supermarket suffered sliding sales over the past three months.
Card Factory has launched a “festive families photocard” service inspired by the likes of the Kardashians as it looks to offset tough high street conditions.
Lionel Barber will call time on a 14-year stint leading the Financial Times when he leaves in January, having notched up a tenure as Britain’s longest-serving national newspaper editor.
Womenswear retailer New Look has warned it does not expect the tough high street conditions that have claimed many of its rivals to improve.