Fresh efforts to tackle scam ads across Facebook are introduced in the UK today, following action taken by Martin Lewis.
The UK markets closed higher on Monday, despite Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct weighing down on stocks after its shares fell to an all-time low.
The directors of Lookers have bought up shares in the car dealership, a week after investor confidence was shaken by a profit warning.
Alan Turing’s “fearless” approach to daunting problems continues to inspire new generations, according to those welcoming the announcement that he will appear on the next £50 Bank of England note.
The UK’s biggest-selling recipe box business has secured £30 million in new funding as it seeks to tackle global rivals such as HelloFresh.
Second World War code-breaker Alan Turing will be the next person to feature on the £50 note, the Bank of England has confirmed.
GlaxoSmithKline has hailed a major step forward for an ovarian cancer drug it acquired last year, announcing that it has been effective in stopping the spread of ovarian cancer.
Shares in Finsbury Food Group lifted after the bakery business was buoyed by its expansion in gluten-free in the second half of the year.
Shares in Sports Direct have slumped more than 15% after bosses were forced to delay publication of the company’s highly-anticipated results.
The executive chairman of FTSE 100 software giant Micro Focus has pocketed around £11.6 million after selling off more than half of his stake in the business.