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.
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.
Sainsbury’s is to round off its 150th birthday celebrations by unveiling a Christmas advert harking back to its roots in 1869, in the hope of enticing new customers over the vital holiday period.
A Tesco advert that used an image of Mel B has been taken down after the Spice Girl complained.
The company behind hit TV shows Big Brother and MasterChef is to be bought by a French firm to form a worldwide production group.
The National Theatre has split with oil company Shell after declaring fears of a “catastrophic environmental collapse”.
The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) is ending its partnership with BP after coming under pressure over its ties with the oil giant.
More pensioners are at risk from a “bonanza” of fraud following the decision to scrap universal free TV licences for the over-75s, according to new research.
Reality TV star Amber Gill has become a millionaire thanks to a new fashion partnership, just weeks after winning Love Island.
The Duke of Sussex closed a £1 billion deal on a financial trading floor as he helped raise thousands of pounds for charity including his Invictus Games.