The FTSE 100 remained steady despite poor performances by the big supermarket retailers and US President Donald Trump’s warning to the Federal Reserve System.
William Hill is to work with a Native American tribe as part of its move to take advantage of looser US gambling laws.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group has unveiled a profit despite “challenging” high street conditions, in a period which saw it add several new brands to its portfolio.
The rapid expansion of Cake Box has accelerated as the company unveiled results for its first year as a listed business.
Mobile network operator EE has been fined £100,000 by the UK’s data watchdog for sending millions of direct marketing messages to its customers without consent.
Food and drink suppliers have called for online giant Amazon to come under the watch of the grocery industry regulator.
Struggling online fashion retailer MySale – previously backed by Mike Ashley and Sir Philip Green – has put itself up for sale, the company said.
Attempts by the bosses of Just Eat to stave off activist investors calling for the food delivery platform to be sold have been given a welcome boost as the company unveiled a new boardroom addition.
He is one of the most feared interrogators on television, relentlessly grilling candidates on BBC 1’s The Apprentice.
Banknote and passport-maker De La Rue has seen two more boardroom members quit just weeks after the chief executive headed for the door.