A Dundee digital firm is playing a crucial role in Scottish beer firm BrewDog’s expansion in America.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s admission that some low incomes taxpayers could end up paying more under his party’s manifesto proposals has put the election focus on tax plans.
Thames Water has a “very high quality” shortlist of candidates in the hunt for a new chief executive, months after former boss Steve Robertson left.
Just one in 20 so-called Black Friday “deals” are cheaper during the shopping bonanza than at other times of the year, an investigation from Which? has found.
The union representing postal workers has lost an appeal against a High Court injunction blocking potential strikes by its members.
The boss of Gatwick has said that his airport’s new routes to South America will be vital to the UK’s economy after it leaves the European Union.
The owner of waste company Viridor said it continues to see an effect from David Attenborough’s Blue Planet, which has sparked action on recycling.
The boss of restaurant chain Wagamama has warned the company will face industry-wide headwinds as it prepares for 2020.
The boss of NatWest’s new digital business bank Mettle has vowed a “drastically different” service that will focus relentlessly on the customer as the lender steps up its fight against the challengers.
Despite being Thanksgiving, tensions between the US and China ramped up after Donald Trump signed legislation supporting pro-democracy campaigners in Hong Kong – leading to threats of retaliation from Beijing.