Craft brewer Innis & Gunn, have shrugged off a pre-tax loss of more than £1 million as the company toasted its 15th consecutive year of double-digit sales growth.
Holidaymakers planning a winter sun getaway will be hit by the fall in the value of sterling, new figures show.
The Government has revealed the 69 high streets across England that will benefit from a £95 million fund to revive historic shopping areas.
Better-than-expected economic news and the royal assent given to Parliament’s bill to block Brexit helped the FTSE 100 close out the week on a high, with the pound following suit.
All eyes will be on Simon Wolfson on Thursday as the chief executive of Next unveils the high street chain’s latest set of results.
The London Stock Exchange Group (LSE) has rebuffed the £31.6 billion bid from its Hong Long rival in a blistering rejection that branded the approach “fundamentally flawed”.
Greeting cards chain Clintons is being put up for sale by its owners, with accountancy giant KPMG drafted in to find potential buyers.
The distributor behind Peppa Pig, Doctor Who and Fireman Sam toys has said profits will be lower than expected this year due to the weak pound and the collapse of its largest Scandinavian customer.
EasyJet founder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou has claimed victory in a legal battle with China’s national airline over the use of the word “easy” in its advertising.
Perth-headquartered energy firm SSE has reassured its workforce that there will be no redundancies as it announced the sale of its domestic energy business to a rival firm.