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Women at Goldman Sachs International earn 51% less than men, according to new figures released as the deadline for reporting pay gap numbers approaches.
The boss of Waterstones has said the book retailer is not yet profitable enough to increase pay for shop workers, after staff launched a campaign to be paid the Real Living Wage.
Nike has been fined 12.5 million euros (£10.7 million) by the European Commission for breaching antitrust rules relating to the cross-border sale of football merchandise.
A stark warning by Europe’s farming unions that planned EU anti-dumping duties on liquid nitrogen fertiliser imports would increase costs for farmers by £1.7 billion over the next five years has been dismissed by a UK fertiliser supplier as a “massive over-statement”.
Majestic Wine is to embark on a store closure plan as part of a wider transformation that will see the group stomach extra costs.
Inmarsat has agreed to be taken over by a consortium of private equity firms including Apax and Warburg Pincus in a £2.6 billion deal.
The founder of Dundee-based social enterprises The Circle and ACK has announced the community interest companies are to merge.
Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct has hit out at Debenhams for rejecting his latest attempt to wrest control of the struggling retailer.
Litigation specialist Therium has raised £325 million from institutional investors including a sovereign wealth fund as it looks to bankroll more big-ticket legal actions.
Breaking up the likes of Google and Facebook will not boost competition and risks creating a vacuum for other tech giants to step in, the boss of crowdfunding site GoFundMe has warned.