An influential group of MPs could take the bold step of releasing a controversial report into the Royal Bank of Scotland’s mistreatment of small businesses as soon as Tuesday afternoon.
Entrepreneurs from across the creative sector are to join social enterprise Elevator’s first Accelerator programme in Perth when it launches today.
More than 500 KFC stores remain closed after a new delivery contract with DHL sparked chicken shortages across the country.
Turnaround specialist Melrose has reported another annual loss but assured that its takeover target GKN would “gain significantly” by accepting its £7.4 billion bid and joining the business.
Homewares retailer Dunelm has seen shares come under pressure as surging sales failed to provide a boost to half-year profits.
The gambling industry is turning a “blind eye to dirty money”, the deputy Labour leader has said, after William Hill was fined £6.2 million for systemic failures.
According to the Gambling Commission, which fined bookmaker William Hill £6.2m for “systemic failures” on Tuesday, one customer was allowed to deposit £654,000 over nine months without any check on their income, which was around £30,000 per year at the time.
HSBC has thanked its pivot to Asia for helping more than double annual profits in 2017.
The owner of hotel chains Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza has outlined plans to make savings of 125 million US dollars (£90 million) to reinvest in new brands and acquisitions as it posted a hike in annual earnings.
William Hill is to pay £6.2 million in penalties for “systemic social responsibility and money laundering failures”, the Gambling Commission has announced.
High street mogul Sir Philip Green has been urged to give the Pensions Regulator oversight of any takeover deal, after reports his empire could be sold to Chinese buyers.
London’s top flight was left languishing in the red on Monday, dragged lower by Reckitt Benckiser over fears the household goods giant may miss sales targets.
Meat supplier Russell Hume has blamed the company’s collapse on the Food Standards Agency (FSA), claiming “impossible trading conditions” created by the watchdog triggered the loss of 300 jobs.
KFC is still grappling with the closure of 600 stores after a new delivery contract with DHL sparked chicken shortages across the country.
London banking jobs are at risk as Deutsche Bank embarks on a cost-cutting drive that could result in the loss of up to 500 staff across the business.
Meat supplier Russell Hume has crashed into administration, sparking the loss of more than 300 jobs after a food hygiene probe caused customers JD Wetherspoon and Jamie’s Italian to end their contracts.
Shares in Reckitt Benckiser tumbled to a two-year low as investors questioned whether the household goods giant is still at risk of falling short on sales targets after a tough year for the firm.
A powerful committee of MPs is seeking assurances over Arcadia Group’s pension deficit amid reports that Sir Philip Green’s retail empire could be sold to Chinese buyers.
The number of Carillion workers who have lost their jobs as a result of the collapse of the construction giant has topped 1,000.
KFC has been forced to close a raft of stores after a new delivery contract with DHL resulted in chicken shortages across the country.