One of Hammerson’s top shareholders has backed the company’s decision to walk away from its takeover of rival Intu, saying executives “should be applauded for taking a difficult decision”.
Pressure is mounting on Metro Bank chairman Vernon Hill after an influential advisory group urged shareholders to oppose his re-election amid growing anger over multi-million pound payouts to his wife’s architecture firm.
British passport maker De La Rue has ditched its appeal against the Government’s controversial decision to choose a Franco-Dutch company to make the new post-Brexit passports, and revealed a £4 million hit from its failed bid.
Britain’s economy is set to underperform compared to major European peers over the next two years as it grapples with Brexit, according to the International Monetary Fund.
The FTSE 100 was buoyed by a combination of solid retail results and a softer pound following weaker-than-expected wage data on Tuesday.
Inflation is expected to have held steady in March as a drop in food and fuel prices was offset by higher airfares around the earlier Easter holidays.
British firm De La Rue has said it will not appeal against the Government’s controversial decision to choose a Franco-Dutch company to make the new blue UK passports after Brexit.
The owner of Clydesdale and Yorkshire banks has revealed an extra £350 million hit after seeing soaring payment protection insurance (PPI) claims ahead of the complaints deadline.
Hammerson is hoping to ditch its £3.4 billion takeover of rival Intu by urging a shareholder vote against the acquisition amid growing dismay over the health of the UK retail property market.
Inflation has unexpectedly fallen to a one-year low, with a smaller rise in clothing and footwear prices providing further relief for cash-squeezed households.
The President of Brammer Bio believes Scotland must find a way to retain foreign talent post-Brexit if it expects to be at the forefront of scientific discovery in the future.
Inflation has unexpectedly dipped to a one-year low, providing relief for cash-squeezed households and easing pressure on the Bank of England to hike interest rates next month.
Telecoms giant BT is merging its business and public sector divisions to create an enterprise unit with more than 14,000 staff.
Dignity shares rocketed on Wednesday after the funerals firm said earnings in the first quarter came in “significantly” ahead of expectations.
London-focused housebuilder Telford Homes is celebrating record annual revenues and profit on the back of an acute housing shortage in the capital.
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The Investment Association said one in 10 of the FTSE 350 was falling short on gender diversity targets.