House of Fraser customers are becoming increasingly concerned that gift cards for the department store will not be honoured amid silence from new owner Sports Direct.
European shares rallied on Tuesday as trade war fears cooled, but the boost was not enough to keep London’s top-flight out of the red.
Noel Edmonds has launched an astonishing attack on the Archbishop of Canterbury, branding him a “reincarnation of evil” for failing to meet with HBOS fraud victims and investing in Lloyds Banking Group.
BMW will not build cars at its Mini plant immediately after the UK leaves the EU next year, to carry out annual maintenance.
Kopparberg is set to start producing cider in Britain as the Swedish firm looks to mitigate the fallout of Brexit in one of its key markets.
Royal Bank of Scotland is trialling two standalone digital banks under its NatWest brand, as the lender mulls whether to launch a raft of online-only products to market.
The owner of one of Britain’s biggest oil refineries could be forced to sell the plant as a legal spat over unpaid debts intensifies.
The boss of the world’s biggest mining group, BHP, saw his annual pay package swell to 4.7 million US dollars (£3.6 million) despite a year marred by two worker fatalities and lower-than-expected production.
Consumers spent almost half a billion pounds more on keeping cool over the last 12 weeks as they coped with the joint hottest summer on record, supermarket figures show.
UK insurance broker Jardine Lloyd Thompson (JLT) is being snapped up by Marsh & McLennan in a £4.3 billion deal, putting thousands of jobs at risk.