Orders and deliveries of new Boeing planes remain depressed eight months into the grounding of the company’s 737 Max.
Blue chip giant Vodafone has dialled up big share gains after hiking its earnings outlook, as the wider FTSE 100 Index lifted on optimism over the US-China trade war.
Royal Mail’s appeal against a £50 million fine it was handed by Ofcom for breaching competition law has been rejected, the Competition Appeal Tribunal has announced.
The UK jobs market has “softened” as Brexit uncertainty weighed on hiring in September, City analysts have said after the latest set of UK labour market figures.
Lionel Barber will call time on a 14-year stint leading the Financial Times when he leaves in January, having notched up a tenure as Britain’s longest-serving national newspaper editor.
Womenswear retailer New Look has warned it does not expect the tough high street conditions that have claimed many of its rivals to improve.
The Financial Times has appointed a female editor for the first time in its 131-year history, following the decision of long-serving editor Lionel Barber to stand down.
Shopping centre owner Landsec has plunged to a half-year loss after taking a £368 million hit on the value of its properties from woes in the retail sector.
ITV enjoyed a victorious Rugby World Cup, even if the players from the Home Nations did not, as England and Wales’s strong runs in the competition boosted advertising revenues.
UK employment suffered its sharpest decline in more than four years in the three months to September as the number of job vacancies also plunged, new figures reveal.