Online fashion retailer Boohoo has poached a top boss from Primark to take over as its new chief executive as part of a management shake-up.
Armies of robot bricklayers could become a common sight in Brexit Britain as construction firms turn to machines to make up for the loss of skilled labour from mainland Europe.
The last of the UK’s Lehman Brothers staff will finally be let go this month, 10 years after the bank’s disastrous collapse helped trigger the financial crisis.
A former Lehman Brothers banker has claimed he was “hurt by the crisis as much as anyone” after losing his bonus following the lender’s disastrous collapse.
Lehman Brothers bankers who once feasted on champagne and caviar during boom times will have to settle for burgers and donuts this weekend as they mark a decade since the lender’s disastrous collapse.
The Church of England is said to be considering co-ordinating an effort to find a group of buyers for the loan book of failed pay day lender Wonga to prevent it falling into the hands of unscrupulous loan sharks.
Ocado will unveil results for the third quarter next week, with investors expecting an update on capacity levels and more international tie-ups.
The FTSE 100 ended in positive territory on Friday as traders sounded a note of cautious optimism following weeks of fretting over global trade.
Britain and the EU are “closing in” on an agreement on the terms of the UK’s withdrawal and their future relations, Brexit Secretary Dominic Rabb has said.
Damien Hirst is making 50 staff at his company Science Ltd redundant across its London and Gloucestershire locations, it can be revealed.
Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley has launched a stunning assault on minority shareholders in the retailer, accusing them of stabbing him in the back over the departure of chairman Keith Hellawell.
The Church of England has been criticised after the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, slammed Amazon at the recent TUC Congress in Manchester, despite the Church holding stock in the online retail giant.
British Steel is planning to cut 400 jobs in countries including the UK under moves to secure a “sustainable future”, the company has announced.
Shares in banking group Investec surged as its board announced plans to spin off its asset management division.
JD Wetherspoon’s profits rose to record levels in the year to July, but the pub group warned it would need to maintain sales momentum to keep up with rising costs.
The Co-operative Group nearly doubled profits in the first half despite “increasing national uncertainty” as its takeover of Nisa bolstered sales.
Nationwide Building Society has said it is not planning redundancies and will maintain its branch network as it invests another £1.3 billion in tech to help “simplify” operations.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has come under fire after it emerged the Church of England uses zero-hour contracts and invests in Amazon – despite his attacks on both during a speech earlier this week.
The governor of the Bank of England has warned ministers that house prices could crash by more than a third in the event of a disorderly, no-deal Brexit.
Royal Bank of Scotland boss Ross McEwan could again be hauled in front of MPs after being accused of misleading a parliamentary committee over a police investigation into former bank staff.