Orders and deliveries of new Boeing planes remain depressed eight months into the grounding of the company’s 737 Max.
Unlawful wage discrimination may be more widespread than previously feared, as equal pay remains a “distant dream” for many women, a new study suggests.
Honda has become the latest car maker to report weaker earnings as global demand softens.
British Steel is to be rescued by Chinese firm Jingye, potentially saving up to 4,000 jobs, the Insolvency Service has said.
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.
Games Workshop has seen its shares jump higher after telling investors that sales and profits are set to surge for the first of the year.
Greggs has revealed that sales jumped in the last six weeks, meaning profits are now expected to be higher than first thought, the sausage roll specialist said.
Blustery weather across the UK in the last three months has put the wind in the sails of SSE’s boss Alistair Phillips-Davies, whose company generated more electricity than expected from its wind turbines.
Luxury handbag maker Mulberry has revealed widened half-year losses as fewer shoppers visited its UK stores amid tough high street trading.
Retailer B&M could abandon its first-ever international market, it revealed on Tuesday, after it was forced to write off its German business Jawoll, taking a major hit to profits.