Royal Bank of Scotland has tumbled to a loss in the third quarter after taking a £900 million hit for payment protection insurance (PPI) claims.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has said there is “ample time” for an orderly handover to his yet-to-be appointed successor.
A global economic body has proposed overhauling the way multinationals, particularly tech giants, are taxed to make sure they pay their fair share in countries where they do significant business.
Water firms in England and Wales must cut the average household bill by £50 – or 12% – over the next five years, the regulator has said.
A Fife based house builder has shrugged off difficult trading conditions as it seeks to expand its reach and pursue a mixed tenure strategy.
The owner of HMV said the company will return to opening new stores over the next year, just eight months after it shut a raft of high street shops after being rescued from administration.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell is accusing Boris Johnson of allowing the country’s “super rich” to buy access to “tax breaks and corporate giveaways”.
The “substantial” dispute between the union representing postal workers and Royal Mail is unlikely to be resolved “without a real threat of industrial action”, the Court of Appeal has heard.
A series of events and workshops are scheduled to take place across Tayside in February as part of the Tay Cities Business Month.
The chief auditor for Serco during the electronic tagging scandal has been fined £78,000 over his role, the accounting watchdog has revealed.