The competition watchdog has kicked off a two-month probe into Hasbro’s plans to take over Peppa Pig maker Entertainment One.
Online retailers that breach UK consumer laws on refunds and returns are able to buy their way to prime slots on Google Shopping’s listing service, according to a Which? investigation.
Hotel veteran Andrew Coppel will take the reins of Sir Philip Green’s troubled retail empire, which is facing a turnaround process as it prepares for perhaps its most important Christmas to date.
The Labour Party took aim at gig-economy companies such as Uber and Deliveroo, as it pledged to end “bogus self-employment”.
Online services Yahoo Japan and Line have announced they are merging.
Unions are seeking urgent assurances about the future of steel plants in the UK after Tata Steel announced plans to axe thousands of jobs.
British Gas owner Centrica has revealed it lost another 107,000 household accounts, as it also upped its annual cost savings by £50 million.
Wetherspoon founder Tim Martin said he is “worried” about Jeremy Corbyn’s approach to business at the pub group’s annual general meeting (AGM) in central London.
The Turkish airline SunExpress has announced it will be buying 10 of the troubled Boeing 737-8 Max jets, grounded globally after crashes, worth 1.2 billion US dollars.
The board of TSB Bank lacked “common sense” in the lead-up to a major IT meltdown that locked two million people out of their accounts, a damning report has found.