Dixons Carphone is expected to report a sharp fall in profits next week as the retailer continues to reel from a mammoth data breach that saw millions of customer details hacked in a cyber attack.
HSBC will “simplify” the business, invest billions in tech and turn around its US division as part of new chief executive John Flint’s growth plans.
House of Fraser is locked in last-ditch talks with its lenders as the retailer scrambles to avoid a calamitous administration that would put thousands of jobs at risk.
Marks & Spencer is expected to unveil another troubling set of annual figures this week as the high street giant’s food arm comes under intense pressure.
The crisis at Mothercare has deepened after the babywear retailer said it was scrambling for cash from shareholders and outside investors, alongside a sweeping store closure programme.
The Hut Group has bagged a £600 million loan to help bankroll its rapid expansion and a potential acquisition spree.
HSBC has announced a 2 billion US dollar (£1.5 billion) share buyback alongside a surprise drop in first quarter profits.
Shares in Interserve tumbled on Monday as the troubled outsourcer fell deeper into the red after its chairman bemoaned “self-inflicted mistakes of the past”.
The former head of HSBC Bank’s foreign exchange cash trading has been sentenced in New York to two years in prison for a scheme that defrauded a client out of millions of dollars.
HSBC bosses were pressed by shareholders on Friday over the lender’s new energy policy and worries over gender balance at the UK-headquartered lender.