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Investors piled into stock markets on Thursday following more dovish statements from central banks across the world.
The millionaire boss of a marketing firm at the centre of a £236 million savings scandal has been arrested.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney is to give a thumbs up to Facebook and hail a “new economy” built on digital payments, in his annual Mansion House speech.
Monsoon Accessorize has become the latest high street chain to launch a major restructuring as bosses asked landlords for a cut in rents on more than half its stores.
Flight restrictions have been placed on a type of helicopter widely used in the North Sea.
The owner of WeBuyAnyCar.com, BCA Marketplace, has confirmed it is the subject of a £1.9 billion takeover bid from a UK private equity giant.
The boss of Hargreaves Lansdown has said he is “angered” about the lack of resolution over the shutdown of investor Neil Woodford’s flagship fund.
The Bank of England has kept interest rates on hold at 0.75% amid heightened no-deal Brexit fears and as UK growth falters.
Halfords bosses lost out on bonuses last year as the company’s annual profits missed targets.
Neil Woodford-backed technology fund Allied Minds has appointed a new chairman as part of a board and strategy shake-up.
Homeware retailer Dunelm has upped its profit outlook for the second time in as many months after weather helped boost sales.
Dixons Carphone shares have plummeted as the retailer swung to a loss and warned that its mobile division will remain significantly loss-making in the coming year.
Tourism and conference-hosting is arguably one of the key industries most crucial to sustainable economic growth in Scotland and the north-east. It is a notoriously volatile trade, demanding constant innovation. If this key sector is to be successfully grown it will require long-term strategic thinking.
Fashion retailer N Brown has posted further sales declines, but insisted its turnaround strategy is bearing fruit in “challenging” markets as online trade lifted.
Discounters are set to play a significant role in driving 12.5% growth in the UK food and grocery industry by 2024, contributing £4 in every £10 of growth over the next five years, according to forecasts.
The London markets sank as investors remained cautious ahead of the Federal Reserve rates announcement set to be made in the US.
Shareholders in over-50s-focused travel and insurance business Saga, have given the company a bloody nose with 28% voting against the firm’s pay plans for executives.
Almost 300,000 Hargreaves Lansdown customers have £1.6 billion trapped in Neil Woodford’s suspended investment portfolio, the funding platform has revealed.
Ocado has offloaded a beauty business to high street retailer Next in a move which bosses partly attributed to a strategic shift following its tie-up with Marks & Spencer.
British Gas owner Centrica is planning to cut around 700 management and back office jobs under previously announced reductions as it faces “growing challenges”.
Bank of England policymakers are set to hold interest rates again on Thursday as economic growth slows sharply after a stock-building boost at the start of 2019.
Goals Soccer Centres has rebuffed efforts from Sports Direct owner Mike Ashley to hire an investigator of his choice to tackle its recent accounting crisis.
Tesco has overpaid and underpaid hundreds of staff who were recently let go in the latest round of redundancies at the supermarket.
Luxury brand Mulberry had a difficult year in its UK business as the collapse of House of Fraser took its toll.
A top executive at Lloyds Banking Group has claimed chief executive Antonio Horta-Osorio is a “winner” with “charisma” who deserves his controversial pension perks and pay deal.
An activist investor in rail and bus business FirstGroup has failed to file the correct paperwork as part of an attempt to force out six directors, including the chief executive.
Housebuilder Berkeley Group reported a slump in annual profits, as the housing sector continues to be weighed down by cost rises and Brexit uncertainty.
Saga has added its name to the list of travel companies to complain that the political uncertainty around Brexit has sent bookings plummeting.
UK inflation cooled off in May as price rises for travellers slowed down during the lull after the Easter rush, new figures showed.
Premier Inn owner Whitbread has revealed a sharp drop in UK sales as Brexit uncertainty continues to take its toll on business travel.
Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank owner CYBG warned of further potential job cuts as it hiked cost savings from the Virgin Money takeover and revealed plans to call time on its 175-year-old brands within two years.
Scotland has played host to a galaxy of Hollywood stars filming their celluloid magic over the years, from Mel Gibson in Braveheart and Ted Danson in Loch Ness through to Daniel Craig in Skyfall and Saoirse Ronan in Mary Queen of Scots.