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.
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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.
Just one day of work per week is the most “effective dose” to give the mental health benefits of paid employment, research suggests.
Troubled five-a-side football pitch business Goals Soccer Centres has confirmed its has hired advisers to assess future options, which could see a sale of the listed firm.
Tesco has revealed that it is testing a delivery robot, as it detailed a raft of new ideas for the supermarket’s future development.
The boss of London’s Serpentine Galleries has quit, claiming she was forced out due to “misjudged personal attacks” on her family over her husband’s involvement with a controversial tech firm.
Inflation is expected to have slipped in May, following an Easter boost to transport prices in the previous month.
A formal investigation has been launched by the City watchdog into Neil Woodford’s suspended equity income fund in the latest blow for the under-pressure investment guru.
Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell has appeared in court to face charges of a £500,000 tax fraud and allegedly buying two yachts to launder money.
Around 180 jobs are at risk at Allied Bakeries after the Kingsmill bread-maker revealed plans to stop production in Cardiff.
Facebook has announced its own form of cryptocurrency called Libra alongside a digital wallet named Calibra, which will allow users to pay for everyday items directly using their smartphone.
Facebook is to launch a cryptocurrency next year – backed by the likes of Mastercard, Visa and PayPal – which will allow people to move money from their smartphone.
Utility Warehouse owner Telecom Plus attracted higher numbers of customers last year, as the company said it was poised to take advantage of the “challenging” energy marketplace.
Videogame developer Team17 Group has seen shares jump after upping its earnings and revenues outlook for the full year thanks to strong sales of new and old titles.
Equipment rental firm Ashtead Group has reported another quarter of solid growth, putting its annual profits and revenue well ahead of last year.
London’s Gatwick Airport has reported a 7.3% hike in annual earnings as it saw rising long-haul demand boost passenger numbers.
Auction house Sotheby’s has announced it has signed an agreement to be purchased by French-Israeli media mogul Patrick Drahi for £2.95 billion.
Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell is to appear in court on Tuesday accused of tax evasion and buying two yachts to launder money.
A tech firm that offers insurance to gig economy workers like Deliveroo riders and Uber drivers has raised 42 million US dollars (£33 million) in funding, the company said.
The FTSE 100 has been buoyed by a dip in the value of the pound, as sterling’s rally on foreign exchange markets fizzled out on Monday.
Former Premier Foods boss Gavin Darby received an almost-£1 million payout after he was axed by the Mr Kipling-maker earlier this year.
The boss of Hargreaves Lansdown (HL) will not take a bonus this year due to the ongoing saga at Neil Woodford’s investment vehicle, the company has said.
Telecoms watchdog Ofcom has launched a new set of guidelines for broadband, phone and TV companies as it pledges to stamp out unfair practices in the industry.
Healthy fast food chain Leon is set to open 12 new restaurants in motorway service stations across the UK.