Theresa May will today pledge a clean break with the European Union, ruling out "half-in, half-out" or partial membership.
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Nearly 90% of Britain's top bosses are expecting growth this year despite casting a gloomy outlook for the global economy, a report said.
British Airways will operate all its long-haul services to and from Heathrow during a three-day cabin crew strike this week and cancel a small number of short-haul flights, the airline has announced.
The chairman of global accounting and consulting firm PwC said he doubts that many companies will leave Britain after the country exits the European Union.
The Bank of England will tighten its focus on ballooning household debt as consumers continue to spend in the face of a financial squeeze from rising inflation.
More than 400 former employees of Phones 4u have won around £1.4 million in redundancy pay, more than two years after the firm went bust.
Vacuum and electronics giant Dyson is expanding its pool of software engineers, with the "majority" of its recruits set to work in the UK.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has lifted UK growth forecasts for 2017 saying better-than-expected economic performance in the wake of the Brexit vote raised prospects for the year ahead.
A crackdown on rogue businesses has been branded a waste of time as it emerged that the financial penalties handed out so far add up to a tiny fraction of ministers' predictions.
The company behind Ray-Ban sunglasses is to merge with French lens maker Essilor in a 46 billion euro (£40 billion) tie up.
A £269 million helicopter-borne surveillance system has been ordered by the Government to protect the Royal Navy's new aircraft carriers.
The FTSE 100 ended its longest record closing streak in history on Monday, while the pound failed to recover from three-month lows.
First-time buyers have a "window of opportunity" as the 2017 housing market gets under way, with a boost in the number of homes to choose from, according to a property website.
Five-a-side football business Goals Soccer Centres said it has "turned the corner" after scoring a rise in annual sales.
Plans to recruit a pool of 200 "trainee" drivers to help improve services on Southern Railway have sparked a fresh row.
Banks and energy companies should ready themselves for greater scrutiny from the UK Government this year, with the Prime Minister expected to tap into rising populism, a new report claims.
Some of the country's leading employers for university leavers are offering graduate starting salaries of up to £45,000, a report has found.
Rents increased at their slowest pace in seven years in 2016, according to an index.
Talks will be held this week in a bid to resolve a long-running dispute on pay, pensions and job security at Fujitsu.
New Burberry boss Marco Gobbetti is poised to officially join the retailer this month, sidelining existing chief executive Christopher Bailey.
Business activity in Scotland returned to growth in the final month of 2016 but the upturn was only "slight", according to a report.
BT has launched a service that aims to block up to 30 million nuisance calls before they reach homes each week.
The pound slumped to its lowest point for more than three months after reports that Theresa May is heading for a "hard Brexit".
The world's second-largest credit ratings agency has agreed to pay nearly 864 million dollars (£708m) to settle US government and state claims that it gave inflated assessments to risky mortgage investments in the years leading up to the financial crisis.
A new tax system for businesses is at risk of being a "disaster" with widespread "collateral damage", an influential committee has warned.
A British businessman facing extradition to Germany for questioning over his alleged part in a £100 million VAT scam has denied any involvement.
Banks still need to do more to improve their day-to-day services, particularly when it comes to being clear about fees and charges, according to a customer satisfaction survey.
English Labour MPs on the Commons Brexit committee blocked a call to seek "endorsement" from the devolved parliaments for the UK Government's final EU withdrawal deal.
Banks led US stock indexes mostly higher on Friday, propelling the Nasdaq composite index to its fourth record high this week.
London mayor Sadiq Khan has rejected Transport Secretary Chris Grayling's "fundamentally flawed" approach to suburban rail services in the capital.
The FTSE 100 shrugged off superstition and posted its twelfth consecutive record close on Friday the 13th, as the pound shed some gains and house-building stocks pulled higher.
Almost five million households switched their energy supplier last year in a record 26% increase on 2015, figures show.