The number of people heading to the high street, retail parks and shopping centres is continuing to fall, new data has revealed.
US President Donald Trump ended the week by disappointing global investors, sending shares down across Europe.
The Dow Jones index hit a record high on Monday as hopes over the future of trade relations between the United States and China pushed up global markets, including the FTSE 100.
Carpetright’s biggest shareholder has tentatively offered to buy the retailer to avoid the company collapsing under a mountain of debt.
The competition watchdog has said it is mulling an investigation into Ovo energy’s acquisition of SSE’s retail business.
Parliamentary drama helped push the FTSE 100 higher on Tuesday as the pound dropped against the dollar and the euro.
Private equity giant Advent International is ready to commit to the Government that it will protect UK jobs at Cobham as it seeks approval for its £4 billion takeover of the defence firm.
Tens of thousands of Thomas Cook customers applied for refunds on the first day of a claims website opening.
De La Rue has appointed Clive Vacher as the company’s new chief executive officer to deliver a major turnaround at the troubled passport maker.
The FTSE 100 tumbled further into the red on another ugly day for the global markets.
Thomas Cook employees at the company’s Poole office have been saved from unemployment by a UK travel agency.
The price of oil sank after Saudi Arabia said it had made more progress over oil production, while the European markets remained subdued.
Jamie Oliver took a £5.2 million payout from his food and media empire last year prior to the collapse of his UK restaurant business, which resulted in around 1,000 job losses.
Britain’s accounting watchdog has announced plans to tighten industry standards following a spate of corporate failures and auditing errors.
Thomas Cook staff left in limbo are preparing to go without their wages on Monday – which should have been their payday – following the collapse of the travel giant.
All Bar One and Harvester owner Mitchells & Butlers (M&B) has seen a bounce-back in drinks sales, helped by Britain’s recent Indian summer.
Questions are swirling over pay and bonuses for top bosses at Thomas Cook as figures reveal its chief executive landed more than £8 million in pay and bonuses in four years.
Anger is growing over millions of pounds in payments made to Thomas Cook bosses before the tour operator collapsed.
Nearly 15,000 Thomas Cook customers have been repatriated following the travel company’s collapse, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has said.
Marks & Spencer’s chief financial officer has quit weeks after it was announced the firm would drop out of the FTSE 100 for the first time.
Tottenham Hotspur have raised all the funding needed to cover the cost of the team’s new stadium through a major refinancing.
The competition watchdog has warned that JD Sports’ deal to buy high street rival Footasylum could lead to “higher prices” and “worse choice” for customers.
Around 1,200 jobs could be lost if Sirius Minerals fails to secure funding for its work constructing a giant fertiliser mine in North Yorkshire, the company confirmed.
Fashion retailer French Connection has said it remains in talks over a sale of the group after pushing back the results of its strategic review once again as it revealed narrowed half-year losses.
Hospital operator Spire Healthcare has swung to a first-half profit after it was buoyed by cost-cutting measures and increased numbers of NHS referrals.
The total amount of investment assets under management in the UK was “resilient” last year despite concerns over Brexit and the global economy, according to new research.
Revolut customers were left unable to use features of their banking apps on Friday due to technical issues.
Carpetright’s biggest shareholder has bought the retailer’s debts and vowed to engage with the business to provide longer-term, stable funding.
The London markets closed lower on a hectic day after tweets from Donald Trump warning China of trade retaliation more than counteracted positive comments from the Federal Reserve chairman.
Health insurer Bupa has been criticised by a Government watchdog over poor payment practices which “misled” a small supplier.
The chief executive of beleaguered high street retailer Monsoon Accessorize has quit, one month after it confirmed major restructuring plans.
Ryanair has argued in court that balloted strike action from some of their pilots was unlawful.