Two bids to buy Belfast’s struggling shipyard are “valid and credible”, the local MP has said.
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.
Pensions buyout specialist Phoenix has revealed around £32 million of its client money is trapped in Neil Woodford’s suspended fund.
Workers at the Harland and Wolff shipyard are fighting on to save it, even as the historic firm enters administration.
Energy watchdog Ofgem has proposed a “tough but fair” approach to price controls on electricity networks as they strive to meet green energy targets.
British engineering group Senior has revealed the fallout from Boeing’s 737 Max production cut on its profits for the first half, but remained confident of achieving its annual targets.
The governor of the Bank of England has warned that companies that fail to prepare for climate change “will go bankrupt without question”.
The pound’s plunge on no-deal Brexit fears has come at a terrible time for British holidaymakers as many head abroad over the summer.
A Belfast shipyard under threat of closure has been given a brief reprieve after a visit by administrators was delayed.
Greggs has hailed the success of its latest menu additions as profits soared in the first half of the year.
Technology giant Sony has reported a 33% drop in its first-quarter profit as sales dipped in its electronics operations, including TV sets and camcorders.
Japanese video game maker Nintendo has reported its first-quarter profit dipped to about half of what it was a year ago despite improved sales as an unfavourable exchange rate eroded earnings.
BP has posted a drop in half-year profits, but delivered better-than-expected second-quarter earnings after higher production offset lower oil prices.
The way of life of a community of nuns is under threat from proposals to build a housing estate next to their secluded ancient home, campaigners have claimed.
Jamie Oliver has told of his desperate attempts to save his restaurant group from collapse as he ploughed millions of pounds of his own money into the business.
Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct has been called a “total shambles” after the retailer delayed publishing its results for the second time in as many weeks.
Drugs giant AstraZeneca gained more than £4 billion in market value on Thursday morning after it posted its fourth successive quarter of rising sales.
Spirits giant Diageo has posted a rise in profits for the year as the gin boom continued to drive sales growth in the UK.
Scottish workers at drinks manufacturer Diageo will be balloted for strike action after talks with their union collapsed.
There is a one-in-four chance the UK economy is already in recession and would face a “severe downturn” in the event of a “disorderly” no-deal Brexit, according to an influential think tank.
Shares in Ted Baker have soared after reports that the brand’s founder is planning to take it off the stock market with a takeover.
The Government has announced a crackdown on the use of workplace “gagging clauses” to cover up allegations of sexual harassment, racial discrimination and assault.
Britain’s largest satellite company Inmarsat has safeguarded the future of its UK business following discussions with government, after it was bought for £2.6 billion.
A host of major banks and venture capital firms have signed up for the Government’s latest initiative to boost funding for female entrepreneurs, the Treasury has said.
The UK economy bounced back to monthly growth in May as a recovery in car production drove a rise in output.
Fishing chiefs have called the latest verdict on the health of North Sea cod stocks a “hammer blow” for the Scottish fleet.
Leading retail bodies have written to the Government asking for more to be done to tackle widespread violence and abuse against shop workers.
Mining giant Anglo American has reported a slump in diamond sales, blaming a fall in demand from Asian customers.
Brexit, no indyref2 and boosts for business: Jeremy Hunt outlines plans as possible PM on a trip to Peterhead
Conservative leader candidate Jeremy Hunt has pledged an end to the "uncertainties" claiming he will deliver Brexit and is devoted to the union "with every fibre of my being".
Business investment is forecast to contract at a faster rate this year and recover more slowly in 2020 than expected in previous forecasts amid continued uncertainty over Brexit, a new report has predicted.
Lena Dunham revealed she has moved to Wales to shoot a new HBO drama set in the world of international finance.