New Flybe boss Christine Ourmieres-Widener said yesterday the airline was focused on “controlled expansion” after legacy orders for new planes and a slowdown in the market sent it hurtling into the red.
The company running northern isle ferries and Caledonian Sleeper train services between Scotland and London saw nearly £300million wiped from its balance sheet yesterday.
A fishing industry campaign group has warned there is a danger of foreign boats ending up with “back door” access to UK coastal waters unless a decades-old treaty is “denounced”.
Nearly two thirds (58%) of Britain’s “captains of industry” feel their businesses are already hurting as a result of the UK’s decision to quit the European Union, a study has found.
Flybe unveiled a new chief executive yesterday, saying Christine Ourmieres-Widener would be in the hotseat from January 16.
Regional airline Flybe said yesterday it had parted ways with chief executive Saad Hammad by “mutual agreement”.
UK fishers are hacked off about the way they were portrayed in the media before, during and after the EU referendum, a study has found.
Union bosses have accused Diageo of “shameful corporate greed” in a row over proposed changes to the drink giant’s final salary pension scheme.
Wealth management and pension specialist Mattioli Woods said yesterday it expected more companies and employees to seek its advice on money matters after the Brexit referendum vote.
The Brexit vote has dealt a hammer blow to heavyweight financial stocks, with some shares being temporarily suspended this morning as the losses stack up
The UK is widely expected to slide back into recession as shockwaves about Britain’s Brexit vote reverberate around the world.
Flybe reported its first year of trading in the black since its £215million stock market flotation at the end of 2010.
Eight days of activities aimed at encouraging UK consumers to eat more seafood are estimated to have generated industry benefits worth £18million.
UK seafood sales surged by 6.5% during the key Easter trading period, industry body Seafish said yesterday.
Most UK fishing fleets remained profitable in 2014 and the prosperity is likely to have continued through 2015, new industry research shows.
Former England and Manchester United captain Rio Ferdinand has teamed up with two other football stars in an attempt to tackle housing shortages in the UK.
Consumers are deeply distrustful about the seafood they buy as the UK food industry struggles to shake off damage caused by the horsemeat scandal of a few years ago, research has found.
Adventurous shoppers boosted UK sales of seafood over the festive season.
Upmarket grocer Waitrose announced yesterday that all vessels supplying its seafood must be part of Seafish’s Responsible Fishing Scheme (RFS) by 2017.
Devolution settlements must be used to unlock growth across the UK and not create new barriers to business, CBI director-general Carolyn Fairburn will say today.
Conservation groups are urging three pub and restaurant chains to pledge their commitment to using only responsibly-caught fish on their menus.
New measures unveiled today may help to end the suspicion which often arises after firms go bust and are quickly sold through controversial pre-pack administrations.
Gama Aviation, which provides aviation services at UK airports including Aberdeen and Glasgow, said yesterday it was focused on potential acquisitions as well as organic growth after profits rocketed in the first half of the year.
Scots tennis star Andy Murray has joined the advisory board of London-based equity crowd-funder Seedrs, it was announced yesterday.
Outdoor goods retailer Mountain Warehouse said yesterday the growing popularity of cycling helped it to a “stellar” third year in a row of record results.
Nightclubs including The Institute in Aberdeen have delivered another big jump in profits for their owner less than four years after they were rescued from administration.
Whisky-maker Diageo is caught in the middle of a potentially explosive showdown between one of its businesses and Indian billionaire Vijay Mallya.
Heathrow bosses today pledged to cut passenger charges by more than a third to help safeguard vital air links to regional UK airports.
European airlines have a year to prepare for new rules governing the amount of time pilots are on duty after a survey of more than 6,000 of them revealed shocking levels of fatigue in the cockpit.
Acumen Financial Planning pensions specialist Kevin Mackenzie explains how those people who are lucky enough to receive a new year bonus can make it go further
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are being squeezed by other companies failing to pay their invoices on time, according to the Institute of Directors (IoD).
Scottish bank workers who were forced to keep vegetables on their desks until they won new business highlight a "toxic culture" in the industry that will take a generation to fix, a financial services think-tank says.