UK

Stalling property prices are a chance to rebalance the UK economy towards manufacturing and exportsReady to go house hunting? Tradition has it that no
Theguardian - 2 years ago
The consumer brand giant’s decision to dump its tired spreads business is just one way of easing investor angst after the messy Kraft Heinz raidComp
Theguardian - 2 years ago
Chief executive Alan Joyce says capabilities of new Airbus and Boeing planes make ‘Holy Grail’ possible within five yearsBoth Airbus and Boeing no
Theguardian - 2 years ago
Firm’s ‘rider vocabulary guidelines’ are full of linguistic contortion. Legal challenges will keep coming – as they shouldNote to Deliveroo’
Theguardian - 2 years ago
Yesterday, Pepsi pulled its new ad in less than 24 hours. Reality star Kendall Jenner giving a police officer a soft drink to calm a protest was immed
Theguardian - 2 years ago
Coca-Cola Cherry bottles to carry cartoon portrait of US businessman whose firm is the drinks company’s largest investorThe likeness of billionaire
Theguardian - 2 years ago
The glossy advertising around high-end building sites in major cities show expensive developments bustling with white thirtysomethings. Who are they a
Theguardian - 2 years ago
Shares in Imagination Technologies plunge 70% after its largest customer pulls plug on graphics dealShares in the UK chip designer Imagination Technol
Theguardian - 2 years ago
Phone business that gave £600,000 to Conservatives last year is being pursued by HMRC in a row over VATLycamobile, the international phone call busin
Theguardian - 2 years ago
Swedish researchers have found that specially selected songs played in a fast-food chain increased takingsIt’s elevator music, 21st-century style: n
Theguardian - 2 years ago
A new twist on the Peter Principle suggests that, unlike men, most women are employed below the level of their competenceThe 1969 book The Peter Princ
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Topshop parent group agrees to pay £50m a year into two schemes to address £1bn deficitThe pension scheme deficit at Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia Gr
Theguardian - 2 years ago
Never mind Lloyd’s, City will remain streets ahead of its European competitors even if hundreds of jobs go to Paris or Brussels If Lloyd’s of Lond
Theguardian - 2 years ago
World’s biggest insurance market expected to shift 100 out of 600 jobs from London to retain presence in EU post-BrexitLloyd’s of London will anno
Theguardian - 2 years ago
Analysts say price rises likely on products for which UK is almost solely reliant on EU, irrespective of what trade deal is struckFruit and vegetables
Theguardian - 2 years ago
New coin faces teething problems, with some ticket and vending machines, as well as shopping trolleys, unable to take itThe new 12-sided £1 coin offi
Theguardian - 2 years ago
News emerges the day after the brewer blamed ‘trigger-happy’ lawyers for sending legal threats to a family-run pubBrewDog threatened legal action
Theguardian - 2 years ago
The old £1 coin is being phased out for a new bimetallic 12-sided coin that’s more difficult to forge, and even has a ‘hidden security feature’
Theguardian - 2 years ago
Northern Ireland factory halts production after machine became clogged with faeces, though no contaminated drinks reached shelvesCoca-Cola has called
Theguardian - 2 years ago
Supermarket reaches deferred prosecution agreement with Serious Fraud Office and will pay investors £85m in compensationTesco is to pay out £235m to
Theguardian - 2 years ago