The Ballymena-based 'Boris Bus' maker Wrightbus will this weekend hold last-ditch talks with a prominent Irish transport executive in a bid to stave o
The London Stock Exchange has firmly rejected an unsolicited takeover bid by its Hong kong rival, citing "fundamental flaws" in the £30bn offer.
KFC has abandoned its drive to introduce healthier baked chicken products on its menu because nobody wanted to eat them.
Sainsbury's has pledged to halve the amount of plastic used in its stores by 2025.
Energy giant SSE has agreed to sell its household supply business to independent provider Ovo Group in a £500m deal.
Hundreds of thousands of tumble dryers that pose a fire risk are still in people's homes.
Disruption to domestic water supplies has risen by a fifth in two years and billions of litres of water are being lost through leaky pipework, accordi
British Airways has begun cancelling hundreds of flights ahead of the next strike by pilots on 27 September.
A no-deal Brexit will leave "gaps on the shelves" of UK supermarkets, the chief executive of the Co-op Group has told Sky News.
Losses at the Topshop and Topman fashion chains deepened to more than half a billion pounds last year, after sales fell over the period.
Google has agreed to pay nearly €1bn in fines and taxes to France as settlement in a fraud inquiry that began four years ago.
Whatever hardships a no-deal Brexit might inflict on Britain, a champagne drought will not be one of them, according to French makers of the drink.
A former head of the civil service has accused the government of being "neither honest nor open" about the potential impact of a no-deal Brexit.
The European Central Bank (ECB) has cut interest rates for the first time since 2016, while introducing a sweeping stimulus package in an attempt to k
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