HSBC saw its pre-tax profit plummet by 65% in the first of the year as the UK's largest bank was forced to hike funds to cover bad loans due to the co
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The departing boss of Standard Life Aberdeen is to become the stopgap chairman of Britain's audit regulator as ministers seek a heavyweight figure to
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The chancellor Rishi Sunak has dipped his hand into the country's pockets again in an attempt to help the struggling hospitality industry.
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British Airways pilots have voted to accept a deal that will include job losses and pay cuts to avoid a larger number of redundancies, their union has
The younger son of tycoon Rupert Murdoch has resigned from the board of News Corporation, the media empire which his father founded.
More than half of the workforce at Byron, the upmarket burger chain, will this weekend join the army of hospitality industry employees being made redu
Delaying a further relaxation of lockdown restrictions in England a day before they were due to come into effect has been branded "a hammer blow" by t
UK house prices saw their biggest rise in 11 years this month as the property market bounced back quicker than expected with the easing of lockdown re
The chief executive of British Airways' owner IAG has warned record losses cannot be sustained as he defended cutbacks to the airline.
NatWest plunged into the red in the first half of the year after hiking its provision for loans losses caused by the coronavirus pandemic to £2.8bn.
A blanket withdrawal of the government's furlough scheme threatens to put a "python-like" squeeze on jobs in areas of the economy hardest hit by the c
Jet2 has warned some of its customers in Spain that they should return to the UK earlier than planned or risk having to make their own way home.
Some of America's biggest tech companies have defied the coronavirus pandemic to post better-than-expected financial results.
Britain's aviation watchdog has been accused of "failing" passengers over delayed refunds for flights cancelled as a result of the coronavirus pandemi
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The proposed takeover of Newcastle United by a Saudi-backed investment fund has been called off.
John Lewis is looking at turning empty stores into privately rented housing as it moves to expand beyond its traditional retail offer and safeguard th
It's been a staple of UK retailing for almost 50 years and was the basis for many a child's Christmas wishlist, but after more than a billion copies,
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