Hotel Chocolat has agreed to a £534m takeover offer from Mars, the maker of goods from Snickers bars to Pedigree dog food.
Royal Mail's parent firm says the tough economy has knocked its recovery from the bitter pay dispute with frontline staff, reporting half-year losses
The chancellor has been called on to freeze business rates and to extend reliefs as business lobbyists warn a failure to do so risks jobs, businesses
More than 1,300 jobs are at risk at the UK's largest rail assembly plant as its order book shrank amid HS2 setbacks.
It is beginning to look as if Jay Powell and his colleagues at the US Federal Reserve have pulled off something few thought possible even a few months
Manchester United has confirmed its chief executive of two years, Richard Arnold, "has decided to step down" as part of a "management transition".
Supermarket chain Iceland has scrapped its Christmas advert this year to "support its customers".
Lloyd's of London is on the brink of a long-term deal to remain in its landmark City headquarters until the 2040s after more than a year of negotiatio
The government will this week increase the price offered to offshore wind farm developers after the total failure of its last auction round left the U
The chancellor has agreed to address the CBI's first public event since the business lobbying group was plunged into crisis earlier this year.
Citizens Advice helped more than 8,000 people with homelessness issues in October, the highest monthly figure ever recorded.
The World Health Organisation's call for government action over "exploitative" formula milk prices "cannot be ignored", an MP has said.
A leading group of City figures are urging the chancellor to accelerate pensions reform, hand a competitiveness objective to the audit watchdog and in
The Yorkshire family behind the Portakabin modular buildings group is heading for a bumper payday amid talks with investors about a potential deal.
A 1962 Ferrari has sold for a record $51.7m (£42m) at a Sotheby's auction in New York.
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