Around 100,000 civil servants will strike on 1 February in a worsening dispute over pay, jobs and conditions, the Public and Commercial Services union
Royal Mail has said it is facing severe disruption to its international export services after a "cyber incident".
The Transport Select Committee heard from two sides in the national rail dispute, but the most important voice - the third rail - was not even in the
With recessions expected in many parts of the world during 2023, it is highly likely that unemployment will rise in a number of economies this year.
A British investor said to have lost £1m in the collapse of cryptocurrency trading platform FTX is among 13 people to have made fraud reports to UK p
Paperchase, the high street cards and stationery retailer, has been put up for sale just four months after its latest change of ownership.
Rail union leaders have told MPs there is much left to agree if further national strikes are to be averted.
Direct Line has seen its shares fall by a quarter after it scrapped its final dividend, blaming a flood of claims related to bad weather in the UK las
Sainsbury's has become the latest retailer to post strong Christmas sales figures, saying it achieved a "record" festive season.
Up to 3,200 jobs are to go at Goldman Sachs as part of the biggest restructuring efforts at the company since the global financial crash.
Some of English football's top executives will hold talks on Wednesday to thrash out a new ownership structure for the Women's Super League (WSL).
Billions of pounds that could be spent on fixing public services and filling the "black hole" in the UK's finances is being lost through unpaid taxes,
YouTube star KSI has urged people to stop buying his popular energy drink at hugely-inflated prices after claims it was being sold for hundreds of pou
Nearly half of Byron's restaurants are to close in the burger chain's latest brush with insolvency.
Amazon has revealed plans to shut three UK warehouses, a decision that will affect 1,200 jobs, but open two new major fulfilment centres.
Introducing mandatory minimum levels of service during strikes will protect people's lives while respecting workers' rights to walk out, the business
Consumer spending failed to keep pace with inflation in December, figures suggest, likely bolstering the view among economists that the UK is in reces
The EU and UK say there is a "new basis" for resolving the Northern Ireland Protocol row after an agreement was reached on sharing trade data.
A prominent British fintech is in talks with rival suitors including Africa's largest payments technology company about a sale that would take place a
Businesses are set to secure £5.5bn in scaled back government support to help them with their energy bills from the start of April, after the current