Pay TV group Sky, recently rebranded from BSkyB, remained unconvinced by the need for a mobile offering yesterday, after its biggest rival BT looked poised to buy either EE or O2 in a £10bn mobile deal.
England has enough brownfield land to build more than 1m new homes, with a quarter of it in public hands, according to a leading property consultancy that urges councils to make sites cheaper for housebuilders to buy.
Changes may be coming in the upper tiers of Samsung Electronics’ leadership, after the tech industry giant and creators of the Galaxy smartphone suffered a particularly difficult year of declining profits, stock price and market share.
Britain's recovery has pulled so many unemployed workers into jobs that there are now more vacancies than jobseekers, for the first time since the financial crisis struck, jobs website Adzuna said today.
An average working-age family will be reliant on state benefits and friends and family alone for financial support within two weeks of losing their income, once their savings run out, a report reveals today.
The S&P 500 rose to a record high yesterday on hopes that China will take further accommodative monetary policy action if needed, while merger deals kept traders focused even as volumes were below average.
Retailers are gearing up for Black Friday to be one of – if not the – biggest online shopping day of the year, with hundreds of promotions being planned to tempt consumers to join the spending bonanza.
Remember when the Bank of England's Chaps payment system crashed, causing chaos across the system when large money transfers were suspended? More than a month on, the Bank of England has got around to appointing someone to find out what happened.