MINING and commodities giant Glencore yesterday announced it would be cutting capital expenditure for the second half of the [...]
A FINANCIAL technology start-up is attempting to revolutionise student finance by dramatically reducing the cost of student loans.
THYSSENKRUPP yesterday announced an improvement of pre-tax profit of 33 per cent for the first three quarters, at €1.26m [...]
The seemingly rampant early success of brands such as Louis Vuitton a decade ago was largely due to the novelty of designer [...]
Prudential yesterday reported a 17 per cent increase in operating profits in Asia during the six months to 30 June, soothing [...]
The FTSE 100 fell by 72 points yesterday as luxury goods and mining firms suffered from China’s unexpected devaluation of the [...]
London Luton (LLA) and Heathrow airports yesterday reported strong passenger growth figures for July.
Johnston Press yesterday reported a £6.2m fall in revenue in the six months to 3 July, citing a “slowdown in general trading”.
Shares in Esure tumbled by 9.6 per cent yesterday after it published interim results showing a 21.3 per cent fall in underlying [...]
A further £500m is being made available to Clydesdale Bank by parent company NAB to cover compensation for payment protection [...]
DEFENCE firm Meggitt announced yesterday it was buying composites business worth $200m (£128m) from Cobham .
Nostrum Oil and Gas was yesterday back in talks to purchase the beleaguered Tethys Petroleum after a $47.7m (£31m) refinancing [...]
Carillion has won a new government outsourcing contract that could be worth up to £4.1bn.
Fracking companies yesterday urged the government to press forward with plans to fast-track their applications following an intervention [...]
British Gas has revealed that just four per cent of applicants to its technical and engineering apprenticeships are women.