FTSE 100-listed retailer will cut 600 back office jobs and 1,400 in-store clerks as it looks to save £500m.
Price controls unveiled by the Primer Minister could put some energy suppliers under severe strain, says ratings agency.
British grocers are mounting a spirited defence of their market share, according to Moody's.
US blue chip index crosses historic mark for the first time driven by health insurance and consumer goods shares.
New research finds $2.6trn in offshore profits, $752bn in unpaid US federal taxes.
Former Jefferies analysts tells London employment tribunal the firm repeatedly bowed to clients' pressure.
As a champion of free trade, Britain would benefit substantially upon exiting the EU, and the WTO framework - if needed - is nothing to be scared of.
Business Secretary Greg Clark hails deal as a positive step in the ongoing trade dispute with the US.
Colony Capital, which manages $50bn in assets, set to buy the production outfit brought into disrepute by allegations of sexual misconduct against its co-founder.
Automaker's car division, and trucks and heavy vehicles unit would become legally independent entities under one corporate umbrella.
The spy museum would be privately funded with a visit likely to cost nearly $40 per head.
Discount retailer to open its 'largest-ever' distribution centre resulting in the creation of several hundred jobs.
Taxi-hailing company will be allowed to continue to operate in London until the appeal process is resolved.
German automaker concerned some passenger airbags fitted in its X3 model may not inflate in the event of a crash.
Germany's flagship carrier will acquire two Air Berlin's subsidiaries and 20 aircraft after its rival went bankrupt.