Maker of industrial components joins growling list of scandal-ridden Japanese companies.
Agency staff working for the airline told they could be summoned to fill rostering gaps at short notice if they don't meet targets.
Manjit Wolstenholme had only been appointed executive chairman in August after troubled lender issued its second profit warning.
The world's first all-you-can-fly subscription-based airline that deploys private jets says it is responding to users' feedback.
Competition and Markets Authority says Canadian firm Concordia abused its dominant market position to overcharge for a key thyroid drug.
A combination of aggressive acquisitions and expansion initiatives have transformed the petrochemical company in a matter of years.
Department of Justice blocks deal on grounds it could lead to higher prices and a decline in competition.
Suspension leaves North Korea's Air Koryo as the only airline with regularly scheduled overseas services.
EasyJet flew a record 80 million passengers and says bookings are already way ahead of last year for the coming 12 months.
The problem of hiring bias may fester on with many organisations still not taking active steps to tackle it, new research finds.
Move comes a month after government published plans to introduce cap on energy bills for two-thirds of households.
Growing number of organisations are realising that they can design their buildings as incubators of creativity and stimulation.
Oil and gas, retail and restaurants show greatest sign of downgrades, report notes.
Executives of the Japanese automaker are returning a part of their salaries to show remorse over illegal vehicle inspections.
Carillion issued a profit warning last July when it saw its market cap plunge from £1bn to just over £250m.