Saverio Mayer, European boss of FTSE 100 packaging giant Smurfit Kappa, tells IBTimes UK his job is not to sell more paper but optimised sustainable solutions.
Liz Field, chief executive of investment management lobby group, tells IBTimes UK the British capital is where the "world's business happens."
German discount supermarket says the facility would serve growing demand at its London stores.
Government says drop in Chinese demand could spell very bad news for the industry.
British currency gains from positive macroeconomic data as US jobs figures fail to perk up the dollar.
Study finds construction workers atop those harbouring murderous thoughts followed by media professionals.
New report warns automation might be deployed to mitigate effects of a higher wage bill.
Network Rail says revamped station and additional platforms can serve up to 18 trains an hour with scope for more.
Retailer says it will open up to 100 new food stores in 2018.
Surcharging has cost small businesses £10bn in shopper walkouts with a ban expected in January.
New report says the gradual decline in sovereign creditworthiness over the past 10 years 'appears to have come to a halt.'
However, sugar cane diversion to ethanol production in Brazil means global prices remain high.
Industry will remain a focus of increasingly stringent decarbonisation policies as nations address their climate goals.
Wildfires, rising sea levels and droughts creating new challenges for city governments, report says.
Fast moving digital landscape could leave CFOs lagging behind on the global competitiveness scale, report says.
The British currency spiked intraday on London-Brussels announcement but slid as the greenback rose.
Growth in demand, rising profits and regulatory support bodes well for the industry, according to a new report.
Merged company will have combined might of more than 9,500 screens spread across US and Europe.
President Nicolas Maduro says move designed to by-pass financial sanctions slapped on Caracas.
Move follows warning by cybersecurity chiefs to government departments about Russian software.
Russian and Saudi oil ministers came together to drive an extension of output cuts for another 12 months in line with market expectations.
Mohammed Saleh Al-Sada tells IBTimes UK that global crude demand remains healthy and the market is rebalancing.
Russia's participation is less than certain after Kremlin expresses concern about length of the proposed extension.
Having spent the last 10 years covering Opec, the IBTimes Business Editor provides a peek inside the 'central bank of oil'.
Report finds negative impact of Brexit vote is being countered by economic resilience.
Crude futures slide on perceived uptick in US production and Russian reluctance to go along with cartel.
New audit by utility company points to 'hidden environmental menace' of water leakage.
Benoit Coeure, a senior central banking official, says "economic agents could become less anchored to actual activity and more prone to manias and panics."
The world's first all-you-can-fly subscription-based airline that deploys private jets says it is responding to users' feedback.
Unable to pin a figure on the cost of servicing UK debt under a Labour government, shadow chancellor claims any amount he borrows would 'pay for itself.'