A director of Barclays' retail bank is a leading candidate to become the most senior figure in English football.
For many within British business, the path to Brexit has felt like a tortuous exercise.
Global stock markets have plunged after latest economic data spurred renewed fears of an economic slowdown - while at the same time the pound rose sharply on latest Brexit developments.
The fashion retailer set up by Liam Gallagher, the former Oasis frontman, is preparing to appoint administrators next week as it becomes the latest victim of a brutal retail environment.
Sainsbury's and Asda have offered to sell up to 150 stores in an attempt to address concerns raised by competition authorities over their planned merger.
The chairman of Britain's biggest bookmaker is drawing up plans to step down weeks after infuriating investors by selling a £6m stake in the company.
Indonesia's national carrier Garuda has cancelled a multibillion-dollar order for 49 Boeing 737 MAX 8 jets after two fatal crashes involving the plane.
Travel operator Thomas Cook has announced plans to close 21 high street stores, resulting in 320 job losses.
Shares in struggling department store Debenhams have plunged by 45% after it announced the next step in a refinancing plan which could see stock holders including Mike Ashley wiped out.
EU leaders have granted Theresa May's request to delay Brexit, giving the UK a two-tier extension.
Debenhams is on the verge of securing a £200m funding lifeline from lenders that would position the ailing department store chain to evade the clutches of Mike Ashley, its biggest shareholder.
Sky News can reveal that the government has taken out hundreds of gagging orders as part of its preparations for a no-deal Brexit.
House builder Persimmon says buyers will be able to hold back thousands of pounds worth of the price of a home so that faults can be fixed, in an industry first.
Theresa May is facing demands to change course over Brexit from the CBI and TUC as she pleads for a Brexit delay in Brussels.
The UK economy provided some unexpected positive news today as high street sales grew by more than anticipated and the public finances continued to outperform.
One of Britain's biggest steel stockholding businesses is in last-ditch talks to avoid collapse just days after MPs accused the government of neglecting the wider steel industry.
The Bank of England has warned that the "nature and timing" of the UK's departure from the EU will determine the country’s economic outlook.
Fashion retailer Next says a no-deal Brexit could save it up to £15m thanks to lower tariffs and that it would pass on "modest" savings to shoppers.
Small businesses are resigned to whatever happens with Brexit as they do not have the resources to plan for a no-deal scenario, according to the Federation of Small Businesses.