One of the most totemic moments of the financial crisis was when, at the end of November 2008, Woolworths went into administration after 99 years on Britain's high streets.
The City watchdog has appealed for its staff to clean up their own act over "shameful" working conditions at the regulator's new London headquarters.
Sir Richard Branson has apologised after posting a photograph from a launch event in South Africa that only included white people.
The industrial conglomerate Liberty House is reviewing its future ownership of a business which is among the biggest automotive industry suppliers in the Midlands.
UK-based mobile giant Vodafone sank to a loss of £1.6bn after a ruling by India's top court threatens to land it with huge fees and penalties.
Travellers planning to take advantage of a Black Friday holiday deal are being warned they may not be the bargains they appear.
The number of people in work has seen its biggest drop in more than four years as the number of job vacancies also slumped, official figures show.
Formula 1 race cars will run on sustainable fuel in an effort to all but eliminate greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.
A Tesco advert featuring a photograph of Mel B has been taken down after the Spice Girl complained.
Uber's CEO admits he was "wrong" to say the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was a "mistake" for which the country should be "forgiven".
The Chinese rescue of British Steel is replete with irony and creates more questions than answers.
A former Centrica executive is being lined up by Britain’s biggest water companies to become their chief lobbyist as they battle the threat of nationalisation and a regulatory crackdown.
British Steel has been saved in a rescue deal by a Chinese industrial giant safeguarding up to 4,000 jobs, it has been confirmed.
Let's start with the good news.
The UK has dodged a recession despite seeing the biggest year-on-year slowdown in nearly a decade.
Britain's biggest bakery chain Greggs has raised its profit forecast for 2019 in the face of continued "very strong" trading.
British Steel is on the verge of sealing a £70m rescue deal with a Chinese industrial giant that could save thousands of UK jobs.
Visa is to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to acquire a stake in Interswitch, an African payments group, in a deal that will see it becoming the continent's latest technology 'unicorn'.
Iran has discovered a new oil field that could provide an estimated 50 billion barrels, according to the country's president.
A major bank is being investigated following allegations that the algorithms it uses to set credit limits for the Apple Card are sexist.