August 30, 2018

Wonga collapses into administration

Wonga, the payday loans company, has filed notice of its intention to appoint administrators.
August 30, 2018

Wonga collapses into administration

Britain's biggest payday loan company Wonga has collapsed and begun the process of appointing administrators.
August 30, 2018

Panasonic runs from Brexit Britain on tax haven fears

Panasonic is reportedly moving its European HQ from London to Amsterdam because it fears Brexit Britain being seen as a tax haven by the Japanese government.
August 30, 2018

Google hits back at Donald Trump’s latest bias claim

Google has rejected Donald Trump's latest allegation of bias, after the president claimed the tech giant promoted Barack Obama's State of the Union addresses but not his own.
August 30, 2018

Sending emails on commute ‘should count as working day’

Sending emails while commuting should be counted as part of the working day, according to researchers.
August 30, 2018

Wonga stops taking new loans amid collapse fears

Wonga, the struggling payday lender, has stopped taking new loans amid fears it is on the brink of crashing into administration.
August 30, 2018

SSE merger with npower provisionally cleared

The proposed household energy supply merger between 'big six' players SSE and npower has been provisionally cleared by regulators.
August 30, 2018

Vodafone’s Australia operation in $15bn merger

Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA) and TPG Telecom have announced plans to merge in a deal creating a company worth AUS$15bn (£8.4bn).
August 30, 2018

Brexit prompts surge in Brits learning languages

Some Britons unhappy with the UK's decision to leave the European Union have opted for an unusual form of protest - learning a new language.
August 30, 2018

France ‘to help’ forge EU deal with UK after Brexit

The French president will push EU leaders to make a post-Brexit deal with the UK at an upcoming meeting.
August 29, 2018

Hot weather to scorch £320m retail sales

British retailers are preparing for a £320m hit to their collective bottom line in September, as predicted high temperatures torch their sales.
August 29, 2018

‘Scallop wars’: British fishermen ‘had every right to be there’

Theresa May has called for an "amicable solution" to the ongoing row between French and British fisherman after their dispute over scallops turned violent.