September 7, 2018

BA promises compensation after 380,000 hit by hack

British Airways has promised to compensate customers following a major hack that compromised the bank card information of around 380,000 customers.
September 7, 2018

Greene King scores high in World Cup drinking stakes

A warm summer and the World Cup provided pub chain and brewer Greene King "positive momentum" for a boost in sales, the company revealed in its latest trading update.
September 6, 2018

BA calls in police as customer data hacked

British Airways says personal and financial details have been compromised in a customer data theft from its website.
September 6, 2018

Tax cut scrapped for 3m self-employed workers

A planned tax cut for millions of self-employed workers has been scrapped by Chancellor Philip Hammond.
September 6, 2018

Tax cut scrapped for 3m self-employed workers

A planned tax cut for millions of self-employed workers has been scrapped by Chancellor Philip Hammond.
September 6, 2018

Lloyds buyout bosses to reap huge NEC windfalls

The executives who run Lloyds Banking Group's private equity arm could receive a collective windfall of more than £100m from a sale of the NEC Group, one of Britain's biggest live events and exhibitions operators.
September 6, 2018

New visas to plug UK’s fruit-picking shortfall

British farmers will be given the green light to recruit up to 2,500 migrants a year to alleviate labour shortages.
September 6, 2018

Apple’s takeover of Shazam cleared by EU

Apple's £286m takeover of UK-based music app Shazam has been cleared by EU regulators.
September 6, 2018

UK music industry sounds Brexit warning

The music industry has warned the success of UK artists will be threatened by a bad Brexit deal.
September 6, 2018

Carlsberg replaces plastic ring can holders with glue

Brewing giant Carlsberg is to replace the plastic can holders in its multi-packs of lager with recyclable glue.
September 6, 2018

Thameslink owner’s profits up despite train chaos

Go-Ahead, the operator behind Great Northern and Thameslink trains, has apologised for disruption to passengers' journeys as it reported a 6% rise in annual profits.
September 6, 2018

Burberry to stop burning stock and selling real fur

Luxury fashion house Burberry has announced that it will stop burning unsold stock and selling real fur.