A former boss of the De Vere hotel and leisure group will be named this week as the new chairman of Sir Philip Green's high street empire.
Marks & Spencer's former clothing boss Jill McDonald, who was sacked by the retailer in July, has been appointed Costa Coffee's new chief executive.
KPMG is taking the axe to its in-house project management team as part of a programme to slash tens of millions of pounds from the big four accountancy firm’s annual cost base.
Boris Johnson has announced the Conservatives will raise the threshold for paying national insurance to £12,500 within five years.
A US safety agency report on a self-drive car that killed a pedestrian, has blamed a poor safety culture at Uber and the vehicle's back-up driver.
The head of BP in the UK and Europe has told Sky News he is "disappointed" arts institutions including the Royal Shakespeare Company have ended their partnership with the oil giant.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has warned taxpayers to prepare for a surge in activity by fraudsters.
Fever-Tree has cut its full-year revenue forecasts, blaming the consumer spending slowdown in the UK.
Sports car maker Aston Martin has launched its first SUV hoping it will prove to be a hit with women.
Boeing should redesign engine covers on all its 737NG aircraft following an accident that killed a mother-of-two, investigators have said.