Tesco's chief executive has told Sky News he will not take an axe to prices in the short term to win back shoppers, after first-half profits fell 92%.
There's no getting away from it: today's numbers from Tesco are horrible, whichever way you look at them.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer is to promise to get up to half a million more women into the workplace as part of a new Conservative push on the economy.
The London-focused estate agents, Foxtons, has issued a profits warning saying it has endured a "sharp and recent" slowdown in sales.
Russian officials investigating the plane crash that killed the Total oil company boss and three others have detained four more members of staff at Moscow's Vnukovo airport.
Lloyds Banking Group is to cut approximately 9,000 jobs - equating to just over 10% of its workforce - as part of moves to automate consumer-facing services at the UK's biggest...
One of the UK's most successful entrepreneurs has resigned from the board of Metro Bank as growing regulatory scruntiny increases the time commitment required from bank directors.
A report by MPs blames regulators and Co-op Bank's auditor KPMG for the collapse of the lenders attempt to buy 632 branches from Lloyds.
Camel cigarette maker Reynolds American Inc has banned smoking from its offices and buildings.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg surprised students in Beijing by conducting a question and answer session in Mandarin.