Tesco chairman Sir Richard Broadbent is to quit as an inquiry into its accounting practices reveals a £263m profit overstatement, resulting in a 92% fall in first-half profits.
There's no getting away from it: today's numbers from Tesco are horrible, whichever way you look at them.
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...
The London-focused estate agents, Foxtons, has issued a profits warning saying it has endured a "sharp and recent" slowdown in sales.
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.
One of Apple's first pre-assembled computers - the Apple-1 - has been sold for a record $905,000 (£564,000) at an auction in New York.
The owner of the DIY chain Homebase is to close a quarter of its stores over the next three years, leaving thousands of jobs hanging in the balance.
A blueprint to boost the economic might of cities in northern England has won support from David Cameron.
Apple has acknowledged the iCloud security threat for the first time, posting a new security warning for users of its online service.