How low will it go? That’s the question being asked about the oil price across the world by industrialists, economists and politicians following Thursday’s decision by Opec not to curb output.
The idea that mobile phone operator O2 might be sold back to BT is a reminder that the corporate conquistadors of a few years back are firmly in retreat.
Is he the world’s most – to quote the film – awesome chief executive? To children, Jorgen Vig Knudstorp might just be.
Tills were ringing out across the country and traders were taking note.
Next week sees the presentation of Management Today magazine’s “Most Admired” awards.
The supermarket giant Morrisons has asked at least 180 of its food suppliers to extend its payment terms to 60 or even 90 days – in many cases more than doubling their current wait.
Vodafone has called in advisers to consider its options given that BT is likely to take over one or other of the mobile phone groups EE and O2.
The joint bid by Qatar and Brookfield to win control of Canary Wharf is close to collapse, _The Independent_ understands.
The energy giant BG Group will meet its key investors over the next few days in an attempt to see off the revolt over a £12m “golden hello” for its incoming chief executive, Helge Lund.
Fashion retailers are taking the opportunity of the Black Friday sales craze across British high streets to shift excess stock left over from the unseasonably warm autumn.
The Black Friday sales have been criticised by police after violence broke out among crowds vying for bargains.
Black Friday has swept through the nation, getting multiple people arrested and several others injured in the process...And while you battle your way to a cheap telly, retailers are laughing all the way to the bank.
The joint bid by Qatar and Canada’s Brookfield to win control of Canary Wharf is close to collapse, the Independent understands.
Sony Pictures has still not revived its computer systems after a hack earlier this week, leaving its staff working on pen and paper and unsure why they’re going in to work.
A lift - which moves sideways as well as vertically much like the one in _Charlie and the Chocolate Factory_ - has been designed by a German company.
Discount supermarket Aldi took a swipe at rivals as fights broke out across the UK with shoppers pushing and shoving their way to a cheap telly on Black Friday.
The usual decorum witnessed in Tesco stores across the UK was aggressively shoved aside and sent flying into a bargain bin on Black Friday as shoppers sought out the best deals in scenes of utter chaos.
Apple stores in the UK have opted not to take part in Black Friday, despite running promotions in the US — leaving resellers the only way that shoppers in Britain can get discounts on the company’s products.
Black Friday has caused chaos across the UK as desperate bargain hunters stormed supermarkets and started fights in the early hours of this morning.
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Docklands developer and bid target Songbird Estates has claimed its value had swollen by almost £500 million in just five months, putting further pressure on its Qatari and Canadian suitors to raise their £2.2 billion takeover pitch.
Quindell has been forced to deny it has lost a major contract with one of its key customers.
The price of a barrel of Brent fell to $70.96, a fresh four-year low, following oil cartel Opec’s decision yesterday to maintain production targets in the face of oversupply.
One of Britain’s most senior police officers has lambasted retailers for not doing enough to prevent “totally predictable” Black Friday chaos.
Britain’s energy regulator Ofgem has claimed success in forcing power firms to cut costs, saying electricity bills will be £2.1 billion cheaper as a result.
Black Friday has arrived — bringing with it deals on TVs, games consoles, laptops and tablets. Lots of the big tech companies are offering deals, and here’s the best so far, which will be updated through the day.
A number of retailers experienced technical difficulties this morning as shoppers rushed online to get a Black Friday bargain.
At least three people have been arrested for fighting over Black Friday bargains as huge crowds caused mayhem in shops across the UK.
It's that time of the year: Black Friday has arrived on our shores and retailers are hoping to cash in on the American shopping import. But what exactly is it?This is what you need to know:
When chief executive Dave Lewis took the decision early on in his Tesco career to suspend four, and later eight directors, there were some seriously raised eyebrows about the drastic nature of the move.