Computer giant Hewlett-Packard is set to cut more than 1,000 jobs in the UK as part of a global downsizing, the company announced today.
George Osborne tonight ordered another �3billion in spending cuts to fund a raft of giveaways in tomorrow's Autumn Statement.
As the British government aims to dispose of its stake in Eurostar, the company is setting its sights on a major expansion that could involve new domestic service in coming years.
When you fall out of fashion, it's hard to get back. Standard Chartered proved a good bet for investors after the financial crisis: Its heavy exposure to emerging markets enabled it to outperform its more Western-focused peers.
I've just had a briefing from Transport for London (TfL) on their revised business plan. This comes after yesterday's announcement that fares in London will go up "only" by the rate of inflation (RPI) 3.1% - as opposed to the expected 4.1%.