Chancellor George Osborne yesterday received a boost ahead of his emergency summer budget as official figures showed a better-than-expected improvement in the UK's public finances.
The online retail giant Amazon is going to start paying more tax in the UK following accusations that it avoided tax in its third largest market by funneling cash abroad.
Four giants of global banking agreed last week to pay more than $5 billion in fines to regulators and plead guilty in some instances to criminal offenses related to manipulating the global currency market.
The Bank of England revealed that it was researching the economic risks of Britain leaving the European Union, after details were accidentally emailed to an editor at The Guardian newspaper.
Big Tobacco is pushing back against Europe's effort to remove the marketing allure from smoking. Philip Morris International and British American Tobacco, two of the world's biggest tobacco companies, sued the British government over new rules, starting ...