Sports Direct is facing yet more fallout from its handling of its fashion chain USC's collapse, after it was alleged that it ignored attempts to consult with staff who were made redundant as it entered administration.
Campaigners have attacked the Co-operative Bank for handing its new chief executive a near �2m pay rise to keep him with the troubled lender for at least another 18 months.
The case of a pilot believed to have deliberately crashed a Germanwings airliner, killing all 150 on board, is shining a spotlight on a cost-savings measure on Canadian airplanes that a union representing flight attendants says is a risk to public safety.
Greece submitted a long-awaited list of structural reforms to its creditors yesterday as its leftist-led government warned it would stop meeting debt obligations if negotiations failed and aid was not forthcoming.
Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen said Friday that any increase in rock-bottom interest rates to �more normal� levels would be gradual and that rates would remain low �for some time� while the economy continues to recover.