Banks and other financial companies will be forced to tell their staff how to blow the whistle on bad behaviour from next year as part of the regulators' attempts to clean up the industry following several mis-selling and trading scandals.
The chief executive of beleaguered car giant Volkswagen has warned staff that changes at the company will not be painless, signalling that job cuts might lie ahead as the German auto maker deals with the biggest crisis in its history.
There are a number of reasons why the latest sales figures do not reflect the fallout from the emissions-testing woes at VW. 10:35, UK, Tuesday 06 October 2015.
On a yearly basis, prices rose 8.6 per cent on September a year ago, down from nine per cent in August - suggesting the much-anticipated post-summer bounceback has yet to take place.
Rolls-Royce has announced up to 400 job cuts at its marine division, taking the number of redundancies at the struggling business to about 1,000 in the past five months.