United Airlines is reviewing its handling of a giant showcase rabbit that died after being shipped across the Atlantic from Britain on one of its flights, the latest in a growing list of customer complaints.
Swinton is planning to close a another 84 branches and cut as many as 900 jobs because the vast majority of its customers prefer to buy insurance online or over the phone.
A senior Deutsche Bank executive has warned that nearly half the German lender's 9,000 staff in the UK could be forced to leave the country under pressure from regulators because of Brexit.
An employment agency that provides staff for Sports Direct's largest warehouse is facing administration. Transline Group said it was suffering from "tighter margins in the recruitment industry".
McDonald's has announced it will offer its 115,000 UK employees the opportunity to switch from zero-hours contracts to fixed hour ones.