ITV, Britain's largest commercial broadcaster, has reported a 40pc jump in first half profits, with viewing figures boosted by the World Cup.
Attempts to defuse public anger over energy bosses' pay by appointing a new, cheaper, chief executive at British Gas were widely criticised yesterday.
Household energy bills should fall by �12 a year, under new plans to cap spending on Britain's power networks, regulator Ofgem has said.
Civil servants at Revenue & Customs will today begin a three-day walkout across the country to protest job cuts. Members of the Public and Commercial Services union are striking to coincide with the deadline for tax credit renewals and a key date for ...
Twitter ended months of being the most unloved social media stock on Wall Street on Tuesday in spectacular fashion, with an earnings statement that sent its value jumping by almost one-third after hours.