Thomas Cook cabin crew voted in favour of a strike in a row over health and safety, the Unite union has said. About half of union members voted, with 74% of those backing industrial action in the dispute over rest breaks.
Sir Philip Green had a “caring approach” to the BHS pension scheme and even offered investment advice to the trustees, yet refused to budge beyond his firm's contribution to address its black hole in the years before he sold the firm, the former ...
Greece's creditors agreed a wide-ranging deal to secure debt relief for the country, after marathon talks in Brussels last night.
A group better known for its investigations of the banking and energy sectors has taken on the fashion industry, with five of London's top model agencies named in an inquiry into price collusion by the competition watchdog.
LONDON A warning from Marks & Spencer's new boss of a short-term profit hit from efforts to turn around its clothing business by cutting prices and improving ranges knocked its shares on Wednesday.