Shares in Sports Direct fell 8 per cent in morning trading after growth slowed and the sports retailer became embroiled in a high street price war with rivals and a spat with Adidas over Chelsea's football kit.
LONDON (Reuters) - Billions of pounds of further cuts to Britain's welfare system will have to be taken by the country's next government to avoid deeper cuts in public services, Chancellor George Osborne said on Thursday.
The former finance director of Bradford & Bingley has been fined �30,000 for failing to update the bank's board about its deteriorating financial position during an emergency cash call in the early stages of the banking crisis.
The gap between what men and women earn in work has widened for the first time in five years, new figures show. Full-time men now earn 10 per cent more than their female colleagues, but including all employees the gap has risen 19.6 per cent to 19.7 per ...
The government is being urged to set up a specialist food crime unit to help prevent a repeat of this year's horse meat scandal.