A plan to privatise the way the Ministry of Defence buys defence equipment has been scrapped, costing millions of pounds of taxpayers' money.
Output from Britain's heavy industries rose more than expected in October, fuelling hopes that the UK's economic recovery, which has so far been driven by consumer spending, is broadening.
WASHINGTON—The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., Federal Reserve Board and Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday approved the Volcker rule, set to usher in a new era of tough oversight that drills to the core of Wall Street's profitable ...
Holiday giant TUI Travel celebrated a record year as families splashed out on all-in deals. The Thomson and First Choice owner made a £473million profit in the year to October, up by a fifth, despite a summer heatwave at home.
Premier Inn owner Whitbread put the brakes on the expansion of the hotel chain today as it announced it would open 500 less rooms than expected in the current financial year.