article 30 August 2016 World, Ireland
Apple and Ireland pledge to fight EU tax ruling

Apple and Ireland say they will contest an EU tax ruling that has landed the American tech giant with a 13 billion euro bill.

post 06 August 2016
Read more from Jon on Snowblog Sir Philip Green and the unwilling paparazzi

Strange. You are an off-duty journalist, taking a summer break in Greece. Suddenly the most ¿wanted¿ subject in business reporting pitches up in a vast super yacht at the mouth of the very bay where y

post 19 July 2016
Read more from Siobhan Kennedy A 'benign' Brexit forecast from the IMF?

Given the grim protestations of the IMF prior to Brexit some might be surprised to see the forecaster's view on the UK economy post the referendum.

post 24 June 2016
Read more from Siobhan Kennedy Brexit: memories of the great financial crash

It felt like a Lehman moment. A referendum result spiralling out of control.

post 10 June 2016
Read more from Helia Ebrahimi on her blog Cuts in benefits and pensions in secret Tata plan to keep Port Talbot?

Tata are working on a secret plan that would see them keep Port Talbot but cut £200m a year through job cuts and benefits reductions.

article 08 June 2016 UK
BHS: 'liar' Chappell 'threatened to kill' colleague

The ex-owner of BHS, Dominic Chappell, is a "premier league liar" who threatened to kill the high street chain's former chief executive, MPs are told.

post 25 May 2016
Read more from Helia Ebrahimi on her blog Tata Steel: secret plan to rewrite pension law

People involved in the discussions say the law could become a Pandora's box with "dangerous implications" for all UK pension schemes and employees.

article 25 April 2016 UK
BHS goes into administration

High street department chain BHS is going into administration, putting almost 11,000 jobs at risk.

article 11 March 2016 UK
Sports Direct's Mike Ashley blasts 'antagonistic' MP

Mike Ashley says he is "disgusted" by an MP's "deliberately antagonistic" stance towards his company Sports Direct.