Siobhan Kennedy is the Business Editor, and her beat includes everything from industrial action and the long term impact of the recession to where growth is coming from in the economy.
Siobhan joined Channel 4 News in 2008, from The Times. As a newspaper reporter she worked as Politics and Business Correspondent, and before that the Mergers and Private Equity Correspondent. Before The Times, Siobhan worked for Reuters based in London and New York.
Both the US and British government have now pulled out of a high-profile conference due to be held in Saudi Arabia. Dozens of businesses have also bailed – not though, BAE Systems and three major accountancy firms who will be attending.
If you use Facebook, there is a good chance you were targeted in the EU referendum campaign by online ads making controversial claims, but not necessarily disclosing who was behind them.
As the Prime Minister prepares for a crucial EU summit in Brussels on Wednesday her Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab has dashed across the water to meet the EU’s Chief negotiator Michel Barnier. But back here Mr Raab’s predecessor David Davis, has called for a mutiny against Theresa May’s plans for leaving.
She owns an £11m house and a golf course, and spent over £16m at Harrods.
The coroner who ruled in the case of a schoolgirl who died of an allergic reaction after eating a Pret a Manger baguette has today written a damning report into his findings.
A report by the Inter-Governmental Panel on Climate Change for the United Nations says we need to act without delay to prevent the destruction of coral reefs and stop sea levels rising by as much as ten centimetres.
British Airways cabin crew have told an inquest into the death of a teenager who suffered an allergic reaction after eating a Pret a Manger sandwich that landing the plane took priority over fetching a defibrillator. Natasha Ednan-Laperouse, who was 15, collapsed on a flight from London to Nice, and went into cardiac arrest. But the…
Tesco has responded to competitors like Aldi and Lidl, who manage to sell things even cheaper, by launching its own discount stores under the brand name, Jack’s.
Rotterdam in the Netherlands is the biggest port in Europe, and a significant amount of its shipping ends up on these shores. In the city the prospect of a no-deal Brexit is alarming a number of businesses.
A Labour MP has told Channel 4 News she was “targeted” by activists for her support of Israel, after a vote of no confidence defeat among local members.
The bosses of Facebook and Twitter have appeared in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee. Another digital giant, Google, was invited to attend, but declined.
Brexit fears have led to the electronics giant Panasonic becoming the latest multinational company to announce it will move its European HQ out of the UK.
New rules requiring lenders to pay compensation for such high rates have forced Wonga itself into the red.
Amid warnings that places like Dover could be plunged into gridlock after Brexit, the department which will deal with the impact is under fire for “lack of detail” on how customs will cope. That’s according to a confidential report by HM customs seen by this programme, along with correspondence from one of its Brexit freight…
Senior managers at the Royal Bank of Scotland will not face any disciplinary action over the mistreatment of small businesses left struggling after the financial crisis. The bank’s controversial Global Restructuring Group has been accused of deliberately driving small firms into the ground so it could sell off their assets on the cheap. Furious business…