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.
Boeing has announced that the fall-out from the crash of two of its 737 Max 8 planes has cost the company at least one billion dollars.
Back to Westminster now – and business leaders have expressed some relief that there will be no Brexit ‘cliff edge’ tomorrow – saying an imminent economic crisis has been averted – but they’re certainly not celebrating yet.
While Brexit may be paralysing the political process, it’s had an unexpected effect on the economy in the past month.
Angela Merkel has promised to stand with Ireland every step of the way, vowing to do everything she can to prevent a No-Deal Brexit. Speaking after a meeting in Dublin with the Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar, she said she still hoped for an orderly Brexit. Our business editor Siobhan Kennedy has spent the day…
Britain’s top civil servant has warned that a no-deal Brexit would be “catastrophic” for British business.
New research shows British manufacturers are engaging in record levels of stockpiling to protect against the possibility of a no-deal Brexit.
Channel 4 News has obtained internal Facebook emails which raise questions over its approach to removing anti-Semitic content.
Boeing has unveiled details of a software fix for its 737 Max aircraft, designed to rebuild confidence and get the plane flying again after two fatal crashes in just a few months.
The EU has said it has completed its planning for a no-deal Brexit and warned again that that scenario remains the most likely outcome.
Amid the political mayhem, the Chancellor stuck to the date he had in his diary and delivered his spring statement, giving us a snapshot of the economy’s performance and hints of spending to come.
Many British companies fear a no-deal Brexit may make the UK unattractive as a manufacturing base.
The Prime Minister has once again backed the Transport Secretary Chris Grayling as he faced further criticism in parliament over the awarding of a contract to provide ferries in the event of a no-deal Brexit to a company with no ships. Theresa May insisted that due diligence was carried out before start-up company Seaborne Freight…
The Prime Minister continues to have “full confidence” in the Transport Secretary Chris Grayling, after the decision to cancel a controversial no-deal Brexit agreement which had been awarded to a ferry company with no ferries.
There’s more gloom for the British economy, with official figures showing last year the country experienced the weakest growth since 2012.
The ferry company with no ferries might be stranded in a port that isn’t a port.