Brexit-backing businessman Sir James Dyson is to relocate the head office of the design and technology firm he founded from the UK to Singapore.
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Patisserie Valerie has collapsed into administration, putting up to 3,000 jobs at risk, after it was unable to extend its bank facilities amid allegations of fraud.
Brexit-backing businessman Sir James Dyson is to relocate the Dyson head office and tax base from the UK to Singapore.
Shipping operator P&O has announced it will be re-flagging its entire UK-registered fleet to Cyprus ahead of Brexit, in order to keep its tax arrangements within the European Union.
Bakery chain Patisserie Valerie has collapsed into administration, putting up to 2,800 jobs at risk.
EasyJet has said the chaos at Gatwick caused by drone sightings before Christmas cost it £15m, describing it as a "wake-up call" for UK airports.
Total pay awards hit their highest level in more than 10 years in the three months to November, according to official figures showing record employment in the run up to Brexit.
Pets at Home says it is considering spending an extra £8m stockpiling products, including food, in case of a "no-deal" Brexit.
Carlos Ghosn may have to remain in custody in Japan until his trial for alleged financial misconduct after his latest bid for freedom failed.
The world is at risk of an economic downturn if slowdowns in China, America or Europe ripple round the globe, according to the global chairman of consultancy giant PwC.
Cross-Channel freight trade could drop by between 75% and 87% for six months in the event of a "no-deal" Brexit, according to a Border Force document obtained by Sky News.
Loaves of bread, cereal boxes, meat and chocolate bars are among the items getting smaller because of "shrinkflation", government data suggests.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has further downgraded its global forecast for this year - warning a "no-deal" Brexit could trigger even lower growth.
The activist investor Elliott Advisors is exploring plans to acquire a big stake in Dixons Carphone following a slump in the mobile phone and electrical goods retailer's share price.
Millions of EU citizens now have until June 2021 to apply for settled status in the UK, as the post-Brexit registration system opens nationwide.
Mountain Warehouse says it is on course for record annual profits after shrugging off the high street crisis to post strong sales growth over the Christmas period.
Picture China's economy and you might be thinking of massive factories, gigantic airports or train stations built from scratch in 24 hours.
Environmental campaigners have accused Poundland of creating unnecessary plastic waste by selling a Valentine's Day gift consisting of a heart-shaped package with nothing in it.
The Sports Direct tycoon Mike Ashley is in talks to snap up another chunk of Britain's struggling high streets by tabling a bid to rescue HMV from administration.
Flybe's biggest shareholder has launched a stunning attack on its directors, accusing them of breaching their duties to investors and threatening a legal challenge to the cut-price takeover of one of Britain's best-known airlines.