Britain's pensions regulator has agreed a cash settlement worth up to 363 million pounds with Philip Green, the former owner of collapsed department store BHS, it said on Tuesday.
The Work and Pensions Committee publishes research on the state pension triple lock and state pension age ahead of a Commons debate this afternoon.
The London Stock Exchange has all-but ended a planned merger with Deutsche Boerse to create Europe's biggest stock exchange.
British insurer esure Group Plc has said it expects 2016 group profit to be ahead of market expectations, helped by strong investment return.
The UK ranks 103 out of 112 countries for pay real wage growth since the financial crisis, according to a report by the TUC.
Workers in the UK performed £33.6 billion worth of unpaid overtime last year.
British Airways owner IAG (ICAG.L) reported an 8.6 percent rise in annual operating profit in line with expectations on Friday and said it would increase cash returns to shareholders through a stock buyback.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L) reported a sharp rise in losses on Friday as higher misconduct charges and restructuring costs underscored the challenges facing the lender nine years after it was bailed out in the world's biggest bank rescue.
John Lewis, Britain biggest department store group, said it was planning to cut hundreds of jobs in a reorganisation of its soft furnishings retailing business and changes to the way it operates its in-store restaurants.
Anglo-Dutch consumer goods group Unilever said it was reviewing its options to drive shareholder value.
Lloyds Banking Group reported its highest full-year profit in a decade on Wednesday, as the taxpayer-backed bank nears a complete recovery from its crisis-era past.
HSBC reported a 62 percent slump in annual pre-tax profit that fell way short of analysts' estimates as the British bank took hefty writedowns from its restructuring.
Britain will fail to close the pay gap between men and women within a generation as promised without more flexible working, paternal leave, and encouraging women aged over 40 back to work, a parliamentary committee has said.
Prime Minister Theresa May will have a private conversation with the chief executive of Peugeot Carlos Tavares and is determined to protect Britain's car industry.
The RMT union is to ballot Night Tube drivers for strike action and action over what they claim is a block on career progression which has been imposed by London Underground.
U.S. food company Kraft Heinz Co withdrew its proposal for a $143-billion merger with larger rival Unilever Plc, raising questions about whether Kraft will turn its focus to another target.
Online retailer Amazon is set to create more than 5,000 jobs in Britain this year, boosting its investment in the country once more even as it prepares to leave the European Union.
The chief executive of Peugeot manufacturer PSA Group will meet Theresa May to discuss his firm's planned acquisition of General Motors' Opel and Vauxhall.
UK employers spending £6 billion less on skills than the European average, according to a new report by the IPPR think tank.
Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson has announced people could get their Council Tax free for a year if they report fly-tippers.
Insurer Aegon has reported a better-than-expected underlying pretax profit of $591 million for the fourth quarter, up 27 percent on the same period a year earlier.
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