Unilever said it saw no merit in a proposed merger with US food group Kraft Heinz Co after rejecting a $143 billion offer.
British household spending barely rose in the year to the end of March 2016 and was around 5 percent below the level before the financial crisis, an official survey showed on Thursday.
A report looking into the highest rated supermarkets in the UK has been released after a study by Which?
The RMT union has confirmed that guards and drivers on Southern Rail will strike again on the 22nd February in the on-going disputes over the safety impact of the extension of Driver Only Operation and the removal of guards from services.
British workers saw their pay grow more slowly than expected at the end of last year, official data showed on Wednesday, ahead of a likely squeeze on their living standards from higher inflation in 2017.
Britain has contacted the president of General Motors to express concerns after the American firm opened talks to sell its European operation.
The world's largest amphibious aircraft, the China-made AG600, has passed engine tests and is expected to make its maiden flight this year.
Ahead of the Budget next month there are again calls for a new tax to be introduced on alcohol drinks.
British consumer prices rose last month at the fastest pace since June 2014 and are set to rise further, propelled by higher global oil prices and the Brexit-fuelled fall in the pound.
Rolls-Royce has posted a record reported loss of 4.6 billion pounds as the collapse in the pound from capped a difficult few years.
The proportion of landlords paying cash for a property reached 61% in January 2017.
The Welsh Government budget could be boosted by more than £120m a year by 2028, and £600m over the next decade.
More than a quarter of employers in Britain say staff members from other European Union countries have considered leaving their firms
2016 has proven a bumper year for the UK’s Creative Industries, with record-smashing results cementing our reputation as a hub for attracting, producing and retaining creative talent.
British Airways cabin crew members working for the carrier's mixed fleet are to hold four more days of strikes, starting on Feb. 17, the trade union Unite said on Friday.
British manufacturing grew more strongly than expected in December, showing the economy remained resilient to the end of the year despite June's Brexit vote shock, although 2017 looks likely to be more difficult.
Pub operator Greene King has said its comparable sales over the key three Christmas weeks were up 4.5 percent on strong sales growth in London.
Tour-operator Thomas Cook say that bookings for the summer are up on last year, but it remains cautious on the rest of 2017 given political and economic uncertainty.
German ground staff went on strike at Berlin's two airports on Wednesday, forcing the cancellation of 137 flights and delaying many more.
British homewares retailer Dunelm Group Plc said half-year pretax profit fell 26 percent, hurt by a weaker market and a short-term disruption to supply chain at its recently acquired Worldstores business.
The cost of an un-arranged overdraft of £100 with some high street banks is as much as 7.5 times higher than the maximum £24 charge on a payday loan, according to research by the consumer group Which?
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