Fev 20, 2017
Kraft backs out of Unilever bid after hostile reception
Kraft Heinz Co's (KHC.O) rapid retreat from its surprise $143 billion (£114.8 billion) bid for Unilever (ULVR.L) (UNc.AS) in the face of stiff resistance knocked the Anglo-Dutch company's shares on Monday as investors assessed the...
Fev 17, 2017
Struggling European banks see light at end of low-rates tunnel
Rock-bottom interest rates hurt more big European banks in 2016 than in the previous year, but the worst could soon be over with the prospect of rising borrowing costs rippling from the United States to Europe.
Fev 14, 2017
Scandal-struck Rolls-Royce crashes to £5bn record loss
Rolls-Royce today attempted to draw a "line in the sand" after huge fines over a bribery probe and the weak pound sent it hurtling to one of the largest losses in corporate history.
Fev 13, 2017
Ford pledges $1bn for AI start-up
Car giant Ford has announced that it is investing $1bn (£800m) over the next five years in artificial intelligence (AI) company Argo.
Fev 10, 2017
Should we let pollinating drones take over for honeybees?
Three-quarters of the world's food crops require pollination, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, but more than 40 percent of the species that perform this vital service are under threat....
Fev 9, 2017
Tata sells Speciality Steels business for £100m
Tata Steel UK chief Bimlendra Jha said the deal was good news for Speciality Steels and for Tata's core business in the UK
Fev 7, 2017
Aldi overtakes Co-op to become UK's fifth largest grocer
German-owned Aldi has overtaken the Co-operative as Britain's fifth biggest supermarket, industry data shows.
Fev 3, 2017
Snap's unconventional IPO will test staid investors
Snap has some unique ideas, such as its Spectacles video glasses, but how they will translate into substantial revenue streams is a question for investors