William Hill and Ladbrokes Coral have seen their share prices plummet as a potential government crackdown on fixed odds betting terminals appears imminent.
Revolution Bars has posted a strong set of Christmas trading figures. Like-for-like sales in the four weeks from December 4 increased 5.9%, a record performance, according to the company.
Dixons Carphone has announced a 6% growth in Group like-for-like revenue over the Christmas period this year.
Shares in online grocery retailer Ocado rose sharply in early morning trading – up over 10% to 457.20 – following the company’s announcement of an agreement to partner with Sobeys.
No deal has been reached yet to re-open the US federal government. And while the financial impact of the impasse on markets and the economy is minimal so far
EMIS Group, the healthcare software provider, saw its share price plummet almost 16% in morning trading.
Royal Mail shares rose in early trading following an upbeat trading statement and assurances of “progress” in ongoing talks with unions over pay and pensions
After a difficult Christmas trading period and a tough year in general, Marks & Spencer is to close its London distribution centre in Neasdon, with up to 380 jobs in jeopardy.
Having rejected a £7.4bn hostile takeover bid earlier this week, GKN is now rejecting several of the key statements made by Melrose Industries at the time of the bid.
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Starbucks has won a trademark case to stop a company called Coffee Rocks using a very similar logo.
As the fallout continues from the collapse of Carillion, how have companies linked to the failed business fared?
Greggs, the UK bakery food retailer reports total sales up 7.4% for the fourth quarter.
Premier Foods, the UK food manufacturer and the company behind Bisto gravy and Mr Kipling cakes, reports a 4% increase in group sales for Q3 (compared to the same quarter last year) at £261.4m.
Rolls-Royce has launched a strategic review of L’Orange, the German division of its business that manufactures fuel injectors for diesel engines.