Vodafone group reveals that total revenue slipped 3.6% to €11.8bn for the fourth quarter, largely due to the sale of its subsidiary Vodafone Netherlands and FX movements.
Despite overall market conditions remaining challenging in 2017, Unilever reports underlying operating margin up 1.1%.
Whilst we might imagine our retirement to involve frequent cruise trips to the Caribbean or golf breaks in Marbella, the stark reality is that too often shoddy retirement planning means scrimping in our twilight years.
Banking chiefs have issued further warnings over the impact of Brexit on their sector.
Greene King is the latest pub group to feel the impact of poor winter weather.
Kier Group, saw its share price rise sharply in early morning trading after posting a positive business update.
Diageo, the multi-national beer and spirits company, has reported largely positive half-year figures however it warns that expected exchange rate movements are likely to knock full-year sales.
Insurers are set to pay out over £30m to businesses owed money by collapsed construction firm Carillion.
UK housebuilders had their best year in decade for starting work on new homes in 2017 and the outlook for 2018 is positive, according to the National House-Building Council (NHBC)
N Brown, the fashion retailer, saw its share price drop over 13% in mid-morning trading. Despite enjoying a record-breaking Christmas, the company reported deteriorating margins.
Pub group and brewer Marston's reveals that it took a hit from the snowy and icy weather in early December and between Christmas and New Year, although its pubs saw record sales on Christmas Day.
Pets at Home Group saw it share price rise over 8% to 196.7 after posting strong trading figures for three months to January 2018.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has ruled that 21st Century Fox's proposed takeover of Sky raises plurality concerns and is therefore not in the public interest.
Easyjet has reported strong first quarter numbers with total revenue up by 14.4% to £1,140m reflecting an increase of 1.4 million passengers carried through the period.
William Hill and Ladbrokes Coral have seen their share prices plummet as a potential government crackdown on fixed odds betting terminals appears imminent.