July 10, 2020

Business

The FTSE-250 telecoms group TalkTalk has been rebuked by a major investor body for a lack of boardroom diversity, despite being a rarity among Britain’s largest companies in having a female-dominated executive team.

The owner of the Football Pools is plotting to buy a stake in Clarks, the 195-year-old shoe retailer which has been forced to slash its workforce amid the COVID-19 downturn.

One of Britain's largest gym chains says 178,000 people cancelled their membership during lockdown.

Royal Mail has been fined £1.5m for failing to deliver first class post on time.

The publisher of the anti-Brexit newspaper The New European has asked bidders to table offers before the end of next week as it races to secure new funding amid an industry-wide crisis.

Tesla is on the verge of joining the prestigious S&P 500 stock market index following a year in which its shares have risen by more than 580%.

UK-listed engineering firm Senior has said it cut 12% of its workforce during the first half of the year as the coronavirus lockdown took its toll.

UK-listed engineering firm Senior has said it cut 12% of its workforce during the first half of the year as the coronavirus lockdown took its toll.

Consumers in the UK could face higher prices next year unless a tariff-free trade deal with the EU can be reached, the British Retail Consortium has warned.

Cruise operators continue to be left in the cold, despite restrictions easing on air travel.

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