Turnaround will encompass rebrand, store sales and expansion in the Middle East
Challenger banks claim they will be disproportionately hit by new profit surcharge
Ryanair has upgraded its profits forecast for 2015 by 25 per cent after a strong summer
Luxury carmaker hopes its new Dawn will convert women and young drivers to the Rolls-Royce brand
CBI says move would run counter to proposals designed to encourage energy competition
Sportingbet owner's higher £1.1bn offer chosen after protracted process
How energy reforms could affect your business – and how E.ON can help
McDonald's could live to regret dismissing 'peace treaty' offered by its main rival
Supermarket follows vow to use only British milk in yoghurts with premium price pledge on cheese
Company says rebrand is designed to ensure logo works across 'different screens and experiences'
Out of 5.5 million female accounts, 'roughly zero per cent had ever shown any kind of activity at all'
Latest consolidation comes after Ladbrokes announces buyout of rival Gala Coral
Shops blame higher costs, but Costa and Burger King were found to be charging the same as on the high street
Ofcom is reviewing whether separating Openreach from BT would improve competition
Company says hub will offer support to the sizable community of technology startups in the Capital
Sir Howard Davies says latest attack does Gatwick and its boss Stewart Wingate "no credit"
Boss admits stockmarket listing is some way off as losses likely to continue for two years
Latest £187m contract to build eight new schools comes on top of major outsourcing win
Profits fall a staggering 65 per cent and problems will persist until the end of 2016
Group buys back some of its own shares and amends ownership rules to ensure independence