John Lewis had Monty the penguin, Apple has the 'power to create memories that transcend time'
After the John Lewis penguin comes another ad that tugs the heart strings in a different way
Miscalculation of holiday pay led to £47.3m pay-out to employees, counteracting company's sales surge
'It's better than working in the City,' says one staffer as even lowest paid shop assistants enjoy bonanza
G-Star Raw’s purchase is latest in growing trend of overseas demand for property in West End
Ruis, who turned 'fusty' store into fashion icon, jumps ship to become chief of Jigsaw
Is it worth betting on the Jockey Club and and the new wave of mini-bonds? There are drawbacks
Grocer to make first foray into online world - but how will Waitrose react to Ocado's deal with its rival?
Outgoing boss takes 'swipe' at rivals as she posts million-pound profit despite tricky retail climate
Clothing company accused of 'outrageous, bullying and arrogant letter'
Retailer tells companies to trim their invoices if they increase sales through its outlets
Employees to receive payouts worth nine weeks' pay despite looming cutbacks
Employees to receive payouts worth eight weeks' pay despite looming cutbacks
Post-Christmas retail gloom deepens as firm seen as model of ‘responsible capitalism’ wields axe
‘Best off in society have to contribute more – and that includes companies,’ says Business Secretary
Can people power force multinationals to start paying reasonable taxes? And who will a boycott really hurt?
John Lewis boss says his company will be out-traded by multinationals like Amazon because they pay less tax
John Lewis kicks off festive season with slick snowmen as Waitrose donates its ad budget to charity
Mistrust in disgraced banking giants is revealed by new survey