Shareholder groups of Royal Bank of Scotland will be given a vote later this year that could see retail investors have more of a say in some aspects of the business.
Britain and the European Union have agreed a 21-month Brexit transition deal to smooth the break-up after March 2019, though the Irish border remains one of several issues not yet resolved and it was described by some as "not a decisive breakthrough".
G20 financial leaders are set to discuss regulations for cryptocurrencies at a summit in Buenos Aires, with Bank of England Governor Mark Carney warning that bitcoin and its peers are evolving at such a rate that they could become a threat to the financial system.
BT Group will close its defined benefits pension scheme after reaching an agreement with the Communication Workers Union (CWU) on Monday to secure pension arrangements for 20,000 employees.
Independent charities network Citizens Advice has called for people utilising high-interest "doorstep loans" to be provided with the same level of protection as those with payday loans in order to be spared millions of pounds of excess fees and charges per year.
The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) announced on Monday that it has begun an investigation into Carillion's former group finance directors Richard Adam and Zafar Khan.
Aerospace engineering giant Rolls Royce has entered into an agreement with UK company Superdielectrics to develop materials that challenge the dominance of traditional batteries.
Average asking prices paid by first- and second-time buyers in Britain hit records levels this month, although overall prices in the capital fell, according to data released by Rightmove on Monday.
The UK government was under further pressure on Friday over Northern Ireland as a cross-party group of MPs said it saw no real chance of a frictionless border with the Republic of Ireland after Brexit.
Workers at Gatwick Airport have begun balloting for strike action in a dispute over a below inflation pay increase, the Unite union said on Friday.
The Gibraltar government it has warned it would review European Union citizens’ rights living and working in the Rock if the Spanish government invokes the veto to exclude the region from a Brexit transition deal between the UK and the EU.
UK retailers enjoyed their best in-store results since last April as customers flocked back to shops last week after snow had disrupted trading earlier in the month, according to data published on Friday.
Cryptocurrency mining uses 1% of UK electricity and poses little threat to the country’s supply of energy due to “rip-off” prices, says the National Grid, as Bank of England raises concern about consumption.
Cocoa plants as we know them are expected to become extinct by as early as 2050 as global warming pushes temperatures higher and levels of humidity fall, the World Economic Forum said on Thursday.
The US Treasury has imposed sanctions on 19 Russians who it accuses of involvement in interference in the 2016 US presidential race and other "ongoing nefarious attacks".
Four select committees formed by UK members of parliament have called for a new Clean Air Act to tackle the UK’s air pollution problem, which they said could provoke half a million more early deaths after Brexit if left undealt with.
Sentiment among US housebuilders remained strong in March, according to data released on Thursday.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits declined in line with expectations last week, according to data released by the Labor Department on Thursday.
Manufacturing conditions in the Philadelphia region deteriorated a little more than expected in March, according to a survey out on Thursday.
UK consumers lost £236m due to authorised push payment scams in 2017 as deception and impersonation continue to drive fraud according to data released by UK Finance on Thursday.