Full List Of Stories
Boohoo's chairman and co-founder has bought 300,000 of its shares in a bid to demonstrate confidence in the company after its auditor quit.
National Express has appointed former FedEx executive Ignacio Garat as its chief executive, ending a four-month search for a new boss.
IAG has replaced Alex Cruz as chief executive of British Airways with Aer Lingus's Sean Doyle in a shake-up under the group's new boss Luis Gallego.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill is on the brink of administration putting about 24,000 jobs at risk, according to reports.
The Bank of England and the Financial Conduct Authority have told the City to prepare for potential market disruption when the UK leaves the EU at the end of 2020.
Treatt said it would pay a final dividend in line with policy and that it was cautiously optimistic about the outlook for the current year.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak is preparing to announce a local job furlough scheme for workers at businesses forced to close by new Covid-19 restrictions.
UK construction activity rose in August but was still more than 10% less than before the Covid-19 crisis, official figures showed.
Petropavlovsk said annual gold production would be less than expected and that it had delayed full commissioning of its Pioneer flotation plant in Russia.
TP Icap has agreed to buy Liquidnet Holdings for up to $700m (£541m) to accelerate the modernisation and diversification of its business.
British Land reinstated its dividend after performance at its retail assets improved following the Covid-19 lockdown.
Visits to UK shopping locations dropped during September as Covid-19 infections rose and restrictions were tightened, industry figures showed.
London Stock Exchange is close to agreeing the sale of Borsa Italiana for about €4. 5bn (£4. 1bn) to Euronext and two Italian lenders, Bloomberg reported.
TalkTalk is in discussions to be taken private by Toscafund Asset Management after the investment firm approached it about a cash offer valuing the company at £1. 12bn.
More than a third of votes by Restaurant Group shareholders opposed a pay deal for Chief Executive Andy Hornby after the company cut thousands of jobs in the Covid-19 crisis.
The Governor of the Bank of England said risks to Britain's economy were "very much on the downside" and that the BoE was ready to take aggressive action to limit the impact of a resurgence in coronavirus cases.
XP Power has replaced the head of its remuneration committee after shareholders protested over pay at its last annual general meeting.
CMC Markets upgraded its guidance for annual revenue after trading revenue more than doubled to a record in the first half.
Hargreaves Lansdown said it made a good start to the financial year as the investment platform reported £0. 8bn of net new business and revenue up 12% in the first quarter.
Concerns about prospects for the housing market deepened as activity stayed strong in the short term, a RICS survey showed.