Reckitt chief says sorry to South Korea

First remarks since protests over products linked to 92 deaths

Centrica: green party

Raising money seems eminently sensible

Green calls on MP to quit BHS inquiry

Retail tycoon hits out after Frank Field says knighthood could be stripped

Sir Philip Green’s statement

‘How can this be a balanced hearing based on this outrageous outburst this afternoon?’

Burberry considers new senior appointment

Luxury group may seek support for its CEO after investor concerns

Barclays: retreat from Africa

This is a bad time for a forced sale

Japan’s premier warns on Brexit threat

Abe says Britain would no longer be ‘gateway’ to Europe

Shares in RSA have risen 9% since Stephen Hester became chief executive
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CEO Stephen Hester doubles down on RSA

Insurance boss bets £500,000 in own money on company’s brighter future

Sheikh aims to revive $10bn Barclays claim

Businessman is pursuing damages over Saudi-backed property deal

Hotel Chocolat float values group at £167m

Founders Angus Thirlwell and Peter Harris to share £43m chunk

Rolls-Royce: in the long run, we’re sure

The engineer’s problem has been predicting the short term

Centrica stock plunges as it raises £700m

British Gas owner’s stock falls almost 10% as placing catches shareholders off guard

Inmarsat: lower orbit

Revenues are being squeezed as new services roll out

Bailey’s blurred role at Burberry

By definition, a chief executive who needs support is a chief executive in trouble

Barclays sells stake in African subsidiary

South Africa’s state-owned pension fund manager has bought 10% of the shares being sold

BT to invest £6bn in ‘ultrafast’ broadband

Group aims to head off regulatory attack on Openreach business

Trinity Mirror to close New Day

Publisher badly overestimates demand for ‘optimistic’ title

The Greens both have questions to answer

Select committees have a duty to hold important people to account

Tata deadline delayed for Brexit poll

Timeframe for offers to save steel plants extended until after June 23 referendum

UK finance sector’s shrinkage has limits

Sector has its challenges but slice it takes as assets grow will keep pace


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