Milford Haven sale saves 400 jobs

Klesch Group buys Welsh facility after four years on market

Celtic Array axed in blow to renewables

Move is latest in series of offshore wind farm cancellations

SFO pays £1.5m to Robert Tchenguiz

Payment settles brothers’ damages claim

A generic picture of a British Telecom engineer removing old telecom poles and replacing them with new ones as well as replacing telephone cables in the Carron Valley, area near Stirling.

Shortage of engineers threatens UK growth

Skills gap poses threat to business, say 60% of employers

Help to Buy used by almost 40,000 people

Labour slams coalition for lowest housebuilding level since 1920s

Barclays revamp remains work in progress

Investors welcome signs cost cuts and restructuring are working

Eastbourne pier engulfed by fire

Large firefighter team tackle blaze on Grade II* listed structure

Challenges for business in Scots UK exit

A Yes vote could hurt some sectors, boost others

Foreign investors sell off gilts

Reduced holdings come ahead of a possible rise in interest rates

UK bankers feel shortchanged by bonus clampdown

Industry worried about red tape, enforcement and competition

London has world’s biggest theatre audience

Study says 2012-13 attendances put the capital ahead of New York

Insurers worry driverless cars are ‘existential threat’

Announcement gives green light to vehicles

Ofgem tells retailers to pass on savings

Operating margin rose in one month from £101 to £106

Scottish businesses lack Yes vote plan

Survey finds companies relaxed about referendum

BoE unveils stricter rules on bonuses

Proposals include threat of jail for reckless bankers

Peers criticise ‘right to be forgotten’ ruling

European court attempting to ‘enforce the impossible’

£5.8bn of NHS work could go private

Slow rate of contract awards disappoints healthcare market

Mosley takes Google to UK High Court

Attempt to block material relating to sadomasochistic sex session

Pressure builds for homes in greenbelt

Population growth and lack of supply forcing change

UK court to hear Google ‘internet abuse’ case

Businessman seeks to block defamatory material in search results