Berkshire Hathaway has further reduced its stake in Tesco after the investment group’s boss, Warren Buffett, admitted buying into the troubled supermarket group was a “huge mistake”.
Researchers argue for cap on caffeine levels, citing health risks, particularly when the drinks are consumed with alcohol
Global markets suffered sharp falls again as investor fears of an economic slowdown were reinforced by a poor set of US data.
Europe’s top banking regulator is cracking down on major banks, warning them they should not try to get around the EU’s cap on bonuses by handing their staff extra payments.
The prospects of an interest rate rise in the next few months have dimmed after inflation fell to a five-year low last month.
Germany has slashed its growth forecasts for this year and 2015, sparking calls for a public spending boost to prevent the eurozone falling into a triple-dip recession.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said last week that women should stay mum about asking for raises and instead trust "the system" and karma for pay rewards-ironicallyat an event focused on women in tech.
Some 27,000 customers of banks that were nationalised during the 2008 banking crisis have had their mortgages sold to a consortium led by the US bank JP Morgan.
Inflation has slumped to its lowest rate for five years, hitting 1.2% in September and taking pressure off the Bank of England to raise interest rates in coming months.
Technology policy is increasingly pitched as a zero-sum game: where London wins, it must do so by stealing startups and talent from Silicon Valley, New York, or Tel Aviv – or so conventional wisdom goes.
Marks & Spencer has been stripped of an award for reducing greenhouse gas emissions from its refrigerators in the latest edition of a long-running green ranking scheme.