Employees of shipmaker Harland and Wolff cheered as they strode through the gates for their first day back at work.
Millions of workers in Britain have strong aspirations to run their own business but the vast majority believe they will never make it happen, according to new research.
“Woeful infrastructure” for electric vehicles and a lacklustre industrial policy is to blame for the closure of Honda’s Swindon plant, according to a leading expert on car manufacturing.
"Anti-business sentiment" may have forced one of the UK's richest businessman to move to Monaco, according to Taxpayers' Alliance spokesperson Chloe Westley.
A survey carried out by the Institute of Directors has revealed that a third of British businesses could move some operations abroad because of Brexit.
The chief executive of Airbus has warned that the company could 'redirect future investments' if there is a no deal Brexit
A campaigner with Global Justice Now said the UK is 'not powerless' to shut down tax loopholes that allow companies like Starbucks to lower their tax bill
Following a report released today on how Brexit will affect business, Baroness Verma has called for clearer guidance on how businesses should prepare for leaving the EU.
TSB boss Paul Pester will leave the bank with a payout of nearly £1.7 million despite standing down after a botched IT switch and ongoing technology failures.
Wonga, the payday loan company that charges up to 1,509% APR, is on the brink of administration, and has links to the Conservative party
Currently only companies with 250 or more employees are required to report on their gender pay gaps, but a committee wants smaller firms to publish the information too
Iain Duncan Smith says businesses should not try and involve themselves in Brexit negotiations, as two unions push government for 'urgency'
The Foreign Secretary is said to have exclaimed "f*** business" when asked about the Brexit fears of some company bosses.
Business minister Andrew Griffith said the excuses given by companies as to why no women were on their senior boards were "pitiful and patronising"
The number of contracts not guaranteeing regular hours represents 6% of all contracts, unchanged from the previous figure
The Daily Telegraph said Mr Hunt failed to notify Companies House of his 50% interest in Mare Pond Properties Limited
The Prime Minister used an article in The Telegraph to compare the pay gap to the women's suffrage campaign a century ago
Morgan Stanley has said it thinks there will be another general election in the UK at the end of next year
Former Dragon's Den panellist tells James Max the only thing that can ruin Brexit is the incompetence of our politicians
Real Housewives of Cheshire star Dawn Ward chatted to talkRADIO's showbiz reporter Johnny Seifert about the new series of the show
Brexit campaigner Gina Miller has called on the public to 'keep an eye' on the Government as the take us out of the European Union
In Philip Hammond's first budget he announced that small businesses and the self-employed will have to pay more taxes
Tony Blair has urged the British people to 'rise up' and change their minds about Brexit, as he believes we should remain in the European Union
Shareholders have been angered over the controversy on how Sports Direct is run, and are opposed to reelecting the company chairman