Businesses are being urged to "speak out early" in favour of staying in a reformed European Union by the Confederation of British Industry.Read the full story ›
Deutsche Bank will consider whether it should relocate some of its UK operation to mainland Europe if Britain decides to leave the EU, according to reports.
The German lender, which employs about 8,000 people in the UK, has established a working group to assess the consequences of a possible "Brexit" following an in/out referendum, which David Cameron has pledged to hold by 2017.
The Financial Times said it was the first financial giant to formally review its position and it will consider whether to move some parts of the business back to Germany
Unions face attacks from the new Government on a greater scale than in the 1980s, according to a top official.Read the full story ›
At least £10 billion is to be cut from business red tape over the next five years, the Conservatives are to announce.
New Business Secretary Sajid Javid said an Enterprise Bill will be included in next week's Queen's Speech, aimed at helping to create two million jobs.
In a visit today to Bristol, where he grew up above his parent's shop, Mr Javid is expected to say:
Small businesses are Britain's engine room and the success of our whole economy is built on the hard work and determination of the people who run and work for them.
We will sweep away burdensome red tape, get heavy handed regulators off firms' backs and create a Small Business Conciliation Service to help resolve disputes.
The boss of the construction equipment firm says warnings on job losses are scaremongering and the UK must leave if there's no reform.Read the full story ›
The company has topped a league table of complaints with the highest number ever recorded for a UK energy firm in a three-month period.Read the full story ›
Honda has announced it recalling another 4.8 million cars to replace potentially fatal air bags.
The global recall comes a day after Toyota Motor Corp and Nissan Motor Co announced they were recalling 6.5 million vehicles worldwide.
All three firms used airbags by Japanese company Takata Corp, which investigations showed were not properly sealed and could be damaged by moisture.
The airbags can erupt with too much force, spraying shrapnel inside the car.
Six deaths have so far been linked to the defective air bags, all on cars made by Honda.
Today's recall brings Honda's total number of recalls to 19.6 million vehicles.
Employees aged 50 and over are far less likely to fake an illness to get out of work than younger staff, a new study has found.Read the full story ›