The Pfizer, Allergan merger effort has reignited a debate over corporate inversions, says Yevgeniy Feyman. But US jobs are not really at stake.
Prime Minister David Cameron says he does not stand to benefit from any offshore funds or trusts.
Lothar Mentel, CIO of Tatton Investment Management, says the merger with Deutsche Boerse will streamline settlements and bring down costs.
Glencore is close to the sale of a large stake in its agriculture business which would help strengthen its balance sheet, the Financial Times reports.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde is urging governments to take action to protect the recovery.
Michael Browne, fund manager at Martin Currie, says rising inflation will hit the U.K. consumer in the near term.
Richard Kelly, head of global strategy at TD Securities, looks at the currency markets and how U.K.’s sterling could be impacted by the EU referendum.
Nicla Di Palma, equity analyst at Brewin Dolphin, comments on the competitiveness of U.K. retailer Marks and Spencer.
As the U.K.’s new minimum wage came into force on Friday, a report showed that spending power in the country is already at its highest in at least six years.
This Starbucks executive left a high-powered job to pursue entrepreneurship, and it paid off. Here are his ingredients for success.
CNBC's Gemma Acton discusses U.K. house prices as a new surcharge on buy-to-let landlords comes into effect.
Dr Adam Marshall, executive director of policy and external affairs at British Chambers of Commerce, talks about concerns held by U.K. businesses.
Dr Adam Marshall, executive director of policy and external affairs at British Chambers of Commerce, discusses the impact of the new living wage.
U.K. house prices rose over their fastest pace in over 12 months in March, up 5.7 percent according to Nationwide. CNBC’s Gemma Acton discusses the property market.
There are more than a few potential pitfalls that could make investors eager to "sell in May" this year.
John Mills, chairman of JML Group, says the U.K.'s business community is split over the issue of Britain leaving the European Union.
The British steel industry suffered a blow as Tata confirmed fears that it was about to put its UK business up for sale, reports the Financial Times.
An Uber passenger was taken on a 20 mile detour around London and was charged over £100 ($142.82) for the journey, the MailOnline reported.
Hassle.com co-founder, Alex Depledge discusses why companies in the tech and sharing economy space would prefer to stay in the European Union.
The man tasked with bringing in the money for Manchester United remains very confident about the prospects of the soccer club over the long term.