Coco di Mama owner to test bidders' casual dining appetite
One of Britain's biggest casual dining operators is to begin testing buyers' appetite for a deal next year in a move that could see chains such as Ask and Coco di Mama changing hands.
Mike Ashley's heir is building a decent track record at Frasers
At some point, the naysayers who love to criticise Mike Ashley's Frasers Group for its governance are going to have to admit that, just maybe, the set-up is actually working.
Councillors back controversial golf course plan
Councillors have voted in favour of controversial plans to build a golf course within an area of protected sand dunes in the Scottish Highlands.
Rees-Mogg's investment management firm to shut
The investment management firm co-founded by Tory MP and former business secretary Sir Jacob Rees-Mogg is to be wound down.
McDonald's to launch new chain in bid to compete with Starbucks
McDonald's is testing a coffee shop-style restaurant that puts it in competition with the likes of Starbucks.
Cash use grows for first time in 10 years as people pay closer attention to household budgets
Cash usage has grown for the first time in a decade as households look to balance their budgets amid the cost-of-living squeeze.
UK citizens 'will have fewer rights than migrants' under new family visa rules
New family visa rules could leave British citizens with a foreign partner facing greater restrictions on who they can live with than migrant workers, according to leading immigration researchers.
'Unreliability is creeping up': What it's like travelling on some of the worst rail routes for delays and cancellations
"The last thing I do before going to sleep at night is check the trains to see whether they're running on time and then the first thing I do in the morning, before I reach for a cup of tea, is pick my phone up and check again. And then you can still get to the station and find it's cancelled or delayed."
Five million more households yet to feel full rate hike burden, Bank of England warns
The Bank of England has said that UK households and businesses have been "resilient" in the face of rising interest rates – but repeated previous warnings that the full effect of higher interest rates was yet to come through.
EU tariff U-turn to spare consumers extra bill for new electric cars
The European Union has bowed to pressure from European carmakers and the British government for a delay to the introduction of 10% export tariffs on electric vehicles (EVs), sparing buyers from paying thousands of pounds more for a new car.