Theresa May recently invited a group business dignitaries to Downing Street for supper, intended as an informal, get-to-know you affair. As such, wives and husbands were also invited.
Yesterday it emerged that the firm, which employs 2,800 people, has been locked in talks with the Civil Aviation Authority which has reservations over whether to renew its license.
Following in the footsteps of German competitor Lidl, Aldi has seen sales soar as shoppers got a taste for its premium wines. It now selling nine bottles of wine a second as it plans a £300m revamp.
The lack of opacity at the European Central Bank makes it hard to track what is happening but it would be negligent if some contingency planning for a potential problem was not taking place.
Travellers hit the seas as cruise bookings soar: P&O Cruises owner posts better than expected results
Yesterday, P&O Cruises owner Carnival posted better than expected results thanks to low fuel prices and strong bookings providing a boost to revenues.
EU set for a five month probe into LSE merger as German regulator said it was 'hard to imagine' the organisation remaining in London
Frankfurt-based Deutsche Boerse is seeking to seize control of LSE in a deal worth £21bn. The European Commission could give its support for the plan following an initial deadline on Wednesday.
BT rivals were 'overcharged' £15m for lines to be repaired: TalkTalk and Sky slam controversial Openreach division
The payout follows a row between the telecoms giant and Talk Talk and Sky, who both allege BT has been overcharging them for years for sending out engineers on their behalf.
£1.6 trillion Chinese debt crisis that could sink us all: Fears trouble in the east will have dire consequences for the world
Exports of British goods to China have risen sharply over the last two decades, jumping from £877m in 1998 to £15.5bn in 2014, making the country the UK's sixth biggest market.
MARKET REPORT: £69.5m Norwegian North Sea contract raises contractor Lamprell for a third consecutive day
The firm, which provides contracting services to energy businesses, said it had secured a £69.5m contract with Norwegian firm Jacktel to upgrade one of its vessels.
DAILY BRIEFING: Hopes of a deal to boost Crude prices as major oil producers meet in Algiers this week
The International Energy Forum will include members of the Opec, including Saudi Arabia, and non-Opec crude producers like Russia. Members could agree to freeze or cut production.
Charles Woodburn is chief operating officer at the aerospace firm. He is expected to take the helm when Ian King steps down, a move which is predicted to take place next year.
Long delays to rectify wrongs and lack of updates about the progress of grievances were top failures, a report by Ofgem reveals.
The FTSE 100 closed down 91.39 points at 6818.04 as traders braced for a fiery US presidential debate, which could make or break either of the top candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
While consumers’ borrowing on credit cards and loans continued to grow, the number of mortgages for house purchase fell by 20 per cent to 36,997 in August from 46,785 a year before.
Ken Rogaff told the BBC that China's economy is 'slowing down much more than the official figures show' and rubbished claims that the country is a 'special case' economically.
Instead of heading for a bank or building society with a savings pot, what if you decided to buy some fine wine, a racehorse, some woodland or a shotgun as an investment?
J.F. writes: My partner and I put down a deposit of £6,000 on a house. It was for sale in an auction, but did not sell. We were not involved in the auction and paid the deposit ten days later.
The Beetle LSR is far from the standard car you can buy from a showroom today. The 2.0-litre petrol engine has been tuned to produce a staggering 542bhp.
One in four people aged 55 or over do not currently have a will, up from 30 per cent last year, Prudential and Unbiased.co.uk's research shows.
Investors in AIM talk about this mythical beast called the ‘ten bagger’, a company that provides a ten-fold return on the initial investment.
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