China’s Fosun International is considering bidding for beleaguered British travel company Thomas Cook’s tour operating division.
Ted Baker, the clothing chain, has been a rare retail success story on the high street. Now it is in the headlines for the wrong reasons. Matthew Partridge reports.
Britain’s biggest supermarket is cutting back on staff and fresh food. Will the move prove counterproductive? Matthew Partridge reports.
Electric-vehicle maker Tesla is axing 7% of its staff to cut costs and make its cars more affordable – a belated dose of realism. Matthew Partridge reports.
Retailer M&S has been undergoing revamps for years, but it still hasn’t found solutions to all the structural problems it faces. Alice Gråhns reports.
Insurance claims handler Quindell has attracted a lot of publicity lately. But is the bad news already in the price, asks Phil Oakley.
Shares in Britain’s biggest coal-fired power station, Drax, have fallen out of favour, says Phil Oakley.
Housebuilder Bellway is in rude health, says Phil Oakley. But are the shares still a buy?
Shares in online fashion retailer ASOS have proved to be a lucrative investment, says Phil Oakley. But are they now worth the price?
If you own shares in Vodafone, you’re in for a big pay-out. Phil Oakley explains how it will work, and what you should do next.
Royal Mail shares looked tempting before the float. But, now the shares have risen in price, is it too late to buy? Phil Oakley reports.