Thorntons have announced a 5.6% increase in annual sales for the ten weeks ending June 29th.
Financial institutions can reduce the risk of catastrophic failures by adopting effective risk appetite frameworks, according to Deloitte, the business advisory firm.
ING has announced that it has reached an agreement to sell its investment management business in South Korea to Macquarie Group, an Australia-based, global provider of financial services.
The government are to sell Royal Mail through a flotation on the London Stock Exchange.
Fashion house Burberry saw their shares rise 4% following a rise in sales for the opening quarter of 2013.
Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) of big businesses are shifting towards expansionary strategies and are more willing than ever to take on risk, according to the latest Deloitte CFO Survey.
Strong food sales have offset a fall in clothes sales as Marks and Spencer reported a 0.3% rise in underlying sales.
High yield bonds continue to offer an attractive risk/return profile compared to other fixed income investment alternatives in 2013, states ING Investment Management.
25 companies left AIM in the last quarter, up from 14 in the first months in 2013 – the biggest number of de-listings in over a year, according to research by UHY Hacker Young, the national accountancy group.
The Treasury has received several submissions from the UK's leading banks to run the potential sale of the nationalised section of Lloyds Bank.