McDonald's is moving its non-US tax base to Britain from Luxembourg amid a battle with EU regulators.
The euro has slipped lower after officials extended a money-printing stimulus programme worth billions for a further six months.
A team of international investors, including the Chinese state, is to take a majority stake in National Grid's gas pipeline business.
Russia has sold a 19.5% stake in its largest oil firm for £8.5bn as it looks to rake in cash to aid its sanctions-hit economy.
A combination of factors are predicted to take their toll on the housing market and wider economy at the start of 2017, according to a report by surveyors.
Dalton Philips, the former boss of supermarket chain Wm Morrison, is to return to the British high street in a leading role at one of Britain's fastest-growing casual dining groups.
Tata Steel's commitment to maintaining some 8,000 British jobs now rests on whether the steel unions are prepared to accept reductions in their pension benefits.
Barclays is lining up Sir Ian Cheshire to lead its new ring-fenced UK bank as it prepares to adopt a new regulatory framework designed to insulate taxpayers in the event of a future financial crisi
Three major banks, including HSBC, have been fined a combined $520m (£413m) by EU regulators for alleged price collusion ahead of the financial crisis.
UK industrial production fell at its fastest rate in more than four years in October, according to official figures.
A regulator has ordered two pharmaceutical firms to pay a record penalty, accusing them of overcharging the NHS through a 2,600% overnight drug price hike.
The number of workers living in poverty has hit a record high, according to a report pointing to a triple whammy of financial barriers to greater prosperity.
The technology industry still has a problem with sexism, according to women working in the sector.
The boss of UK-based equipment hire firm Ashtead has said it hopes to cash in if Donald Trump goes through with plans to build a wall with Mexico.
The FTSE-100 asset manager Schroders will this week name executives from the defence and technology sectors to its board as it recovers from a bruising shareholder revolt earlier this year.