The engine maker could be planning to cut its dividend for the first time in almost 25 years.
But don't get too excited - it's early days yet and many multinationals may not be affected.
Is more fragmentation really what Britain's railways need?
The business secretary has added his voice to a European-wide call for urgent action on anti-dumping.
The government has chosen the GlaxoSmithKline chairman to lead the follow up to the Davies report.
Pubs putting up a fight, PR nightmare Martin Shkreli, the unsolved ethnicity pay gap problem.
Investors aren't confident about the professional network's future.
The former pharma CEO's attitude towards public relations needs to be seen to be believed.
It looks like Barbie's after a My Little Pony.
The online takeaway firm has a global appetite.
The collapse of Rebus could cost investors £800,000. A small price to pay for a financial revolution?
Credit Suisse and Lloyds have just announced more job cuts. They won't be the last to do so.
But don't chuck it down the hatch just yet - 27 are still shutting their doors every week.
Researchers claim a new breed of 'gamekeeper-turned-poachers' is helping companies stay one step ahead.
Everyone's favourite pushy estate agent is handing shareholders a special dividend.
Having laid waste to bricks and mortar it seems the ecommerce giant is waking up to the value of a physical presence.
The tech giant wants to tap into the keyboard app company's AI expertise.
Councils in England and Wales will have the power to set their own rules.
The online grocer's sales are soaring but its promised international partnership is yet to materialise.
The oil price slide is really starting to hurt, but the shrinking giant still pays its dividend.
The first trading update since the hack is predictably bleak.
Alphabet Inc is now the world's most valuable company, but the bits that aren't Google are losing money fast.
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Grainne Kelly's BubbleBum creates inflatable car booster seats for 'big kids'.
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Hear from the award-winning food entrepreneur at MT's Inspiring Women Edinburgh conference.
Jenny Campbell is hoping her ATM provider YourCash will hold its own against the rise of contactless payments.
I've sold my start-up and work for the new boss under the earn-out terms. I hate it, what should I do?29 January 2016
Stop feeling sorry for yourself. Focus on the company's performance to make sure you get your earn-out cheque, says Jeremy Bullmore.
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Everybody's favourite US Secretary of Defense has developed a mobile game, with a little help from Winston Churchill.
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Are traditional measures of productivity falling behind the times?
If you're in a hurry to progress in your job, an MBA won't necessarily help you get to the top more quickly, says Jeremy Bullmore.
You need to clarify your sickness policy with a company memo, says Jeremy Bullmore.
Don't try and dodge the task, instead get colleagues to help you, says Jeremy Bullmore.
First work out what expertise and experience you can offer and then try local organisations, says Jeremy Bullmore.
No. You'll just make him feel bad and you could damage your working relationship, says Jeremy Bullmore.
Just thinking about doing something won't get results, it's what you actually do that counts. Here's how not to fall into the action-intention gap.
Brands need to stand for something and stand out - but they have to get internal stakeholders on board first.
An entrepreneur needs to thoroughly scrutinise their idea, says start-up adviser Nadav Rosenberg.
You don't have to be a big company like TalkTalk to be targeted by hackers.
You need to have chat with your father, but choose your words carefully, says Jeremy Bullmore.
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