Britain's factories enjoyed their best month since July 2012 with output up 0.4% from September to October.
Oliver Hogan, director at the Centre For Economics and Business Research, says the UK economy is improving but businesses are struggling to compete with China.
The UK CEO of property services firm Jones Lang LaSalle likes to be sharp of suit - unless he's doing a triathlon in his Batman outfit. Here are a few things he can't do without.
Cash-strapped pawn shop chain Albemarle reveals a slump in full-year profits, a week after putting itself up for sale.
The 'world's local bank' is considering spinning off its UK retail division at a valuation of around £20bn, according to reports this morning.
Questionable behaviour in the past has left Tesco high and dry when it needs its friends the most, says MT editor Matthew Gwyther
Apple has bought a Twitter-based social media company, while PC sales have fallen faster than ever before.
Most of us - at least those who, like me, have passed the midpoint of our lives - have accepted that we aren't going to live for ever. Companies, on the other hand, seem to find this very hard.
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Traders at London's Covent Garden market will accept digital payments for the first time from today, and PayPal hopes the idea will catch on among small firms.