The UK's second-largest five-a-side football venue owner is being circled by potential bidders after its lender drafted in advisers to explore a review of its options.
Increasing numbers of businesses are training their staff in how to help in the aftermath of a terrorist attack following concerns about how long it could take emergency services to reach victims.
A waiter at Wahaca won't have to pick up the bill after a table he was serving ate their dinner and ran out without paying.
Lord Sugar has backed Boris Johnson as the next prime minister - despite having previously suggested he should be jailed for misleading the public over Brexit.
Arcadia Group is to cut 170 jobs at its London headquarters after Sir Phillip Green's high street retail empire averted collapse.
The Metropolitan Police has warned protesters they will deploy officers and equipment to monitor airspace around Heathrow this Tuesday.
The owner of Monsoon Accessorize is facing demands from landlords to alter the terms of a multimillion pound support package to be unveiled by the fashion retailer next week.
Guy Hands, one of Britain's most prominent financiers, is in talks to sell a disputed portfolio of two dozen care homes to a specialist real estate investor for more than £200m.
Holidaymakers who book Ryanair flights from abroad are paying inflated fares after being slapped with rip-off exchange rates, a consumer group has said.
Shell Energy Retail has been forced to pay £390,000 compensation and refunds after overcharging customers.