Next shares dive 15% on gloomy outlook
Retailer Next has seen its shares fall 15% after it forecast that 2016 would be a "challenging year" for its business, "with much uncertainty in the global economy". The prediction came as the High Street chain unveiled its annual results for the year ...
Prosper used an old-fashioned marketing technique to transform into a $3 ...
You might expect digital and technological chops to be behind the success but Aaron Vermut, who is now CEO, credits a surprisingly old-fashioned marketing method with driving business ? direct mail. Vermut told the crowd at LendIt Europe: "When we got ...
UK to launch vehicle emissions probe following VW scandal
Mike Hawes, chief executive of the UK's Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders said: "This is ... an issue affecting just one company and there is no evidence to suggest that any other company is involved, let alone that this is an industry-wide issue.".
VW scandal: UK to rerun emissions tests
2 devastating charts show how the Volkswagen scandal could kill diesel in Europe
Volkswagen emissions scandal: UK Government launches probe