Diageo, which owns Guinness, has been under pressure lately to more closely align its shipments to distributors with their sales to customers

Drinks giant Diageo is under scrutiny in the US, where the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has asked for information to see whether it shippe(...)

For all the uncertainty over Greece, European equities overall are set for their best week since January

Blue-chip euro zone stocks slipped on Friday, with a recent Greece-driven relief rally showing signs of fading as investor focus shifts to the corpora(...)

MPLX operates a network of crude oil and product pipelines in the US Midwest and Gulf Coast regions

Marathon Petroleum Corp’s master limited partnership (MLP), MPLX LP, will buy natural gas processor MarkWest Energy Partners LP for about $15.63 billi(...)

The group said as recently as May that shifts in currency exchange rates could hit reported revenues this year but possibly not profits

British engineering company Rolls-Royce cut its profit forecasts for this year and next, citing continued weakness in oil and gas markets plus lower d(...)

A pedestrian holding an umbrella looks at an electronic board showing the stock market indices of various countries outside a brokerage in Tokyo. 2:43

Financial markets barely shuddered after Greek voters rejected austerity demands, with the euro slipping less than 0.5 percent and US stocks erasing l(...)

For the year ending March 2016, Tate & Lyle expects adjusted profit before tax in line with 2015, assuming it completes the exit of its European bulk ingredients business. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Britain’s Tate & Lyle reported lower full-year profit in line with its forecast and signalled this year would be just as tough as it overhauls its(...)

Vodafone has bought individual cable operators in certain European markets but a purchase of Liberty would broaden its fixed-line business in one go

Vodafone’s shares jumped 4 per cent after the chairman of Liberty Global, John Malone, said the two companies would make a “great fit”, reigniting lon(...)

The move into smartphone apps could further dent console sales, some analysts said

Shares in Japanese video game maker Nintendo on Wednesday notched their biggest daily gain since listing as investors cheered the decision by the cre(...)

Euro bank notes and Swiss franc notes. The shockwaves from Switzerland’s decision to scrap its currency ceiling against the euro continue to reverberate

Foreign exchange brokers across the world reported escalating losses yesterday as the shockwaves from Switzerland’s decision to scrap its currency cei(...)

UK chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne. He is to sell some of government’s stake in Lloyds.

UK chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne said his government will cut its stake in Lloyds banking group in the run-up to May’s general election, (...)