Lucrative contracts include $1.8bn for a bomb disposal robot to $12.4m to a fruit and veg wholesaler who supplied US Air Force bases in the UK
Billionaire investor accuses central banks of turning global markets into a casino; consumers unaware of Brexit price hikes in store; French tourism companies call for special police force.
Art Not Oil coalition claim failure to consult trustees makes deal with oil company 'illegitimate'
UK staff amongst the most bitter in the world and the 'exorbitant' payouts also damage customers' trust in organisations, report says.
First Direct cuts savings rates more than Bank of England; regulator ends Premier League TV deal probe, Amazon investigated for alleged anti-competitive practice
A successful deal would mark BP’s first significant exit from a business in China
Big pay is a ‘boys club’, say campaigners as execs secure double-digit pay rise whilst no women make the top ten in 2014 or 2015
BP’s earnings signal trouble for the world’s major energy producers, which relied on refining profits last year to weather crude’s collapse
US shareholders claimed as much as $2.5 billion in losses
Protesters climb the museum's neo-classical columns and unfurl banners, to highlight "stunning irony" of the oil giant's support for 'Sunken Cities' exhibition
BP confirmed to the Independent that it had contracted Unaoil for work in Iraq
BP accused lawyers of inflating Gulf spill client rolls
Banks and corporations remain dominated by men, who pay themselves far too much with little relationship to the long term performance of their businesses
Mr Dudley is in line for a pay rise that would take his salary package to £13.8 million for 2015
It will be hard for defenders of boardroom excess to wield the 'pay for performance' defence ever again.
Mr Dudley is in line for a pay rise that would take his salary package to £13.8 million despite BP profits falling and thousands of staff losing their jobs