Parents in the UK are going crazy for the load-carrying cargo bikes
The postman on his bike could become a thing of the past thanks to Royal Mail's plans to phase out deliveries on two wheels. No wonder posties are in a spin, says Jamie Merrill
A proposed deal has been agreed between the Royal Mail and union leaders averting the risk of a Christmas strike.
Shares of Royal Mail rallied in early trading after half-year profits more than doubled to £233 million, as the newly-privatised postal operator benefited from strong demand for online shopping.
Swiss bank UBS says market is 'overestimating margin upside'
Those who sold today made a paper profit of £356 on their original £750 outlay - a 48 per cent rise
Labour complains of ‘fire-sale at knock-down price’ as small investors celebrate £285 windfalls
The ‘low hanging fruit’ of government assets considered worthwhile privatisation candidates were sold long ago
The number of private individuals applying for shares in the newly privatised Royal Mail has reached 700,000, the Business Secretary Vince Cable has announced.
An Early Day Motion has been tabled in Parliament calling on the Coalition to review its decision
Some motor industry firms are scaling back offshore production, but 'onshoring' may not have the last laugh
City institutions bidding less than the top price of 330p for Royal Mail shares look set to miss out today, as Britain's biggest privatisation offering since the railways enters its final hours.
Thousands of schools close as staff members protest Michael Gove’s refusal to open dialogue on pay, pensions and workload
Industrial action - the latest in a wave of regional strikes - has been organised by two of England's biggest teaching unions
Chancellor George Osborne is on course to undershoot his £120 billion borrowing target by more than £10 billion this year as public finance figures showed Government departments getting a grip on spending last month.
The Government came under fresh attack over its controversial plans for the Royal Mail as Business Secretary Vince Cable confirmed it will press ahead with privatising the service.