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London City workers received the highest bonuses in the world last year, a survey by eFinancialCareers has shown.
Co-op Group boss Euan Sutherland has offered his resignation as he believes the group is “ungovernable”.
Euan Sutherland, the Co-operative Group’s chief executive, has taken the rather odd decision to berate his board in a Facebook post to all Co-op employees, after his pay details were leaked to the media.
Richard Branson has railed against climate change deniers, saying businesses “should stand up” to them, and that they should “get out of the way”.
Workers at BT who invested in a share scheme when it was introduced five years ago are likely to share a £1.3bn windfall in the summer.
The government’s controversial Help to Buy scheme has been enabling young home buyers to get a foot on the property ladder since it was introduced in last year’s Budget.
Heavy industries including steel and chemical plants in the UK are set to benefit from energy rates relief, as the huge rise in energy costs presents a “clear and present danger” of job losses, energy minister Michael Fallon will say today.
Providing forward guidance is damaging the global financial system, according to economists.
Lloyds Bank’s London PMI statistics reveal that business activity across the capital has increased with a sharp rise in backlogs of work boosting employment.
One in three Scottish businesses could relocate if Scotland becomes independent.
Ed Balls is set to announce today that if Labour wins the next election, its job guarantee scheme for young people would last the whole of the next parliament.
Console-based computer games could be set to make a major come-back as it has emerged that Amazon is investing significantly in developing its own games, ahead of the expected launch of its own games console later this year.
Here’s a little more morning sunshine for you: the UK economy is forecast to hit its pre-recession peak by this summer, according to the British Chambers of Commerce.
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