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Luxury underground bike vault with showers and lockers opens in Bloomsbury

Wed, 1 Jul 2015| By Harry Cockburn

Midtown Cycle Vault aims to boost cycling in central London

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Exclusive: Olympic cyclist Joanna Rowsell MBE on how to get more women cycling in London

Wed, 1 Jul 2015| By Harry Cockburn

Olympic gold medallist calls for greater provision of cycle facilities in London

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Wed, 1 Jul 2015

If your workforce is central to your business why not make its analysis central too?

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"Radio 1 went 24/7 in 1991!" The best Apple Music reactions

Wed, 1 Jul 2015

After Radio 1 controller Ben Cooper declared that Apple Music wouldn’t “crush” his station, we round up the best reactions on Twitter

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“Get the diggers in the ground!" Business leaders' verdict on the airport debate

Wed, 1 Jul 2015

As Heathrow Airport inches closer to the green light, we gauge reactions from business leaders and politicians

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Escape the heat! London’s best rooftop bars and gardens

Wed, 1 Jul 2015

It’s bonkers hot this week. What better excuse is there to cop off early?

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As Davies Commission backs third runway at Heathrow, Boris says “it’s not going to happen”

Wed, 1 Jul 2015| By Harry Cockburn

Which other senior government figures oppose the runway?

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9 ways your business will benefit from workforce analytics

Tue, 30 Jun 2015

From recruiting talent to identifying demands for future skills

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Why has Heathrow Terminal 1 been shut down?

Tue, 30 Jun 2015

London Heathrow Terminal 1 has been shut down after 47 years to allow Terminal 2 to be expanded.

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Tue, 23 Jun 2015

Tackling Britain’s talent issues using the power of data

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Sajid Javid vents frustration at CBI’s pro-European stance

By Harry Cockburn

Business Secretary calls on business body to stop pre-empting membership negotiations

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Shruti Tripathi: Making Britain an entrepreneurial superpower

“What do we really need to do to make the UK an economic powerhouse?” asks our editor

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Pour some Sugar on me: Lord Alan’s sweet London property empire

By Harry Cockburn

There are lumps of Sugar’s property empire all over London

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SECURING BRITAIN’S AMBITION - London business leaders' game plan to cement economic growth

Game-changing ideas from Sir Martin Sorrell, Theo Paphitis and many more

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Branson backs EU membership for Britain

By Harry Cockburn

Virgin boss says Brexit would be “catastrophic” for Britain

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Brexit beckoning Boris? Mayor reportedly backing EU departure

By Harry Cockburn

Johnson at odds with Cameron over EU referendum


These are the 10 best and worst UK cities for graduate jobs

By Shruti Tripathi Chopra

We’ve all been there – graduating with a shiny degree in your hands yet no one wants to give you a job.

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Lord Sugar sells Burberry's old London HQ to Qataris for £65m

Another day, another London asset goes to the Qataris.

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4 times Network Rail boss Sir Peter Hendy was embroiled in big controversies

By Shruti Tripathi Chopra

Controversial Tube boss Sir Peter Hendy quit yesterday to become top dog at Network Rail.

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Bill Gates doubles green energy investment to $2bn

By Harry Cockburn

World’s most moneyed man spends money to save the world

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Government to axe BBC Trust and hand powers to Ofcom

By Harry Cockburn

The BBC’s in house governing body, the BBC Trust, is to be closed down and the 93-year-old broadcasting service will be instead regulated by an external organisation for the first time.

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Facebook to set up another London HQ - how many offices does it have around the world?

Social media giant Facebook just signed a lease with The Office Group to take up a 34,000 square feet space just off Tottenham Court Road.

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Is Tesco on the mend? These new figures show it could be

By Robyn Vinter

The troubled supermarket might be finally turning itself around

Network Rail

Crisis point: Network Rail’s modernisation plans grind to a halt

Major plans to modernise the UK’s rail infrastructure are to be cut back or stopped completely due to lack of funds, transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin is expected to tell the House of Commons today.

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Is George Osborne planning to cut the top rate of tax to 40p?

By Harry Cockburn

Former Chancellor Nigel Lawson urges tax cut to boost business

Women in the boardroom

Guilt be gone: Working mums are actually helping their kids get on in life, study finds

By Robyn Vinter

It seems mums who go out to work are setting a great example for their daughters

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The opening stage of the Tour de France could be hosted in London in 2017, according to the London Evening Standard.

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Harry Potter and the unaffordable West End ticket prices

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Big shows are sadly for tourists and the rich, says Robyn Vinter

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Senior reporter Harry Cockburn chooses his favourite paintings of London

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London's iconic Groucho Club sold for £40m

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London’s iconic Groucho Club has been sold to group of investors for a rumoured £40m.

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