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Virgin boss says Brexit would be “catastrophic” for Britain
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Johnson at odds with Cameron over EU referendum
We’ve all been there – graduating with a shiny degree in your hands yet no one wants to give you a job.
Unions slam mayor’s “Night Tube vanity project”
Another day, another London asset goes to the Qataris.
The opening stage of the Tour de France could be hosted in London in 2017, according to the London Evening Standard.
Big shows are sadly for tourists and the rich, says Robyn Vinter
Controversial Tube boss Sir Peter Hendy quit yesterday to become top dog at Network Rail.
World’s most moneyed man spends money to save the world
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.
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.
The troubled supermarket might be finally turning itself around
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.
Former Chancellor Nigel Lawson urges tax cut to boost business
It seems mums who go out to work are setting a great example for their daughters
An e-commerce start-up that helps online retailers increase sales has become the third business to receive investment from Google’s investment arm Google Ventures Europe.
LondonLovesBusiness.com’s senior reporter hails the introduction of segregated cycle paths
The annual weekend trip to Ikea could soon become a thing of the past, with the Swedish retailer trialling high street stores from autumn.
Crowdcube co-founder Luke Lang on the capital’s top emerging businesses
Number 1? Norway’s Government Pension Fund - Global with $882bn worth of assets
We chat to James Allgrove, UK head of payment start-up Stripe
Pensions and Investment Research Consultants (PIRC) has just slammed Tesco CEO Dave Lewis’s pay for being “excessive”.
The London Assembly member tells us delays are causing injuries and deaths
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Where and when will the new night Tube service will be operating?
Students at the UK’s top university lack “basic common sense”, report finds
Justice secretary wants to make FOI requests easier to turn down
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“Lies are repeated until people believe them”, Martin Schultz says in blistering attack on Cameron
It goes against nature… and the Bank of England
Watchdog launches probe into online reviews as consumers and rivals are holding businesses to ransom
London’s iconic Groucho Club has been sold to group of investors for a rumoured £40m.
“I believe Liz is the right woman for the job,” she told us
As Tube drivers prepare to strike on 8 July in a row over pay
Transport union Aslef rejects pay rise
We asked the Ecotricity founder what he thought of the government suddenly pulling the plug on wind turbine support. He didn’t hold back
Our mayor is pretty adept at saying stupid things