Autumn Statement 2013
The business wish list
The government is planning to give its newly created Business Bank a £250m boost, and a permanent headquarters in Sheffield.
Chancellor George Osborne has promised to cut the cost of green levies in the Autumn Statement this Thursday.
Latest business news
Gamblers in the UK spent an incredible £46bn on gambling machines last year, prompting calls from anti-gambling campaigners and MPs, who have called for tighter regulations.
Who ate all the pies? Probably Britain. We are notoriously fond of anything encased in pastry. But are we ready for a luxury pie that costs in excess of £300?
The government has unveiled plans to fund an additional £66bn worth of infrastructure projects, which will be part financed by the sale of its stake in Eurostar.
Recent business news
The government has announced major reforms to how it subsidises renewable energy projects.
Levels of pay for workers in their 20s has plummeted by almost 12% since the recession, according to a prominent think tank.
If you were impressed by Amazon’s announcement yesterday that it plans to deliver items within 30 minutes using drones in the not-too-distant future, then here’s some news that’s really worth getting in a flap about.
We’re not quite sure what’s happened here, but this is a rap about UKIP. That’s right - Nigel Farage, down with the kids, as ever.
Savers have been withdrawing money from their bank accounts at the fastest rate for 40 years, figures released by the Bank of England show.
People who lose their phones should pay only £50 of the bill incurred by thieves, Culture secretary Maria Miller has said.
It was the one thing they didn’t want to happen.