London business news & analysis
London business news & insights
Queen Elizabeth II makes her 62nd speech
In March, messaging app Snapchat was valued at a whopping $15bn.
The suspects face extradition to the US
But will larger shareholder Ryanair co-operate with deal?
What does the Labour Party need to do to appeal to more voters?
Creative new policies are required to deal with mounting debt problems, bank warns
Apple is the world’s most valuable brand ($145.3bn), we learnt earlier this month.
Controversial programme will force social landlords to sell property at major discounts
The airline we love to hate has done better than expected – and has ordered new planes
Thousands of O2 customers were left frustrated today after they lost signal on their phones.
Does this London firm have the solution to the productivity puzzle?
The London School of Business and Finance chief executive on whether Sajid Javid can break down the walls between workplace and classroom
F1 tycoon is going to court to challenge the bill
Another female CEO for the FTSE 100
Kent was hit by a 4.3 magnitude earthquake yesterday that shook buildings.
It’s been a great year for the building society
Leaving EU would make Britain less competitive Airbus chief says
How does easyProperty plan to compete in the very crowded space of property agents?
As the world’s five largest banks set to fork out $5.7bn (£3.6bn) in fines
The world’s five largest banks are together set to fork out $5.7bn (£3.6bn) in fines.
Tom Rippin, founder of social enterprise On Purpose, explains
Firms urged to “speak out early”
Marks and Spencer has reported its first rise in profit for four years, with underlying profit before tax up 6.1% to £661.2m.
Why young entrepreneur Bertie Stephens’ firm Flubit is one to watch
What pushed us into negative inflation?
The payday lender has opted for a more sober impression
Perhaps, if a former adviser has his way
British bank in hot water with record-breaking fine
TV chef Gordon Ramsey has given shares worth £2.7m to the managing director of his restaurant group, despite turnover falling last year.
“Bloody” spending review will make civil service smallest in recent history
South African billionaire Christo Wiese has bought fashion chain New Look for £780m.
Carney’s punchy nuggets: BoE chief on the EU, and why UK productivity is not harmed by foreign workers
Bank of England chief executive Mark Carney has said that cheap foreign Labour is not harming Britain’s productivity, in fact the reverse.
Astus CEO Frances Dickens has high hopes for Business Secretary Sajid Javid
Women of Algiers by Pablo Picasso has become the most expensive painting ever sold at auction.
Government sells shares
Lord Sugar fires himself from the Labour Party
Bank of England officials have misstated sales of UK government debt by £13.4bn.
The audacious diamond robbery in Hatton Garden has mostly struck small businesses, a loss adjuster working on the case has said.
Apple NOT in the top 10 list