London business news & analysis
London business news & insights
Shalini Khemka, founder & CEO, E2Exchange, on how to secure investment to scale your business
Are you a business owner dreaming of running meetings from an “Apprentice” style boardroom, or an aspiring entrepreneur eager to impress potential clients?
Business manager Raj Sond cautions young people to go in with their eyes open
The chancellor has been beaten back by the EU after arguing a cap on bankers’ bonuses was illegal.
Every month the UK loses £1.25bn from lost trade due to a lack of airport capacity, says Heathrow
You will have by now seen the news that obesity is costing the UK each year more than war, or terror, or smoking.
Good news everyone, you’re probably much richer than you realised.
A quarter of British people said they thought all immigrants should be sent back to their home countries.
Thousands of students marched through London yesterday protesting against tuition fees and budget cuts to education.
Why? What makes us less attractive than Chile and Belgium?
Complaints against the big six energy suppliers are higher than ever according to energy watchdog Ofgem.
Between the ages of 22 and 39 women on average earn more per hour than men.
I asked 11-year-olds what business will look like in 2020. You'll be surprised by how insightful their answers are
These kids are the leaders of the future. So what do they predict?
Royal Mail half-year profits have dipped 21%, forcing the company to halve the expected growth rate of its UK parcels market to between 1% and 2%.
Looking to win serious investment? Ben Grech shares his seven essential steps
Despite a drive to appoint more women to the boards of companies across the UK, only certain areas within business are making any progress.
The scandal-struck banking sector is going to have to do more to improve its image, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has warned.
The current university fees structure has been slammed as “unsustainable” by an independent study into higher education in the UK.
Sir Richard Branson is set to launch a new line of luxury cruises.
Are you one of the *ahem* quirky people who likes business?
The collapse of high street telephone retailer Phones 4U is set to cost the taxpayer £78m, the firm’s administrators have warned.
The global economy is facing “red warning lights”, according to David Cameron.
As GEW 2014 kicks off, business coach Rasheed Ogunlaru reveals his top networking tips and what’s coming up at the British Library’s Business & IP Centre
Thanks to the right financial support and some key business decisions, Dawnus has bloomed
We heard from the philosopher at the launch of midtown Big Idea Exchange
He’s done it again.
This morning the news that FIFA had cleared itself of corruption was met with disbelief.
Sainsbury’s Christmas advert will make you quit awwing at Monty the penguin, the star of the John Lewis Christmas advert.
Sick of hearing about banking fines? Try being the journalist that reports on them every time.
Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Money is set to be valued at £1.25bn as the UK bank debuts on the London Stock Exchange today.
UPDATE: (12.24pm) The report is now out and confirms the below.
Brits who are fed up of stretching their wages further every month will be pleased to hear average earnings are finally rising.
Alibaba, Apple, and why Western digital hegemony is finally over
Yahoo has just announced its latest big-ticket acquisition.
New analysis says Heathrow expansion could deliver £211bn of economic benefits to the UK
Be thankful you’re not in the offices of UBS, JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup, HSBC or RBS this morning.
By 2030, China will be facing a situation where one in four men will never have married.
A report from the Airports Commission, published today, puts the cost of expanding Heathrow and Gatwick airports significantly higher than current proposals.
The introduction of a cap on payday loans could wipe out most of the market, including the likes of Wonga, Quick Quid and Dollar Financial, which between them make up 70% of the payday loans market by turnover.
Veteran venture capitalist Jon Moulton has vowed to “improve Jongleurs comedy club’s jokes” by snapping up its parent company Intertain for £20m.