London economic news & analysis
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Taking stock of the fintech sector with MarketInvoice boss Anil Stocker
Well oil be damned
Rumours of staff walkout as shortage of drivers and smaller trains blamed for late night travel pandemonium
Dealmaker Amanda Staveley’s firm PCP Capital Partners is suing Barclays for a whopping £1bn over its emergency fundraising in 2008.
UK Chancellor George Osborne has postponed the sale of the government’s final stake in Lloyds Banking Group.
Comrade Corbyn’s got a house and a salary, but wants to be a man of the people. Can he have his mushroom stroganoff and eat it?
Royal Bank of Scotland is set to take a £2.5bn hit to its 2015 profits, this will be the bank’s eighth consecutive year of full-year losses.
Denmark named the least corrupt country in the world
Tax battle follows £130m back payment from Google
The changing face of business relationships revealed…
Is big business beginning to panic over possibility of a Brexit?
Residential customers to see average of £32 cut to bills
RMT union blasts “poisonous cocktail of cuts and overcrowding” for huge rise in injuries
The global economy is in for a “bumpier ride” in 2016 as IMF cuts world growth forecast for THIRD TIME
The global economy is in for a “bumpier ride” in 2016, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said.
The clock is ticking
Money, money, money: The four charts that show just how obscenely wealthy the world's 62 richest people are
Money, money, money, always sunny in the rich man’s world
Flexible working does NOT only mean “working from home”
State collapse, migration, extreme weather and water crises are all on the list. But what’s number 1?
Bling it on home: Mayfair store opens offering Londoners top-notch swag
Dystopia, pollution and the “horrible two-horse race” – London Loves Business meets mayoral candidate Siân Berry
Why the Green Party’s mayoral candidate is unimpressed with her rivals
The markets don’t like it one bit
The UK start-up scene expanded by 22% in the past year
Jaguar Land Rover, AstraZeneca and Harrods have just been named the UK’s top three employers.
Update from supermarket reveals more about plans to acquire Argos
Is Jeremy Hunt on strike too? As junior doctors strike for first time since 1975, health secretary refuses to give interviews
Doctors’ strike will be the first for 40 years as government imposes contract changes
The capital’s sizzling property hotspots
Saving money is a New Year’s resolution meant to be broken.
Earlier this week we told you that half of UK workers plan to quit their jobs in 2016.
The year 2016 might not be a happy new year for the CEOs of some of the world’s biggest companies, according to Ladbrokes.
London business leaders speak out