London finance news & analysis
London finance news, trends & insights
Bankers are set to get considerably larger bonuses this year than they received last year, but they are still not satisfied.
Taking stock of the fintech sector with MarketInvoice boss Anil Stocker
Ofcom outlines its reasons why the deal shouldn’t go ahead
Can Amer Hasan’s taxi app hit £100m in revenue by 2020?
Falling oil prices are not bad news for everyone
In 2012 Rupert Murdoch’s son James stepped down as chairman of Sky [then BskyB] amid the phone hacking scandal, saying his role “could become a lightning rod for BSkyB”.
Dealmaker Amanda Staveley’s firm PCP Capital Partners is suing Barclays for a whopping £1bn over its emergency fundraising in 2008.
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
It’s not April, you’re no fool, and this is no joke.
Just when you think things are looking up for Tesco, then BAM!, another big jolt hits the UK’s biggest retailer.
The changing face of business relationships revealed…
Is big business beginning to panic over possibility of a Brexit?
Is your password 123456? Yes? Congratulations! Because you have managed to be innovative enough to come up with the worst password ever.
For most of us the most ideal job is where you have a fat salary, unlimited holidays and perks galore.
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.
Crucial changes are about to come into effect in April that could have a huge impact on your retirement pay-out
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?
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.
As Tesco announces its Christmas sales figures
Apple published its CEO Tim Cook’s salary yesterday.
No obvious successor to Martin “Grey Vampire” Wheatley emerges at banking regulator
Bolland could be in line for a £10m pay-off
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.