London finance news & analysis
London finance news, trends & insights
His home? A 420-room palace in Riyadh
“What do we really need to do to make the UK an economic powerhouse?” asks our editor
Game-changing ideas from Sir Martin Sorrell, Theo Paphitis and many more
We’ve all been there – graduating with a shiny degree in your hands yet no one wants to give you a job.
Former Chancellor Nigel Lawson urges tax cut to boost business
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Wages rises should boost investment and efficiency, bank says
It goes against nature… and the Bank of England
NatWest was flooded with complaints of “missing payments” this morning.
Beleagured supermarket chain Tesco must raise £5bn to better its balance sheet, ratings agency Moody’s has announced.
Bank employees must now type out full email addresses
Media baron Rupert Murdoch is stepping down as CEO of 21st century Fox, his film and TV company.
It’s what we’ve all known for a while
Take a look at what employees have to say
Tesco threw away 55,400 tonnes of food last year. Now it's going to give unsold food to charity Video
This a positive Tesco story… no, really!
Did you know: London’s sewage had the highest concentration of cocaine in Europe in 2014?
It’s the latest in a series of fines issued to high street banks
London’s sewage had the highest concentration of cocaine in Europe in 2014, research by the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction has found.
From showing passion to proving profit, this is how it’s done
FIFA to elect new president as soon as possible
It’s the one you’d probably least suspect
Would you like to have a meal with legendary investor Warren Buffett? That’ll be $1m please (probably more).
A clever deal means the Queen’s pay went up by a third last year and will never go down
We see this every year – WPP Boss Sir Martin Sorrell gets a bumper pay award and a row among shareholders erupts.
Do you want the good news or the bad news?
We asked business leaders what they thought – it was pretty unanimous
FIFA’s alleged foul has put it at the forefront of arguably the biggest corruption scandal in the history of football.
Supermarket chain Aldi has gained a lot from Tesco’s losses.