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Facebook’s UK corporation tax bill last year? Zero, zip, zilch, nada, compared to its net profit of $1.5bn last year.
They say the bigger they are, the harder they fall - this rings true for Britain’s biggest supermarket Tesco today.
A whopping £3bn and strict travel policies – that’s what Britain’s beleaguered supermarket Tesco needs for a turnaround.
The Tories have defined themselves as the party dedicated to cutting the deficit, and the words “the long-term economic plan is working” have practically become a mantra for David Cameron and George Osborne.
Money has been a key part of our species’ history. With huge markets, money has been responsible for helping humans achieve astonishing feats, as well as driving some of our most shameful episodes.
Talent, investment, and playing to your strengths. We meet the firms thriving in London
Tesco has been branded “leaderless” and unable to run its commercial operations properly, according to some of its biggest suppliers.
Roger Sumner-Rivers came up with an unusual strategy to cement success - would you try it?
Lord Sugar is back on your TV screens tonight to choose his next business partner and give the finger to other wannabe business stars.
The UK’s Consumer Price Index measure of inflation has fallen to 1.2% over September, down from 1.5% the month before.
Here’s a stat that may make you choke on your coffee today – the world’s richest 1%, the people who individually are worth more than $798,000, own more than 48% of global wealth.
The chief executives of FTSE100 companies (the 100 biggest companies listed in the UK) have seen their total earnings soar since the turn of the century.
Meet the winners, hear from some of the UK’s finest businesspeople, and see the action
A sophisticated method of hacking ATMs has allowed criminal gangs to withdraw vast sums of money, it has been discovered.
From finance to flexi-time, here are five key ideas to boost business
For long-term Bitcoin investors, early December 2013 must seem like a long time ago.
Savvy move into mobile or tech bubble bonkers?
For the better half of the last decade, Wonga was widely tipped as the UK’s hottest company.
Unfortunately there’s no ‘undo’ function in life to make errors un-happen. A trader in Tokyo probably wishes there was though, after making a mistake so vast that it caused £381bn share orders to be cancelled – a figure larger than Sweden’s entire economy.
Richard Branson has never been afraid of a challenge.
Songbird Estates, the developer behind the Canary Wharf financial district, has sold off one of its iconic buildings for £152.5m
Tesco’s turmoil deepened today as it was alleged that outgoing finance director Laurie McIlwee has not been requested to undertake any formal duties since April.
Alibaba’s record-breaking stock market listing has made its founder, Jack Ma, a pretty penny.
Blimey, Tesco. This is not just a small error.
Phones 4U is shutting down its 550 stores today. It said it has been “forced into administration” as mobile network EE has not renewed its contract with the company.
We talk to founder and TV star Dave Fishwick about the new bank that half the country want to switch to
For the first time in almost three centuries, RBS could be headquartered in London.