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Some good news as Advent reaches its giddy yuletide peak: levels of employment have risen.
The Co-operative Bank has failed a Bank of England test which aimed to work out how well banks could withstand a financial crisis.
Britain’s top 100 fastest-growing private companies have increased their sales on average 71% year-on-year, and are now worth a combined £3.8bn, according to the 18th annual The Sunday Times Virgin Fast Track 100.
Uber is uber-hot right now – for good reasons and bad.
The secret weapons of marketers revealed
Retail bonds are an important – yet overlooked – source of financing for small and growing businesses argues Rupert Lee-Browne
Planning on switching jobs in 2015? Then this list may come in handy.
Looks like Tesco needs some presto change-o magic to get out of trouble.
The UK would be “into the black” by 2019-20, declared a jubilant George Osborne today.
The UK is the 14th least corrupt nation in the world, according to a study by the NGO, Transparency International.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has come up with a genius scheme to patch-up crumbling bank branches.
Britons are going bananas over Black Friday – the busiest shopping day of the year.
Crikey. It just keeps growing.
The chancellor has been beaten back by the EU after arguing a cap on bankers’ bonuses was illegal.
Good news everyone, you’re probably much richer than you realised.
Looking to win serious investment? Ben Grech shares his seven essential steps
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.
The collapse of high street telephone retailer Phones 4U is set to cost the taxpayer £78m, the firm’s administrators have warned.
He’s done it again.
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.
Be thankful you’re not in the offices of UBS, JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup, HSBC or RBS this morning.
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.
David Cameron’s knickers have been in a thorough twist over the EU’s £1.7bn bill, and they’re about to be twisted further.
Part of a large steel bolt, as big as an adult hand, fell off the 47-storey Cheesegrater yesterday which resulted in the area being cordoned off. Thankfully, no one was injured.
A controversial ruling at a tribunal which set a precedent for workers’ holiday pay to be calculated including voluntary overtime has been slammed by business organisations.