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Bonds of New Look bounced higher yesterday in the wake of news that the embattled, debt-laden fashion chain was drawing up a proposal to do... [Read More]
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The chief City regulator has named 94 firms that it thinks may be illegally taking bets from UK investors and has threatened to prosecute them... [Read More]
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The chief City regulator has taken the unusual step of naming 94 firms it thinks may be illegally taking bets from UK investors and has... [Read More]
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Private investors in Britain are ploughing record amounts of their savings into bonds in defiance of warnings that the 30-year bull market in the asset... [Read More]
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John McDonnell, the shadow chancellor with Marxist tendencies, is to rub shoulders with billionaires at the annual meeting of an institution seen as the cheerle... [Read More]
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A brief revival in the stock market fortunes of Carillion came to an abrupt halt yesterday when it said that there was no good reason... [Read More]
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There was something a bit gung-ho about Kevin Loosemore when asked about his ambitious £6.5 billion acquisition of Hewlett Packard's enterprise software busine... [Read More]
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Business leaders are no strangers to expletives. Rupert Soames, grandson of the great orator Sir Winston Churchill and chief executive of the embattled outsour... [Read More]
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Thousands of higher-rate taxpayers could be stung by unexpected bills when they file their return this month because of "absurdly complex" pensions contributi... [Read More]
NONFICTIONThe January Man: A Year of Walking Britain by Christopher SomervilleChristopher Somerville, the walks correspondent of The Times, goes at his own pace... [Read More]
Respect to Charles Randell for taking on the most difficult job in London. The former Slaughter and May lifer has the delightful task of pleasing... [Read More]
The executive made a dame in the new year honours for services to women in business presides over a company where female employees are on... [Read More]
Patisserie Holdings, the owner of Patisserie Valerie, is preparing to tap shareholders in a move to buy the company behind the Gail's Bakery chain. Patisseri... [Read More]
Vivian Hunt, managing partner at McKinsey & Co and one of the most influential black business leaders in Britain, has been rewarded with a damehood... [Read More]
It's turned out to be a strong year for UK shares. The FTSE All Share is set to be up by almost 8 per cent... [Read More]
The world is heading for its biggest building boom since the Great Wall of China's construction more than 20 centuries ago. Construction will rise to... [Read More]
Germany's statistics agency is to abandon sending embargoed data to journalists before official publication because of suspected insider dealing, while federa... [Read More]
One of the great experiments in social engineering is to be extended to another 900,000 people. All 18 to 21-year-olds paid more than £10,000 a... [Read More]
Nicholas Wrigley has done the noble thing. Not only is the Persimmon chairman falling on his sword, he is also acknowledging he made a mistake.... [Read More]
It's done. The media deal of the year, if not the decade, has been officially agreed and The Simpsons are to cohabit with Snow White... [Read More]
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