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After the sportwear giant received a letter from a disabled teenager, it designed a pair of trainers for people who struggle to put on shoes. So why can't you buy them in the UK? Wheelchair sportsman James Moore writes a letter of his own
'I think they can do more and I think they need to realise how little they do at the moment'
Exit of FCA boss fuels speculation of a shift towards a softer style at the financial regulator
A four-hour outage at the NYSE didn’t stop US traders. It would be a very different story here, explains James Moore
The company has announced it will cut 8,000 jobs in the UK
Figures predict a sharp rise in household debt
Simply "shoving rules down people’s throats" will doom it to failure, he said
Outlook It seems Tesco has taken to following the banking play book. Following a parade of ugly scandals that make Tesco’s mis-stated results look like a minor rounding error, the banks and their regulators came to the conclusion that if you give people an incentive to do the wrong things then they will do the wrong things.
HSBC's pre-tax profits rose 4 per cent to a better-than-expected $7.06bn (£4.66bn) in the three months ending 31 March
The accountancy firm is the biggest private sector employer of graduates