James Moore

James Moore is Deputy Business Editor at The Independent.

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James Moore: Every little helps, they say, and it didn’t take much to lift Tesco shares

Outlook: Mr Clarke pulled Tesco out of its disastrous American adventure and identified the problem with its antiseptic and unfriendly UK stores

RBS boss warns forex scandal could be bigger than Libor rigging

The chief executive of Royal Bank of Scotland has warned that the international investigation into foreign exchange trading could turn into a worse scandal than either the Libor interest-rate fixing or payment protection insurance (PPI) mis-selling cases.

This is your final demand: RBS told to sell off Williams & Glyn

The Business Secretary called for  RBS to set out and publish a clear timetable of the steps it intends to take to spin-off the new bank

Regulators close to fining Lloyds over Libor ‘rigging’

Significantly, Lloyds was not among the banks accused by the European Union’s competition authorities of operating a cartel to fix euribor and yen Libor rates

James Moore: Panicking over possible rate rise is not helpful

Outlook Shock horror: inflation is up to 1.9 per cent. That’s just 0.1 per cent below the Bank of England’s 2 per cent target. Look out, interest rates will be at 10 per cent before you know it!

James Moore: Watchdog could get its teeth into more than payday lenders

Outlook At last some sanity has been brought to the payday loans market.

James Moore: MySale deal opens the easy route to the land of opportunity for Ashley

Outlook: The tactic of taking a sizeable minority stake in another business as a means of forcing the target to the table to talk business is one his Sports Direct has used before

TUC General Secretary Frances O'Grady

Bank of England urged to resolve jobs ‘crisis’ before raising rates by TUC

Half a million fewer people were unemployed in the first three months of 2008 than in January-March 2014

Behind the scenes at the Pirelli calendar 50th anniversary shoot

Russia's Igor Sechin joins Pirelli board

Pirelli is known for its tyres and risque calendars

Portugal reassures markets on Espirito: shares fall

Shares in the lender were suspended on Thursday after a 17 per cent slump that sent shockwaves around the world

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