James Moore

James Moore is Deputy Business Editor at The Independent.

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Frenetic activity won't fix the pharmaceutical industry's problems

Outlook The pharmaceutical sector is creating more excitement in the world's financial centres than the opening of a warehouse full of free Viagra in a retirement community.

Bean counters must be held to account too

Outlook Should the accountancy profession be running scared of its regulator? Only if the bosses of the big-four audit firms take flight at the prospect of being slapped by a piece of wet lettuce.

Our top 10 stocks are beating the Footsie again …

... but only just. James Moore explains the strategy behind The Independent’s choice of companies

RBS was 'rude and aggressive' in dealing with struggling businesses

Inquiry clears bank of forcing firms into bankruptcy but criticises business culture

Tesco shareholders demanding Clarke's head don't realise times have changed

Outlook The City's wolves are baying for the blood of Philip Clarke in the wake of Tesco's full-year results. Small wonder: they're awful.

James Moore: Hargreaves Lansdown at risk of overplaying its hand

Outlook Not all supermarkets are suffering. Take Hargreaves Lansdown (HL), which is on the crest of a wave. The difference, of course, is that it sells financial services through online shelves rather than groceries (mainly) in shops.

Debenhams online plan better work or we'll see a Sharp end

Outlook Another factor that kept inflation down is the competition for the shopper's pound on the high street and especially online.

Don't expect pay restraint by Barclays new-boy Crawford Gillies

Outlook One thing that never seems to get cut is bankers' bonuses. Take Barclays, where they were boosted by 10 per cent despite falling profits.

James Moore: These latest CPI numbers add up to very bad news for Labour

Outlook Are we seeing the end of the cost-of-living crisis and with it one of Labour's best lines of attack against the Coalition Government?

James Moore: Barnier’s EU crackdown on HFTs won’t take effect for years – if ever

Now Michael Lewis has written about high-frequency trading in Flash Boys it has become big news.

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