James Moore is Deputy Business Editor at The Independent.
14 May 2015 12:36 AM
13 May 2015 01:05 AM
Outlook Some apparently good news for the new team at the Treasury from the industrial sector, which turned in a much better performance than expected in March, according to official data.
13 May 2015 01:04 AM
Outlook Ros Altmann is perhaps the most refreshing of all the new ministerial appointments. She’s been made a Tory peer to facilitate her replacing Steve Webb, the Liberal Democrat who had served as a reforming, and rather effective, pensions minister until he got caught up in the rout of his party. It didn’t hurt that he managed to get rid of the revolving door that had been installed outside the pension minister’s office.
13 May 2015 01:03 AM
12 May 2015 02:03 AM
Outlook: A large number of staff in the North-west of England are about to discover the downside of working in the flexible economy
08 May 2015 08:33 PM
Law firm Hogan Lovells said a so-called Brexit would have huge implications for business in a wide range of sectors
08 May 2015 02:42 AM
Outlook We Brits often seem to think the US is the land of the free-wheeling entrepreneur. That it lacks the sort of stifling bureaucracy that this country specialises in.
08 May 2015 02:41 AM
Outlook The salary benchmarking website emolument.com could be accused of statin’ the bleedin’ obvious with its assertion that the majority of bankers are unhappy with their bonuses. But bear with me, because it draws some interesting conclusions from its research. More than 5,000 London-based bankers were given the option of saying they were satisfied, unsatisfied or unsure when it came to remuneration.
08 May 2015 02:40 AM
07 May 2015 01:27 AM
Outlook When he’s not fighting jail sentences in Egypt – it related to Sainsbury’s attempt to open stores there in 1999 – the grocer’s chief executive Mike Coupe has been running a surprisingly successful business.
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