James Moore is Deputy Business Editor at The Independent.
27 August 2014 02:18 AM
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27 August 2014 02:13 AM
Outlook Canada looks set to lose one of its icons.
27 August 2014 02:12 AM
Outlook It was inevitable that Sir Martin Sorrell would be asked to opine on Scottish independence alongside WPP’s results.
27 August 2014 02:11 AM
Outlook Behind the headlines, WPP, the world’s biggest advertising group, put together an excellent set of results for the first half of its financial year.
07 August 2014 06:11 PM
First HSBC chairman Douglas Flint warned that regulatory reforms were exhausting staff and leaving them so “risk averse” they were frightened to much beyond selling simple deposit accounts.
07 August 2014 02:32 PM
The record settlement would eclipse the $9 billion imposed upon BNP Paribas
07 August 2014 12:54 AM
Outlook Europe’s wrong-headed “right to forget” imposed on internet search engines is proving increasingly perverse, although some of that might be down to the way the ruling is being interpreted. Take Standard Life. Now some of its history is indeed murky. But why would the company’s and its former executives’ views on Scottish devolution be at all sensitive? Particularly given devolution is now with us, and Standard has hardly made much of a secret of its Unionist leanings.
07 August 2014 12:53 AM
Outlook Given Standard Chartered’s troubles with watchdogs, its chief executive wasn’t about to steam in alongside HSBC’s chairman, Douglas Flint, over regulators being mean to banks.
07 August 2014 12:52 AM
Outlook Benjamin Lawsky was described as “Wall Street’s toughest cop” by a US political magazine recently. It seems he’s out to prove it. Guess which bank will be the vehicle for that? Yes, Standard Chartered is on the naughty step again.
06 August 2014 01:18 AM
Outlook Talking about being late to parties, credit ratings agencies have made an art form of it. The don’t usually arrive until after everyone has gone home and the cleaners have started to make an attack on the mess.
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