James Moore

James Moore is Deputy Business Editor at The Independent.

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Independent journalist James Moore is looking to mobilise the spending power of disabled people

Disabled people have a host of extra things to buy, so why are so few businesses selling?

‘The purple pound is there for the taking – it’s not as hard as you think’

James Moore: Some welcome brakes applied to George Osborne's pension freedom

Outlook Are you one of the rapidly diminishing band of people with a “defined benefit” (DB) company pension that guarantees you a percentage of your final salary when you retire? Fancy transferring out of it so you can take advantage of the Chancellor’s pension freedom reforms and take a big lump of cash instead? Well you’re out of luck. The Financial Conduct Authority, fearing a mass of “irrational transfers” out of DB schemes, has decided that it will let you take such a step only if you receive regulated financial advice.

James Moore: What have the European courts ever done for us?

Outlook What’s this, a victory for George Osborne in Europe? Sacré Bleu!

Despite ITV as a company enduring an overall decline of 5 per cent in its audience share in 2014, it managed to increase advertising revenues by 6 per cent.

James Moore: ITV is thriving in a digital world, but content must remain king

The performance of ITV1 was the main reason for the decline. But advertisers appear willing to pay more for less.

Barclays included £449m of “litigation and conduct” issues in its adjusted results, but it excluded £2.35bn.
Warren Buffett is the exception - fund managers must be monitored
London is in the midst of a hotel boom

Sports attractions fuel capital's hotel boom

Average cost per night of a room in London is €182

Lloyds pays first dividend since crisis and Horta-Osorio gets £11m

Lloyds is to pay its first dividend since the financial crisis but faces a growing controversy over the huge rewards handed to its executives as a result, including £11.5m to boss Antonio Horta-Osorio.

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