James Moore

James Moore is Deputy Business Editor at The Independent.

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A protestor from the 'Robin Hood Tax Campaign,'

Customers complain to banks every 10 seconds

Chancellor George Osborne has announced attempts to manipulate any one of seven London pricing benchmarks will become a criminal offence

James Moore: Theresa May's migrant student plans to 'send 'em all back' is economic insanity

Outlook: If firms feel they can’t get staff here, they’ll invest elsewhere

Surprise as Treasury reveals Lloyds shares sale

A fresh batch of state-owned Lloyds Banking Group shares will be sold into the market over the coming months.

James Moore: Time for taxpayers to gain from Lloyds bailout

Outlook The fact that Lloyds Banking Group is unlikely to pay a dividend until 2016 doesn’t appear to have cooled the Government’s ardour for selling off the state’s stake.

James Moore: Settling scores over pay with Sir Martin Sorrell

Outlook Welcome to the jungle Roberto Quarta. The new WPP chairman is a former industrialist turned serial non-executive director. He  currently chairs Smith & Nephew and IMI, but the medical equipment maker and the metal basher aren’t in the same ball park as WPP when it comes to generating heat. They’re not in the same league.

James Moore: Here’s who can stop the bullying by our food-making behemoths...

Outlook Consider, if you will, the response by  2 Sisters Food Group to the mounting scandal over its treatment of its suppliers. In the wake of revelations that the maker of Fox’s biscuits and Goodfella’s pizza has been asking some of them for four months grace before paying them, it suggested that this was merely the starting point in a negotiation. So that’s alright then.

Bank stress tests: RBS and Lloyds struggle while Co-op fails in 'doomsday' scenario

Critics said the tests demonstrated that the taxpayer will still ultimately have to act as back-stop in a repeat of the financial crisis of 2007-08

BT’s quad-play foreplay could make little difference

Outlook: Quad-play does provide the benefit of having one place to go to complain when things inevitably go wrong

James Moore: Once bitten, twice shy – unless you are a stress-tested banker, it seems

Outlook: The stress tests are designed to gauge banks’ ability to deal with a really nasty economic shock

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