Margareta Pagano

Margareta Pagano is a former business editor of the Independent on Sunday who now writes columns and business interviews for a range of publications, including the Independent, Independent on Sunday and London Evening Standard.

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Who'd have bet on it? Denise Coates after she was appointed CBE in May 2012

Against the odds: Denise Coates's good fortune

How did Denise Coates turn a £15m loan into a billion pound fortune? Margareta Pagano reports on the woman from Stoke behind the world’s biggest online betting firm

William Eccleshare says the UK is an ‘emerging market’ for innovative advertising

William Eccleshare: Forget web banner ads, the future is the great outdoors

William Eccleshare doesn’t see outdoor advertising as old school or low-tech. Combined with mobile devices, he says, it offers unmatched visibility and engagement. He spoke to Margareta Pagano

Biotech boom: Cambridge Science Park

Why Cambridge is at the heart of Britain's economic recovery

New investment and a unique relationship between business and academia is transforming the Silicon Fen

Free radical: Blix would like to see the Middle East give up its nuclear weapons

Hans Blix: From the hell of Iraq, hope for an era of peace

The UN weapons inspector who failed to prevent the invasion 11 years ago, believes it is the last such conflict, as nations learn to co-operate. Margareta Pagano meets Hans Blix

With an investment of £14m, Robin Hood can quit stealing from the rich

Robin Hood and his merry men are out hunting for money again – £14m to be precise.

Farage farrago: He suggested women taking time off to have children made them ‘worth less’ to City firms

Nigel Farage: what's really happening in the City?

The Ukip leader's views about working women are hopelessly out of date, says Margareta Pagano.

Is Ericsson chief Hans Vestberg the most connected man in the world?

From Nigeria to New York, broadband will be the next telecoms revolution, says phone firm chief, who’s more than ready

Standard Chartered board cull attacked as shares tumble again

The departure of two of Standard Chartered's most senior directors in a bloody reshuffle aimed at improving profits rocked the City yesterday, sending the bank's shares down to their lowest level for nearly two years.

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars bespoke Mazarine Blue Ghost

Rolls-Royce to create 100 new jobs after record sales

Over 3,630 cars were delivered to customers in 2013, the highest in the marque's history

The UK chief executive of Rolls-Royce Torsten Müller-Ötvös in London yesterday to celebrate the company’s 110th birthday

Rolls-Royce is on a roll as the super-rich get all revved up

Sales are booming for Britain's luxury car makers as everyone from Chinese tycoons to film stars scrambles to buy one

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