Toby Green

Toby Green works on the Business Desk of the Evening Standard and The Independent.

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Oil prices fall as Kerry makes case for limited action

Oil prices fell as the US Secretary of State John Kerry laid out a case for limited military action against Syria yesterday.

Troubled BlackBerry puts itself up for sale

BlackBerry, the struggling mobile phone maker that has been fighting a losing battle against Apple and Samsung, has put itself up for sale.

Toby Green: Meth in his madness gets Buffett's backing

Outlook From crack cocaine to the (fictional) world of crystal meth.

Toby Green: Ladbrokes on a loser as heatwave puts its gaming machines in the shade

Outlook Campaigners against gaming machines – the so-called "crack cocaine" of gambling – could be forgiven for having a wry smile on their faces yesterday. Fixed-odds betting terminals have no shortage of critics, given they allow players to lose (and, yes, occasionally win) big amounts of money at high speeds.

Manufacturers finally expect orders to rise

The mood among Britain’s smaller manufacturers is finally improving, according to research.

Daimler takes a stake in Aston Martin

Aston Martin, the 100-year-old company whose cars are a favourite of James Bond and the Royal Family, is to join forces with Mercedes' owner Daimler.

Dell founder ups his offer to take over PC maker

Michael Dell bowed to shareholder pressure yesterday in his battle to take the computer maker he founded private, but warned that his raised offer for Dell was the "best and final proposal".

Financial sector could lift GDP 3% if allowed to flourish – report

As many as 265,000 more jobs could be created by the financial services sector by 2020, a study claims today.

Dr Bose’s legacy: the real sound of music

It was a disappointing stereo that started off Amar Bose. When he bought it in the 1950s, Dr Bose – at the time a student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), near Boston – was frustrated to find the sound quality was a pale comparison to listening to live music.

Taxman opts for assets ahead of liquidation

The number of winding-up petitions issued by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has slumped by more than a third in the past year, according to figures released on Monday, with experts claiming the taxman is increasingly choosing to seize goods from companies instead.

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British doctors on brink of cure for paralysis

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Women may be better suited to space travel than men are
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'They poured water on, then electrified me...'

If Oscar Pistorius is sent to jail, his experience will not be that of other inmates
James Wharton: The former Guard now fighting discrimination against gay soldiers

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Life after the Army has brought new battles for the LGBT activist James Wharton
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Panic over Ebola threatens to infect the midterms

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Darling, you were fabulous! But offside...

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'Joy Division were making art... Ian was for real' says author Jon Savage
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Sean Harris: A rare interview with British acting's secret weapon

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For a no-holds-barred comedian who is scathing about woolly thinking and oppressive religiosity, he is surprisingly gentle in person
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Tim Wheeler: Alzheimer's, memories and my dad

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