Toby Green

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

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Serious cases of tax evasion 'have plunged in two years'

Fears over the current level of tax evasion and its effect on the economy are overblown, the UK law firm Pinsent Masons has claimed, as new analysis shows the number of serious cases being investigated by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has plummeted over the last two years.

BT chief executive Ian Livingston, who will be appointed to the Government as trade minister

Gavin Patterson replaces BT chief Ian Livingston after he quits to take on role as Government trade minister

Former chairman and chief executive of HSBC Lord Green to stand down

Advisers cut fees to gain work from fundraisers

Tough competition among financial advisers in the City has been laid bare by data showing that the cost of entering London's junior stock market has dropped for the first time in seven years.

Bill Gates and his charity revealed as major shareholders in embattled G4S

The world's richest man and the world's biggest security company are working on the same team.

Severn Trent rejects fresh bid from LongRiver consortium

Shareholders hold firm for a third time despite £5.3bn approach for water giant

Americans grab Old Spitalfields

An American company has snapped up east London’s historic Old Spitalfields Market for more than £100m.

Electric car pioneer runs out of road

A pioneering electric car venture once praised by Bill Clinton has admitted defeat on its plans to bring the technology into the mainstream.

With lottery sales hitting an all-time high of £7bn, Camelot chief executive Dianne Thompson has every reason to be smiling

But, despite that, she’s sticking with her plan to step down in 2015, she tells Toby Green

Lloyds’ shares rise above break-even level, raising hopes for sell-off of taxpayers’ stake

The prospect of the Government getting rid of its stake in Lloyds moved closer yesterday as shares in the bank broke the level set as the break-even price for taxpayers.

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