Bonus transparency might reveal some ugly secrets

Outlook The salary benchmarking website could be accused of statin’ the bleedin’ obvious with its assertion that the majority of bankers are unhappy with their bonuses. But bear with me, because it draws some interesting conclusions from its research. More than 5,000 London-based bankers were given the option of saying they were satisfied, unsatisfied or unsure when it came to remuneration.

Sainsbury's isn't doing too badly, all things considered

Outlook When he’s not fighting jail sentences in Egypt – it related to Sainsbury’s attempt to open stores there in 1999 – the grocer’s chief executive Mike Coupe has been running a surprisingly successful business.

Adair Turner, former chairman of the FSA
Your money might be better spent on buying a flat in Athens, where bond yields are cheap right now

Just Eat just needs to stay ahead of its rivals

Outlook Despite its flotation being greeted with scepticism in certain quarters, Just Eat has served up a tasty dish with its latest set of results. The online takeaway middleman might be lacking in proprietary technology or patents, but it doesn’t appear to be suffering from that.

It's what keeps Nike ahead and Adidas chasing

Outlook Here’s some advice for Adidas: enrol some of your people at the University of Oregon.

HSBC's regulatory issues are complex, costly and ongoing
BAE has since overhauled its PR operation and finally seems to accept that an arms company will attract criticism from pacifists and journalists, whether it likes it or not

Facebook, Airbnb, Uber, and the unstoppable rise of the content non-generators

One creates no content, one owns no property, the other owns no cars. The property is at the interface

Professor David Blanchflower

David Blanchflower: The Coalition's economic legacy is plain - it has left us worse off

We can assess the overall success of the Coalition by examining the state of the economy the Coalition is about to hand over

David Cameron addressing staff at the Asda headquarters in Leeds

David Cameron has a strong business case – he should take it to the people

My Week: Whenever the Tory party faces crisis, the spirit of Margaret Thatcher is evoked

Twitter has lost its shine among many social-media users under the age of 30

Twitter is in trouble – and that news should surprise precisely nobody

US Outlook: In a raging-bull market, Twitter’s stock is turning into a dog

Horses are given an early morning workout at Churchill Downs race track in Louisville ahead of tomorrow’s Kentucky Derby

Derby day luck can breed a fortune in Kentucky

Despite a decline in American horse racing, tomorrow’s meeting might be the most lucrative sporting event on Earth

RBS is broadly delivering on its long-term plan
Jérôme Kerviel hugs a member of his support committee after he left jail near Paris
When he was jailed in 2010 the prosecution successfully argued that the Société Générale trader acted alone in losing the bank €4.9bn. But a recent report in the French press has stoked scepticism about that narrative, writes Martin Baker
Fifa president Sepp Blatter shakes hands with Jerome Valcke
The stock market greeted the news that three UK-based banks have been named by the FBI in its indictment against various Fifa officials with a shrug of its metaphorical shoulders, says James Moore
Small Business Person of the Week: Frederik Carling, CEO, Hovding
George Osborne’s next Budget is set to usher in Austerity Mark 2
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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the Department of Justice should give John Malone’s $55bn (£37bn) bid for Time Warner Cable (TWC) the green light
US Outlook from Andrew Dewson
Ben Chu reflects on moves for a Northern Powerhouse
The trustees of the Lehman Brothers estate say that Jonathan Hoffman is trying to get paid twice

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Tesco has been audited by PwC since 1983
James Moore: Change the incentives and you change the behaviour – that’s the theory
Athens is attempting to negotiate a better deal with its creditor nations in the European Union
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