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Easyjet shares dive after airline issues weak trading update

EasyJet shares plummeted after the budget airline warned that the timing of Easter would have an impact on its first-half results.

City advisers got £8.3m for Co-op deal but didn't check fatal loans

KPMG and JPMorgan say they weren't asked to look at toxic mortgages, so didn't

PricewaterhouseCoopers loses £18 million Unilever contract to rival KPMG

Unilever has announced plans to ditch PricewaterhouseCoopers after 27 years and is set to move its  £18 million a year audit to rival KPMG.

Willian was Chelsea's most expensive signing over the summer

Comment: It might not be what the football fans want, but agents are here to stay

It is understandable, to say the least, why football fans can get so frustrated at the amount of their money that ends up in the hands of football agents. Even in the era of the billionaire foreign benefactor, the theory has always been that the fans’ wages pay the players, through the medium of paying for tickets. For there to be other well-rewarded recipients almost feels like a betrayal of that.

Mr Michaels has only targeted increasing BDO's market share in the FTSE 350 from 3 per cent to 5 per cent by 2018

'Another decade of prejudice' against mid-tier accountants

Accountants outside of the industry’s ‘Big Four’ will continue to suffer from “institutional prejudice” for another decade despite incoming regulatory reforms, the managing partner of BDO has warned.

Surge in new homes but building sector slips back

A housebuilding surge failed to offset a summer blip for the wider building sector as industry output slipped back marginally.

Construction output suffers a fall despite homebuilding surge

The office for National Statistics said construction output failed to improve despite a homebuilding surge

Construction output suffers a fall despite homebuilding surge

The office for National Statistics said construction output failed to improve despite a homebuilding surge

Russell Lynch: 'Helicopter Ben' has nothing to lose by hovering longer

Ben Bernanke is still living up to his "Helicopter" nickname. Since 2008, the US Federal Reserve chairman has carpet-bombed the world's biggest economy with more than $3trn (£1.87trn) through three doses of quantitative easing.

James Moore: Commission drops the ball on auditor rotation

Outlook One aspect where lots of companies could do with improving their housekeeping is in the rotation of auditors.

Manufacturing firms report stronger order books in August

The outlook for the battered manufacturing sector is brightening according to the latest survey by the Confederation of British Industry.

Deloitte hails UK 'turning point' as its revenues and profits grow

Big four accountancy firm Deloitte has posted an increase in both revenues and profits as the UK economy starts to pick up.

Cuts after 2015 election ‘will slow growth’

Chancellor George Osborne should be braced for slowing growth after the next general election, a leading economic forecaster warned today.

Tchenguiz brothers plan £2.5bn legal action over arrests by SFO

Property tycoons to seek damages after judge orders release of papers

Ailing retailers buckle under rent blow

Two more retailers were on the brink of administration last night, putting thousands of jobs at risk after yesterday's third-quarter rent day forced them to throw in the towel.

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America's first slavery museum established at Django Unchained plantation - 150 years after slavery outlawed

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Moores must go. He should never have been brought back to fail again

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