Jack Inglis, head of the industry’s trade body, asked the public why its image is so bad. The replies made unpleasant reading, but at least he could answer the charges
Alliance’s six-strong board will have a completely new look going into the new year, compared with a year ago
Elliott has a reputation for pushing through corporate change by taking small stakes in companies and forcing management to pursue Elliott’s preferred strateg
Billionaire activist investor Tom Sandell has accused the £1.7 billion transport group of a “premature” rejection of its break-up plans for the business.
Hedge fund giant Man Group has brushed off Richard Desmond's £20 million High Court claim for losses on a financial product, insisting it did not even act as the counter-party in the disputed transaction.
America’s Securities and Exchange Commission has taken former Goldman Sachs London banker Fabrice 'Fabulous' Tourre to court demanding $1.1 million (£674,000) in fines and other penalties for his role in a failed mortgage-backed securities deal which cost investors $1 billion.
Tory strategist’s links to cigarette giant pile pressure on PM after tobacco policy U-turn
Sky Blues remain in administration and fans face baffling business complexities as uncertainties remain
Major operation launched to clear central London HQ of anti-G8 movement in former police station
A row over the stadium has been going on for months
Banksy's latest has been torn off the wall of a Poundland and offered for sale in Miami
Prosecutors in Lithuania have opened an investigation into a multi-million dollar tax fraud carried out by a Russian organised crime group which used the Baltic nation’s banks to launder some of their money.
Could Paul Singer destroy another economy?
James Blunt has suggested he may quit the music industry at the grand old age of 38 to hang out in Ibiza with his girlfriend and sizeable bank balance. And he's not the only one retiring prematurely.