News Emergency services were called to 25 Bank Street at around 8am this morning

Gabriel joined JPMorgan in 2004 and worked in technology. He was not a trader or a banker.

Protesters plan welfare reform demo

Activists are to stage a "daring and disruptive" act of civil disobedience in opposition to the Government's controversial welfare reforms.
An impressive work placement earned Sam Mosley (left) and Sarah Mullen employment straight out of uni

Jobseekers jump ahead with work experience

A degree may show you know your theory, but experience in the workplace goes a long way to getting an employer to offer you a job

An MBA represents an investment in your intellectual capital that is hard for employers to resist

Sweet temptation for employers

Projections for 2012 suggest firms aim to hire management graduates, making such degrees more valuable than ever

More woe for UK's nightlife sector

The owner of the Sports Cafe on London's Haymarket and 19 other bars and clubs around the country have been wrapped up in a pre-pack administration, in the latest sign of the downturn which is ravaging Britain's nightlife sector.

Brothers sell software firm to Playtech in £15m deal

A designer of gambling software was feeling lucky yesterday after selling his business £11m.

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Cable vows to boost shareholders' power to curb pay

Vince Cable pledged to replace "rewards for failure" with "rewards for success" as he outlined plans to boost the power of shareholders to curb excessive executive pay.

BlackBerry maker RIM looks ripe for takeover

BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) looked like a prime takeover target last night after its co-chief executives abruptly quit because of poor sales.

Italian Navy scuba divers inspect inside the Costa Concordia

Costa cruise hit rocks in 2005 – and firm tried to cover it up

Photographer claims company encouraged captains to take their ships close to shore

Takeover talk swirls as bosses quit ailing BlackBerry

Asian giants Samsung and LG cited as potential bidders after Research In Motion shares tumble

RSM Tenon dives after Morton walks out

Shares in the accountancy group RSM Tenon fell 29 per cent yesterday after its chairman, Bob Morton, and chief executive, Andy Raynor (pictured), resigned, and the firm issued a profits warning.

The Business Secretary, Vince Cable, sets out his plans on executive pay

Cable tells shareholders: I'll give you the power to curb fat cats' pay

Vince Cable pledged to replace "rewards for failure" with "rewards for success" as he outlined plans to boost the power of shareholders to curb excessive executive pay.

Empty Government office plan for entrepreneurs

Empty Government offices will be offered to budding entrepreneurs hoping to launch their own businesses, David Cameron said today.

Britain's global ambitions hit by migration cap

Britain's efforts to further globalise its economy will slip backwards over the next three years because of new immigration rules that will hit the hiring of foreign nationals.

Brake on hiring foreigners set to slow UK's globalisation efforts

Britain's efforts to further globalise its economy will slip backwards over the next three years because of new immigration rules that will hit the hiring of foreign nationals.

Investing in small British businesses may not be such a risk this year

It's not just the big boys who can deliver a return

The share price fall of smaller UK companies could make them worth a punt this year, particularly if you find the right fund manager. Emma Dunkley reports

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