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.

How you can finance an enjoyable retirement

With a bit of careful planning, pensioners can have the time of their lives, reports Rob Griffin

David Cameron's address was a much more passionate defence of
markets than Labour had expected

Andrew Grice: PM lags behind in rush to embrace moral markets

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Unilever pension move given go-ahead

Trustees of consumer giant Unilever have given the go-ahead for controversial changes to the firm's pensions, while workers continued to take strike action in protest at the move.

Apple promises an iPad revolution in the classroom

Channelling the grand ambition, the razzmatazz and the hyperbole typical of the late Steve Jobs, Apple promised to revolutionise classroom learning with a new interactive textbook for its iPad tablet computer.

George Eastman, left, who founded Kodak in 1892, and Thomas Edison pose with their inventions in this late-1920s photograph

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The world's biggest film company filed for bankruptcy yesterday, beaten by the digital revolution. The only problem is, the enemy started within

Apple eyes interactive textbooks revolution

Channelling the grand ambition, the razzmatazz and the hyperbole typical of the late Steve Jobs, Apple promised to revolutionise classroom learning with a new interactive textbook for its iPad tablet computer.

Pearson reveals profit upgrade

The Financial Times and Penguin publisher Pearson upgraded its 2011 profit forecasts yesterday, saying it had a strong Christmas period and bucked the wider economic gloom.

'Vital' for big firms to help Earth

Sir David Attenborough has called on big businesses to help protect the natural world from the rapidly expanding human population.

£8bn pay bill for Goldman Sachs

Wall Street banking giant Goldman Sachs, which employs thousands of staff in the UK, revealed a bill for pay and bonuses in 2011 of $12.22bn (£7.95 billion) today.

Olympus inquiry clears its auditors of cover-up

An internal inquiry by camera maker Olympus has cleared its auditors, Ernst & Young (E&Y) and KPMG, of any wrongdoing, despite their utter failure to spot a $1.7bn (£1.1bn) fraud at the heart of the company.

Mitt Romney shares the stage with his wife Ann at a campaign rally in Florence, South Carolina, yesterday

Super-rich Romney admits paying only 15 per cent in taxes

Republican front-runner under pressure to make public his returns ahead of South Carolina primary

Volatile global markets a winner for IG

The collapse of rival MF Global and the unprecedented volatility of global stock markets in August saw IG Index, the world's largest spread-betting firm, increase profits by 28 per cent in its first half.

Simon Kelner: Why Clegg's 'John Lewis Britain' is a sensible idea

My Auntie Bertha has never been a football fan. In fact, she has only gone to one football match in her long lifetime. It just happened to be the World Cup final of 1966 at Wembley when, of course, England beat West Germany to become world champions for the first and only time.

The chips that are good for your health

Pharmacy to sell edible microchips that will alert doctors if patients are not taking right medicines.

BP ready to support struggling Petroplus to safeguard supplies

BP is considering possible measures to support the cash-strapped European refiner Petroplus, on whom the oil giant relies to supply its UK petrol stations.

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