Savings experts are worried about what changes the Chancellor will make next week
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Wednesday 19 June 2013
The public instinctively feels the law has been found wanting in the aftermath of the banking collapse
Sunday 16 June 2013
Saturday 15 June 2013
Tan Twan Eng has won the £25,000 Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction with The Garden of Evening Mists, beating double Man Booker winner Hilary Mantel to the title.
Thursday 13 June 2013
Decision comes after surprise exit of chief executive Stephen Hester
Thursday 13 June 2013
Glencore Xstrata's chief executive, Ivan Glasenberg, has announced three new appointments to the board of the wheat trading-to-coal mining empire, including the veteran Wall Street banker John Mack.
Wednesday 05 June 2013
Outlook Is the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards planning to bowl another googly at George Osborne? Andrew Tyrie and his colleagues have already proven themselves more than willing to make life extremely uncomfortable for the Chancellor and the Treasury.
Tuesday 04 June 2013
Investors in Wolseley were spooked by deteriorating construction markets in Europe today, despite an otherwise healthy set of third-quarter figures.
Monday 03 June 2013
Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy is today visiting 10 Downing Street for private talks with Prime Minister David Cameron.
Thursday 30 May 2013
A £52m refit for BBC's Bush House
Tuesday 28 May 2013
Spending on management consultants is growing at three times the rate of inflation and public sector work is increasing again after two years of dramatic declines. The annual survey from the Management Consultancies Association reports a 7 per cent leap in fee income in 2012, with the construction and transport sectors growing most rapidly. Consultants suffered steep falls when the economic downturn bit, especially in strategic advice as blue-chip clients put large-scale projects on ice.
Thursday 23 May 2013
The supermarket chain Morrisons enjoyed a day in the sun last week after it unveiled a 25-year, £170m licensing deal with Ocado to help it launch food online next year. But yesterday, the UK's fourth-biggest grocer was back in the shade after an institutional investor offloaded a large chunk of shares. Morrisons fell 6.7p to 282.6p, while traders waking up to mixed sales data from the supermarket might have also decided to put their money in the baskets of rivals Sainsbury's and Tesco.
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