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Jimmy Choo steps up for £1bn float

Paul Flowers was questioned by MPs over the Co-operative Bank's losses on 6 November

Police open investigation as former Co-op bank chair allegedly hands over £300 for drugs including crystal meth and cocaine

West Yorkshire Police have 'opened an investigation' after Reverend Paul Flowers was purportedly filmed discussing the purchase of class A drugs

Struggling with bills? Time to sell your home

More than two fifths of people who sell their home to move to a smaller one do so to help reduce their bills.

Money Insider: Don't delay... make the switch and cash in with a new bank account

While we transfer our credit card balance without a second thought and shop around for a new mortgage deal each time our fixed rate expires, switching our bank account still seems to be seen as too much hassle.

Businessman Sir Philip Green leaves the High Court after giving evidence in the case brought by Michelle Young against her estranged husband, Scot Young

Topshop boss Sir Philip Green ‘lent tycoon friend Scot Young £80,000 to help pay his rent’

Michelle Young claims her husband has squirrelled away 'a few billion at least' in offshore tax havens around the world

Market Report: TalkTalk rang up gains as it headed towards nearly one million TV customers

Traders' chat was largely focused on a telecoms-to-TV group with a set of figures worth talking about yesterday. TalkTalk said it had added 167,000 customers to its TV business in the second quarter, putting it on track for nearly 1 million by its financial year end.

The Government may overturn the banning of transfers from a child trust fund into a junior ISA

How to get a nicer ISA to boost your children's savings

Tax-free accounts for youngsters can provide wildly differing returns, so find a good deal

Market Report: Fears Aberdeen could be caught up in expensive bidding war

Reports from Down Under that could mean an expensive bidding war for fund manager Aberdeen Asset Management sent it to the bottom of the Footsie yesterday.

The Business Matrix: Thursday 7 November 2013

City services  job numbers falls

Margareta Pagano: Angela Ahrendts proves women can have it all with move to Apple... but it helps if they’re American

In The City: If you were an ambitious executive, still in your prime, wouldn’t you choose to go to Apple?

A 5 bedroom detached house for sale in Fitz Roy Avenue, Harborne, Birmingham, on with Your Move for £820,000

House prices top previous August 2008 peak

Even wealthiest in UK are now worried that their children won't be able to afford a house, claims new report

Market Report: Red pen for RBS on profitability fears

The City withdrew funds from Royal Bank of Scotland yesterday on concerns it isn’t as profitable as some had hoped.Analysts at Bank of America Merrill Lynch took the red pen to the taxpayer-owned bank on fears of falling margins on mortgages, dividend anxiety in relation to capital-ratio requirements, plus the possible issues of its government-enforced bad bank, US housing claims looming and EU Libor settlements.

Lloyds banks £977m from Australian sale

The latest sell-off by the bank will see it strengthening its balance sheet

Royal Mail float frenzy crashes the website at Hargreaves

Online broker angers clients unable to make quick profit as shares rocketed

Motorists' friend? George Osborne at a car factory in Derby last week

To offshore or not to offshore? That is the question

Some motor industry firms are scaling back offshore production, but 'onshoring' may not have the last laugh

HSBC joins £12bn Help to Buy plan with bank to offer mortgages worth up to 95%

HSBC provided a major boost to the Government's Help to Buy scheme when it confirmed that it would begin offering mortgages worth up to 95 per cent of property values under the initiative.

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