Tech City CEO Joanna Shields moves up to chairman and takes on London Stock Exchange role

The appointment of the ex-Facebook exec to head the UK's investment group for technology was seen as a big win for the PM

An African tycoon who could bring back Bob Diamond's sparkle

Bob Diamond, the disgraced former chief executive of Barclays, may have been the name who drew London investors to his new company aiming to buy banks in Africa, but it is his 32-year-old Ugandan business partner, Ashish Thakkar, who will be providing the all-important contacts.

Ex-director of ENRC claims 'leak' meeting with reporter was a bluff

The City grandee Sir Paul Judge has claimed that he was tricked by a supposed journalist in a sting operation orchestrated by the controversial mining company ENRC, with which he is locked in a bitter battle.

City standards watchdog is roasted by MPs over ENRC

The company is under investigation from the Serious Fraud Office amid allegations of corruption after an unhappy few years on the LSE

Big, but not clever: MPs attack Royal Mail banks

Vince Cable rejected chance to raise float price in the days before undervalued launch

Jim Armitage: A safe haven for spooks, and dodgy journalistic dealings

Outlook Few silver linings have emerged from the debacle of FTSE 100 mining giant ENRC's short tenure on the London Stock Exchange but I think I might have found one.

Italy out to attract luxury listings to Milan

The Italian stock exchange is looking to lure luxury goods companies to list in Milan with a two-day event in association with Vogue Italia.

Haythornthwaite gets Centrica chair

Former Network Rail chairman Rick Haythornthwaite has been confirmed as the new chairman of British Gas-owner Centrica, ahead of expected energy bill increases of around £100.

Speedo-clad Russian billionaire Oleg Tinkov floats in London

He sold his last business to Roman Abramovich and posed in his autobiography wearing nothing but skintight, neon Speedos.

Jim Armitage: Chinese cash in as London loses out

Outlook "Colourful" is how writers with nervous lawyers like to describe Frank Timis.

Big hitters wade in for next wave of flotations

Bankers are set to soak up the sun in the Square Mile this summer, writes Jamie Dunkley

Nick Goodway: AIM tax breaks can be significant for investors

Funny foreign mineral hunters and weird Israeli tech boffins also have their place on the market

Finance head departs Flybe as new boss makes his mark

Flybe’s long-standing finance director has resigned, just three working days after the struggling airline’s new chief executive started his job.

City’s reputation for straight dealing must be protected

Entry to the City of London must be hard-earned in the eyes of the world. Otherwise there will be lasting damage

Rothermere buys rights to beef up control of DMGT

Viscount Rothermere today strengthened his financial hold over Daily Mail & General Trust by buying out a 29.3% voting stake belonging to family members in a £50 million transaction.

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