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ITV buys stake in ‘Teen Wolf’ firm

Dividend in doubt as RSA fires two Irish directors

The troubled More Than insurer RSA signalled another burst of pain ahead on the dividend yesterday as it prepares to strengthen its finances following "completely unacceptable" losses in Ireland.

RSA blames £200m hole on 'inappropriate collaboration' between bosses in Irish business

Probe finds “inappropriate collaboration” between bosses in the insurers Irish busines

Aviva sets aside £100m for clients’ compensation claims

Aviva has been forced to set aside almost £100m after two former workers in its fund management arm breached its trading policy.   

John Lewis's most popular item this Christmas was the Apple iPad

John Lewis sells one iPad every 10 seconds

John Lewis recorded a 4.2 per cent year-on-year increase in sales to £164.4m on the back of last-minute Christmas shopping. The group said on Sunday there had been a 9.7 per cent rise in sales in the week to 22 December.

The former BBC Director-General is currently chief executive of the New York Times Company

Former BBC boss Mark Thompson to face MPs again over report into failed £100m digital project

Report finds that flaws in the project could have been identified two years before it was finally shut down  - at a cost of £100m

European Union unveils tough new rules for 'Big Four' accountants

The Big Four accountants could find themselves being stripped of their most lucrative audit deals every 10 years, according to tough new rules proposed by the European Union.

Pension schemes face funding crisis

Britain’s pension schemes remain gripped by a funding crisis, despite the nation’s recent economic revival, figures published today reveal.

With an eye to the 2015 election, politicians are focusing public debate on the utilities’ contribution to bills

Water regulator pays consultants £18m. Guess who'll foot the bill?

Under-resourced Ofwat doesn't have the staff to assess the utilities' new charges to customers

Mr Michaels has only targeted increasing BDO's market share in the FTSE 350 from 3 per cent to 5 per cent by 2018

'Another decade of prejudice' against mid-tier accountants

Accountants outside of the industry’s ‘Big Four’ will continue to suffer from “institutional prejudice” for another decade despite incoming regulatory reforms, the managing partner of BDO has warned.

James Moore: Young and old can take heart – at least it’s not as bad as in Mexico

Outlook: Only way of being certain of a retirement in relative comfort is to join the public sector

Members of civil society shout for governments to Stop Climate Madness - nearly 200 governments clashed over how to finance the cost of global warming

UN climate change summit: Talks stand still as states clash over costs

Japan dramatically scales back long-term commitments to reduce carbon emissions as Australia moves to repeal its carbon tax

Fall in worldwide business taxes slowing

Without large changes in Democratic Republic of Congo global average total tax rate would have increased

Ladbrokes loses auditor in its bid to catch main rival William Hill

Ladbrokes has dumped its auditor as the bookie looks to close the gap on fierce rival William Hill.

The Bank of England kept interest rates on hold once more today

Bank of England holds rates at record low

Rates held at 0.5% and £375 billion economy-boosting drive unchanged

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