Probe finds “inappropriate collaboration” between bosses in the insurers Irish busines
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.
Report finds that flaws in the project could have been identified two years before it was finally shut down - at a cost of £100m
Under-resourced Ofwat doesn't have the staff to assess the utilities' new charges to customers
More time spent living on the web has been matched by an increased spend from companies on online ads
It can contain toxic chemicals, like chloroform, cleaning fluid, nail-polish remover, anti-freeze or even isopropranol – which is lethal in high doses.
Town centre stores are shutting down at a rate of 18 a day across Britain, according to figures.
The identity of the buyer is unknown, although believed to be a real estate firm
Bank launches audit as outcry grows over links to Malaysian logging companies
‘Global Graduates’ is the new buzz phrase amongst graduate employers and higher education institutions. It is essential, says Mark Pettitt, that the UK seeks to encourage the production of ‘global graduates’ for the future of the UK economy
Big Four ‘outgun’ HMRC in tax avoidance battle
Regional Rugby Wales has accused the Welsh Rugby Union chief executive of “overseeing the decline of Welsh rugby outside the international tier” as relations between the two bodies threaten to break down.
Around 2,000 jobs at the camera chain are under threat
Demand could see UK auction raise more than £2 billion
Evan Davis gave the head of tax at PwC a grilling on Radio 4
Surprise cut in corporation tax is a winner while new rise in banking levy sparks fears over credit supply