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Shares fell as much as 14% in early trading after company warned on 2014 profit outlook

London exit no end to this sorry tale

When Kazakhmys's chief Oleg Novachuk says that its stake in ENRC did not "create the opportunities that we had anticipated" he is underplaying the affair to the extreme.

Public funds tax bills of some of Britain's most senior civil servants

Investigation suggests some civil servants have portions of their tax bills paid for

Barclays fights FCA over Qatar fundraising

Bank will issue £5.8bn in shares to plug a £12.8bn capital shortfall

Phillippa Williamson stepped down as SFO chief executive in 2012

Revealed: Serious Fraud Office chief who worked at home spent £100,000 on travel costs

Phillippa Williamson was allowed to run up bill in deal criticised as ‘quite astounding’ by MPs

Serco has attracted criticism for its role in the tagging scandal

Serco tagging scandal could hit sale of MoD agency contract

The Ministry of Defence is under pressure to rebuff the attempt of one of Britain's biggest companies to take over the £14bn agency that buys the armed forces' missiles and submarines in the wake of the electronic tagging scandal.

Vince Cable: Government will 'toughen up' after G4S and Serco scandal

Business Secretary Vince Cable has said the Coalition will “toughen up” on private contracts after the Government disclosed two major firms had charged the taxpayer to monitor non-existent electronic tags.

Outlook: Another procurement contract bungled by inexperienced mandarins

So, we taxpayers have been allegedly paying G4S and Serco to monitor dead crims. We should all look forward to hearing their well-paid lawyers defend the use of public money to ensure deceased wrong 'uns don't breach their bail conditions.

Oxford gets £50m from books arm as it overcomes African fraud

Oxford University Press (OUP) claimed it has put a fraud scandal behind it as annual sales rose 4 per cent despite "incredibly tough" trading conditions in parts of the eurozone and Africa.

Emily Thornberry: Weak UK laws meant US took the lead in Libor scandal, she said

Labour plans a white-collar crime blitz to tackle financial mis-selling and fraud - with fines based on turnover

UK banks and businesses could face multimillion pound fines for defrauding their customers in a crackdown on white-collar crime to be announced by Labour.

Future of ENRC in the melting pot

A fraud inquiry, a dearth of information at the agm and a bid still swirling. Where next for the blue-chip miner that's 'more Soviet than City'?

ENRC reveals details of low-ball bid from founders

Shares in the controversial FTSE 100 miner Eurasian Natural Resources (ENRC) dropped yesterday after it confirmed details of an unwanted attempted takeover bid by its oligarch founders and the Kazakhstan government.

Scandal-hit miner ENRC shunned by leading City brokers

Morgan Stanley and Deutsche Bank cut ties with company facing fraud inquiry

Rolls-Royce aerospace boss leaves after only four months

Mark King had been considered a “rising star” of company’s leadership team

Market Report: Hambro's miner shines in gold rally

Peter Hambro's gold miner Petropavlovsk was glistening close to the top of the mid-tier index yesterday when the previously plummeting gold price rallied, reaching its highest in more than a week. The IMF said central banks are buying gold again and its price responded after tumbling the sharpest for 30 years last week.

Osborne and the Treasury could potentially veto politically sensitive fraud inquiries without public scrutiny

Revealed: George Osborne’s secret veto on fraud inquiries

Chancellor writes SFO cheques - so is there a conflict of interest?

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