Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney at the Emirates

Should David Moyes sell Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney?

The England forward has again asked to leave the club - but should the incoming manager let him?

Hiscox gets off to a storming start

Hiscox, the Lloyd's of London insurer that specialises in the finer things in life, posted a revenue rise after a catastrophe-free start to the year.

Satyajit Das: High economic growth could be over – and it may have benefits

Midweek View: Growth was based on policies that led to the unsustainable degradation of the environment
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Profits jump at Richemont beats expectations

Richemont, the owner of the website Net-a-Porter and jewellery brands Cartier and Jaeger-LeCoultre, has allayed fears of a slowdown in the luxury goods sector with full-year net profits up 30 per cent, well above expectations.

Costs aside, earning again won’t be easy for Chris Huhne

Even if they succeed in beating down the level of costs demanded by the prosecution, Chris Huhne and Vicky Pryce will emerge from prison many thousands of pounds worse off than they were when they went in, and will need to earn money.

Alisher Usmanov, left, topped The Sunday Times Rich List (£13.3bn) whilst Adele, left, came out top with pop stars (£30m)

Live in the UK and earn £23,000? That’s rich. (No, honestly, it is)

Readers of yesterday’s Sunday Times Rich List, might have felt poor noting that Alisher Usmanov (£13.3bn) is the UK’s wealthiest, and last year’s leader Lakshmi Mittal (£10bn) is now just fourth. Or that among pop stars, Adele (£30m), above right, is richer than Cheryl Cole (£14m).

Margareta Pagano: Wolfson's gesture marks dawn of a new era

The Next boss's bonus give-away is one of several efforts by businesses, reacting to public and shareholder pressure, to change their culture
He urged those who can afford it to pay back the benefit, saying it was an

Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith provokes ministers' revolt as he tells wealthy pensioners: 'hand back your benefits'

IDS says it is an 'anomaly' that all pensioners receive universal benefits, no matter how well-off they are

Politics stripped bare: François Hollande forces French ministers to reveal all - down to their bicycles

Hollande’s desire to moralise ‘politics’ in  wake of Cahuzac tax scandal sees top politicians reveal everything they own

Household wealth passes the £7 trillion mark

Wealthiest 10 per cent of households hold 22 times more wealth than those in the bottom half

Legal age to buy crackers cut as part of 'pointless' red tape rules to be scrapped from tomorrow

Dozens of cuts to red tape will come into force tomorrow, including reducing the age for buying Christmas crackers, saving businesses millions of pounds, the Government has announced.

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'There is only one club to sign for': Zlatan Ibrahimovic urges Wayne Rooney to consider PSG switch

Manchester United striker has been linked with a switch away from Old Trafford

Anthony Hilton: Rowland keeping it in the family bank

I rather fancy the idea of being so rich that you buy your own bank to look after your money rather than having to lie awake worrying that your high street branch is about to go bust on you.

The next TV deal will be worth over £5bn

Championship clubs warn Premier League over hike in parachute payments for relegated teams

Football League clubs unhappy over increase, from next season, for sides dropping down to the Championship

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