JEFF PRESTRIDGE: How six workers who lost their jobs after their employers went bust stopped a pensions abyss
On Wednesday, while the heat was intensifying on Sir Philip Green to plug the gaping hole in the BHS pension scheme, six gentlemen were quietly allowed into the courtyard of 10 Downing Street.
Pension chiefs' meeting with £1 BHS buyer lasted just 30 MINUTES: Row deepens with trustees blasted and billionaire urged to pay up
BHS collapsed last week just a year after it was sold by billionaire Sir Philip Green to ex-racing driver and twice-bankrupt Dominic Chappell. The failure has left 11,000 jobs on the line.
MIDAS SHARE TIPS: £950m sales at newspaper and magazine distributor Connect – now that's a good story
The company, until recently known as Smiths News, demerged from WH Smith in 2006 and remains the biggest newspaper and magazine distributor in the country.
YBC co-founder Ted Wigzell, who was previously chairman of the Central London branch of the Federation of Small Businesses, is aiming to appeal to younger entrepreneurs.
TONY HETHERINGTON: A Victorian time warp? No, it's a Legal Aid battle that's been dragging on for more than 30 years
I am sending you copies of correspondence with the Legal Aid Agency about a legal matter dating back more than 30 years.
Pure Benefits, which chairman Stuart Gray has been developing since 2012, will offer benefits including life insurance, income protection and key person cover.
Worldpay said takings in cafes, pubs, restaurants and tourist attractions in the resort in Pembrokeshire could be seven times higher than on a normal weekend.
HSBC dividend under threat with first quarter profits set to plunge by more than £2bn after investment division falters
The bank is pledging to pay out more this year than the 51 cents per share it paid last year, and the crash in profits could threaten this.
JON REES: What was Sir Philip Green thinking and why did we not learn when Comet went bust after being sold for £1?
We've been here before: Comet, the electrical chain, was sold for £1 to private equity firm OpCapita in 2011 and a year later had gone bust.
Building society bosses give themselves a pay rise while savers suffer: Falling rates, poor results but still gravy train rolls on
Analysis of the remuneration that building society bosses received last year shows that some enjoyed double digit percentage increases – despite the fact that inflation for 2015 was zero.
Welcome to the office – it's a bit of a squeeze: New York firm to transform iconic red phone boxes into mini work stations
Bar Works is to launch Pod Works in locations including London, Leeds and Edinburgh using old BT phone boxes as mini-work stations for those on the move.
Duncan, who represents Rutland and Melton, was contacted in February by a worker complaining that food producer Samworth Brothers was trying to cut back on staff benefits.
Investment trust Law Debenture is something of an oddball, but this has not stopped it from becoming popular among investors looking for a mix of income and capital growth.
A trip back in time to invest for the future: From Choppers to Hoppers and lava lamps, we shine a light on yesteryear's fads that can be worth a fortune
Before computers and gadgets took over, our lives were full of fun fads and crazes. We travel back in time to discover how many favourites are making a comeback as top alternative investments.
Scared of pickpockets? Then avoid King's Cross...on a Friday: We find out who is losing what, and where – and how best to insure yourself if you use the Underground
Travellers using London's most popular Tube lines should hang on more tightly to their wallets, phones and handbags as pickpockets are on the prowl.
Revolt as blue chip pay soars: Return of the 'shareholder spring' as Standard Chartered, Aviva, BAE Systems, and RBS face votes
Shareholder champion PIRC is urging investors to reject pay reports at insurer Aviva, defence group BAE Systems, and Standard Chartered and RBS banks.
Institute of Directors chief to address MPs to encourage crowdfunding as a way to get people away from investing in property
Policy chief Jimmy McLoughlin will speak to the Treasury Select Committee at this week’s investigation into access to business finance.
'Stop solving problems... just make the customer happy': As complaints against Vodafone soar, a whistleblower claims it is obsessed with its 'satisfaction' ratings
Vodafone customers complain about wildly inaccurate bills, charges for random premium rate calls, phones being disconnected and customers overcharged for upgrades.
BT will report a sharp rise in annual profits this week – just days after it hiked prices for millions of landline and broadband customers.
'If there's a 51/49 vote for Brexit on a low turnout, Parliament simply won't allow it': Vince Cable wades into the referendum and the BHS row
Cable is a pro-European and he has issued stark warnings of 'messy outcomes' if the result of the vote is not crystal clear one way or the other.
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