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Senior ex-HSBC executive David Bagley has been appointed as director of regulatory risk and compliance to keep the Co-op Bank out of trouble.
Research group Markit said its barometer of business sentiment in the UK is at 55 per cent.
Lord Grabiner QC will look into whether any Bank officials knew of or facilitated manipulation of a series of auctions in 2007 and 2008.
A major housebuilding programme could provide a big boost to the economy, address our housing shortage, and generate long-term returns for pensioners.
Jo Swinson said paying wealthy pensioners up to £300 each for fuel was hard to justify, and wants to give young people a two-thirds discount on bus fares to help them get to work or school.
Top bankers could see their salaries double next year after the Chancellor was forced last week to concede defeat in his bid to overturn EU pay rules for bank high-flyers.
His wealth was made in investment in emerging markets, notably Russia.
James Watt claimed the Great British Entrepreneur of the Year title last week.
This Friday is tipped to be the biggest ever day for online sales, as the US tradition of Black Friday has become a fixture in UK retailers’ calendars.
Aviva is understood to have begun talking to top investors including The People’s Republic of China about the deal.
The Malaysian disasters are expected to end up costing insurers as much as £450million.
Those of us who remember the 1970s will recall power cuts well. As a child they were sometimes fun; in the grown-up world they were an economic disaster.
Families who take a short break over the festive period could be left with no recourse to insurance if their pipes burst or leak, thanks to a little-known clause in their cover.
Planning for the future is difficult if you do not know where you stand in the present. To get a true picture of your finances try the Budget Planner from the Money Advice Service.
What many savers fail to realise is that contributions are typically worked out on a specific band of their earnings – and not their full pay.
How to avoid a conveyor belt funeral and opt for a more personalised send-off, while still saving money. Rosie Inman-Cook offers wicke and cardboard coffins.
New research shows that second-steppers now face incredible challenges climbing up the housing ladder. Nick Hume paid less than £600 in fees to sell his home.
We round-up the Sunday newspaper share tips. This week, Learning Technologies, UDG Healthcare and Concha.
Few firms back young British businesses more than low-key investment manager Hargreave Hale.
Learning Technologies shares are 20¼p and the stock should rise considerably over the next three years.