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Bank of England strike to go ahead

A three-day strike by...

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Ex-M&S and Unilever chiefs eye £6bn Flora bid

A former boss of Marks & Spencer (M&S) and an ex-Unilever chief operating officer are being lined up to play key roles in the...

Household debt warning as borrowing levels soar

A credit rating agency has warned about soaring levels of household debt as Bank of England figures show unsecured borrowing is back above £200bn. The...

Pound at 10-month high on dollar's Trump slump

Sterling has been trading against the dollar at levels not seen since September last year - hitting $1.32 at the close of trading in...

Bank of England strike goes ahead as talks fail

The Bank of England will be hit by its first strike action in more than 50 years following the failure of talks to resolve...

Whitehall ends Deloitte ban after Brexit row

The professional services giant Deloitte has resumed bidding for Government contracts after being placed in the deep freeze by Theresa May over a memo...

Kids Company ex-directors facing bans

Business Secretary Greg Clark...

Kids Company bosses face six-year boardroom ban

The founder and former trustees of Kids Company are facing company directorship bans of up to six years following a Government probe into the...

TaxAssist Accountants Group Chief Executive Director receives Honorary AIA Membership in recognition of his...

Karl Sandall, Group Chief Executive Director of TaxAssist Accountants, has been awarded honorary membership of the Association of International Accountants (AIA) in recognition of...

FTSE 100 bolstered by HSBC results

HSBC helped to lift...

Millions 'stuck' in the wrong job, study finds

Millions of workers are "stuck" in jobs where their talents are not being used, a study has found. The number of "over-educated" workers has risen...

Eurozone unemployment rate falls to 9.1%

The unemployment rate in...