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By Rachel Savage Monday, 27 April 2015
With polls on a knife-edge, the Tory leader finds his mojo.
The megastar rapper may be swimming against the current of history.
BP is the most battered of the oil giants, leaving it potentially vulnerable to a mega-merger, but the Coalition's not happy with the idea.
The loss-making club is tapping its fans to pay down hefty debts.
The Labour leader wants to bring in rent controls and scrap stamp duty for first-time buyers.
Live and breathe your business if you want to attract investment from the Dragon.
Pret's mac 'n' cheese, Britain's new burger chain, Hounslow's hidden secret.
It's 20% off French Connection on the stock exchange, as the retailer warns first half revenues will be 'materially lower' than expected.
HSBC is considering moving its headquarters out of Britain as anti-bank measures bite.
The IFS said the main parties' plans to cut the deficit aren't clear.
The Americans are at it again. US tech firm Arris buys TV set-top box maker Pace for $2.1bn in tax inversion deal.
The funding round is one of the biggest for a private British business in recent years.
Will the shoppers of east London have any small change to spare for the ailing supermarket giant?
The US wants a British man extradited over 2010's violent, one-day market swing.
The controversial beer maker's latest crowdfunding round is its most audacious yet.
Yahoo's profits fall 93% as it scrambles to take market share in search from Google.
Rolls-Royce CEO John Rishton is stepping down, to be replaced by the former boss of ARM - and amateur organist - Warren East.
The troubled supermarket is hoping to make a clean break after an awful year.
The payday lender confirms a £37m loss, as stringent affordability rules hike costs and hit revenues.
Which? has reported the grocery industry to the authorities over 'misleading' offer prices.
Smashburger plans to open 35 UK stores in the coming years.
The key to making the most of what you've got is to live in the here and now, says Jo Haigh.
Help! I have just got a promotion that involves addressing large groups but public speaking terrifies me. Any tips?
Its engine was built in his home town so Sathnam Sanghera should have been blown away by this supercharged saloon.
EVERYTHING YOU KNOW ABOUT BUSINESS IS WRONG: Even tried-and-tested policies have their sell-by date.
IN ASSOCIATION WITH GAMESYS: Noel Hayden survived the dot com boom and his lucky streak looks set to continue.
One good person can turn into one great company that can change the world for the better, says Natalie Campbell.
Julia Austin's Tyne Bank Brewery is one of Britain's fastest-growing beer companies.
EDITOR'S BLOG: The public loves the real deal - politicians take note.
Women are held to far higher standards over their appearance than men - especially in the workplace.
SEO lore is packed with myths but getting found online is a pretty easy process.
If you're an ambitious female businesswoman look no further.
Employees are increasingly being encouraged by their bosses to make healthier choices. No bad thing, you might think, but all this wholesomeness could turn out to do more harm than good.
Devised early in the 20th century, Monopoly was meant to be a warning about land ownership by the few. The boardgame's history makes a fascinating story, says Leslie Scott.
The government wants companies to be more transparent about how much men and women earn.
First-time voters don't realise that Labour policies are aimed at the old not them.
Why is one of the world's best-known conglomerates ditching its huge finance operation and returning to its roots?
I have had to go on medication and can't decide if I should tell anyone.
HOW I BEAT THE ODDS Corinne Vigreux survived the financial crash, the launch of Google Maps and massive debts.
The MT Interview
By Andrew Saunders Thursday, 23 April 2015
THE MT INTERVIEW: Running one of the busiest public transport systems in the world is no place for a shrinking violet. Just as well then that Transport for London's commissioner knows his job, and isn't one.
Sugar sales may be falling, but ABF is still a family business at heart.
Companies such as Airbnb and Fiverr show that a business doesn't need a tangible presence any more.
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