Revised figures show the economy shrank 6%, not 7.2%, in the recession. Thank god for drugs and prostitution.
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The notion of disruption lies at the heart of modern corporate strategy - but is the concept itself in need of the shock treatment, asks Andrew Saunders.
Getting stuck in car boots, ambitious 18 year olds and Old Beardy on the publicity trail (again).
Hometrack's survey says prices are stagnant across the nation and going down in London, but the Land Registry still sees growth, especially in the capital. You know what they say about statistics...
The Bank of England governor is trying to ease us gently into the idea of interest rates going up.
Ed Miliband's plans to pay for more NHS spending with a levy on tobacco companies' profits has been criticised... by tobacco companies.
A £2m-plus mansion tax would hit Kensington & Chelsea the hardest - quelle surprise.
A last minute change of heart in Brussels appears to give the go-ahead to Britain's first new nuclear power plant in a generation. But is it good news?
The CBI and British Chamber of Commerce have warned Labour's minimum wage hike could hurt business.
Betfair's swagger, Phones 4u's emoji emotions and Jack Ma's Malibu escape.
The UK pharmaceutical company has been embroiled in a bribery scandal for the past year.
The Scottish 'no' vote has stoked up the disgruntled English still further and will inevitably play into the hands of nationalists here, says Matthew Gwyther.
Currency worries may now be gone, but questions remain for businesses over the extent of devolution.
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EDITOR'S BLOG: Kray twins-style enforcer John Redwood getting heavy with Europhile business leaders is a sign of the upheaval to come, says Matthew Gwyther.