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Net migration has hit a record high

Net migration has hit a record high

The IoD has criticised the government's 'bizarre and unachievable' target, but it probably won't listen.

 

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Banking is still rotten to the core

Banking is still rotten to the core

27 August 2015

Other People's Money and Straight to Hell clearly reveal the greed and sleaze endemic in the financial world. But there is a way to stop the rot, says Philip Delves Broughton.

 
 
'The Libor fixing scandal was every chairman's nightmare' - Marcus Agius

'The Libor fixing scandal was every chairman's nightmare' - Marcus Agius

27 August 2015

YOU LIVE AND LEARN: The chairman of PA Consulting and former Barclays chairman talks about resigning, managing chief executives and the therapeutic effects of gardening.

 
 
China: a classic case of overreaction?

China: a classic case of overreaction?

26 August 2015

China cuts interest rates to stabilise its volatile economy, leading some to call for a return to QE in the west.

 
 
What's an ex-British diplomat doing heading Tata in Europe?

What's an ex-British diplomat doing heading Tata in Europe?

26 August 2015

THE MT INTERVIEW: With the task of bringing some unity to a business that has brands as diverse as Jaguar Land Rover, Tetley Tea and Taj Hotels, David Landsman is going to need all the skills he gained as a diplomat.

 
 
Companies only have themselves to blame when innovation fails

Companies only have themselves to blame when innovation fails

25 August 2015

Businesss should own up to and overcome their failures to implement new ideas, rather than blaming regulators, says Colm Reilly.

 
 
Upcycled London Underground trains could be back at work on the railways

Upcycled London Underground trains could be back at work on the railways

25 August 2015

Converting old tube trains for use on regional rail routes may sound like an eccentric idea, but Vivarail's Adrian Shooter thinks he's on the right track.

 
 
Will the Trade Union Bill stop strikes?

Will the Trade Union Bill stop strikes?

25 August 2015

WORKPLACE RIGHTS: The Bill is clamping down on industrial action with new strike ballot rules.

 
 
What impact will China's stock market collapse have on UK business?

What impact will China's stock market collapse have on UK business?

24 August 2015

China's equities enter freefall, but fears of a global economic doomsday are premature.

 
 
Jeremy Corbyn would consider sacking Bank of England governor and breaking up Murdoch's empire

Jeremy Corbyn would consider sacking Bank of England governor and breaking up Murdoch's empire

24 August 2015

Also on the Labour leaders frontrunner's agenda? 'Right to buy' for private homes.

 
 
Why it matters how your business is owned

Why it matters how your business is owned

24 August 2015

From PLCs and private equity to crowdfunding and co-operatives, there are now so many ways to run a company it's hard to know which way to turn. We navigate the ownership maze.

 
 
10 things we learned this week

10 things we learned this week

21 August 2015

Admiral's seaworthy profits, Gatwick hits back, Twitter flops again.

 
 
Looking for talented female CEOs? There's a group in charge of the Russell Group universities

Looking for talented female CEOs? There's a group in charge of the Russell Group universities

21 August 2015

Top universities are leading the way in appointing women to run them, but it's definitely not an easy job, says Heather McGregor.

 
 

The MT interview: Gareth Penny

The boss of the world's dominant diamond business

Gareth Penny, De Beers Group CEO, predicts a sparkling return to form

 
 

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