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FCA hands Clydesdale Bank record £20.7m PPI fine

FCA hands Clydesdale Bank record £20.7m PPI fine

The regulator said Clydesdale staff gave false information to the Financial Ombudsman.

 

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10 things we learned this week

10 things we learned this week

10 April 2015

The bookies face their nightmare, the Co-op's back in profit - just, Aldi's on a roll.

 
 
Howard Davies: Thankfully my heroes don't have feet of clay

Howard Davies: Thankfully my heroes don't have feet of clay

02 April 2015

MT Diary: Last month Davies was lucky enough to meet Colin Bell and Paul Volcker, two of his biggest idols.

 
 
General Election 2015: How can business win back the public's trust?

General Election 2015: How can business win back the public's trust?

01 April 2015

Harriet Green, Luke Johnson, David Cameron and eight other heavyweights on why business faces a crisis of trust - and what can be done about it.

 
 
Monitise ditches its founder

Monitise ditches its founder

25 March 2015

Alastair Lukies, who launched the company back in 2003, has stepped down as co-CEO.

 
 
Tesco's own shareholders could sue it for billions of pounds

Tesco's own shareholders could sue it for billions of pounds

24 March 2015

A group of lawyers has said it plans to bring a claim against the supermarket for overstating its profits.

 
 
Fever-Tree's bubbly figures not enough to impress investors

Fever-Tree's bubbly figures not enough to impress investors

23 March 2015

The posh tonic water company's shares dipped almost 3%, despite a 49% jump in revenue.

 
 
AO World's chairman has ditched almost 90% of his shares

AO World's chairman has ditched almost 90% of his shares

16 March 2015

But the company insists Richard Rose remains 'committed'.

 
 
What will Britain gain from joining China's 'world bank'?

What will Britain gain from joining China's 'world bank'?

13 March 2015

The UK is looking East by joining the China-led AIIB, but risks displeasing the Americans.

 
 
When will the Government sell off its stake in RBS?

When will the Government sell off its stake in RBS?

06 March 2015

George Osborne says he wants to 'get rid' as soon as possible after the election.

 
 
Euro hits new low on ECB QE announcement

Euro hits new low on ECB QE announcement

05 March 2015

Good news for holidaymakers heading to the continent this summer - the Euro hit an 11 yr low as Mario Draghi revealed details of the ECBs quantitative easing plans.

 
 

The MT interview: Terry Smith

"I'm often described as outspoken. I don't view this as a criticism."

Terry Smith, CEO of Tullet Prebon, pulls no punches in this month's big interview

 
 

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