The troubled bank's management admit its turnaround 'will take some time.'
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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.
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Alternative funding pioneer Zopa announced today that it had passed the £1bn mark.
The London-based invoice trading platform will soon be open to retail investors.
Now even the government is saying that airport stores should pass on tax savings to punters flying to non-EU destinations. But should they? They aren't breaking the law.
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