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The Co-operative Bank has suddenly got cold feet about loans to new corporate clients, after reporting a surprise massive loss for 2012.
Bosses at Man U have managed to strike a new deal on the club's debt, meaning interest payments should fall by about £10m a year.
The UK's largest retailer has written a cheque for a massive £3m to just two outgoing directors, even though the management team all missed out on their bonus.
Bright and ambitious graduates are one of the best investments any business can make. As the class of 2013 prepares to graduate, it's time to ask whether your organisation is ready to attract top new talent.
Modern day marketers need to be aware that their brand messages are at risk of being swallowed up in the abyss that can be email marketing.
The European Central Bank (ECB) president has given an ebullient speech on the enduring strength of the eurozone and the 'tangible improvements' he has witnessed in the state of the UK economy.
"I can't believe they've just tweeted that!" How to ensure your employees are great company representatives at all times.
The obesity debate rages on. Nevertheless, some clever bod over at McDonald's has decided to introduce the fast food giant's highest calorie menu item ever.
By overhauling the way they work together, many businesses are proving they can still succeed in tough times. Here are some tips on how you can, too...
Dominatrix and teacher of all things BDSM, Mistress Josephine, on 50 Shades of Grey, the myth that dominance is all about 'torture', and the joys of helping people to find their fetish.
Expect more orange aircraft at Gatwick in future. The no-frills airline has agreed to fork out £20m for 25 of Flybe's take-off and landing slots at the UK's second largest airport.
It's not often that a drop in profits is met with a sprightly jump in share price. But that's what happened to HP today.
The car parts and bicycle retailer has revealed its pre-tax profits have plummeted by almost 25% compared with last year to £71m.
Mark Price is apparently refusing to speak to the boss of Ocado, after the latter confirmed a tie-up with Morrisons.