Lloyds Banking Group fined £28m for bonus scheme culture which encouraged the sale of unsuitable products.
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Royal Mail's in, Croda International is out. And Carpetright has been demoted to the FTSE's Conference league.
Stephen Hider, retail operations director at Waitrose, says customers turn to trusted brands in times of financial difficulty.
It's going to be a very merry Christmas for US government workers, who are now guaranteed a pay-cheque for the next two years.
RBS shares fell 1.9% in morning trading as group finance director Nathan Bostock announced he's heading to Santander.
Britain's factories enjoyed their best month since July 2012 with output up 0.4% from September to October.
We don't and can't make mega blockbusters like the yanks. But British film has its niche, argues Matthew Gwyther.
Gayle Lacey, HSBC's UK business banking head, says there will be better opportunities for innovative SMEs in 2014.
More evidence of recovery this morning, as hotels and coffee business Whitbread posts caffeine-boosted Q3 results.
Higher demand for package holidays has pushed up profits at Thomson and First Choice owner Tui Travel.
Chris Allison, MD of cost management specialist Auditel, on why slashing costs will only get you so far.
Cash-strapped pawn shop chain Albemarle reveals a slump in full-year profits, a week after putting itself up for sale.
The 'world's local bank' is considering spinning off its UK retail division at a valuation of around £20bn, according to reports this morning.
Bob Diamond, the former Barclays CEO, is returning to the Square Mile for the launch of a new Africa banking business.
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House prices are up, E.On is raising its energy prices. All that autumn statement triumphalism feels like a distant memory...
A glitzy event last night saw some of the highest-powered part time professionals around gathered together to celebrate breaking the shackles of the 9 to 5...
M&S has ended its historic relationship with accountants PwC, plumping for fellow Big Four big dog Deloitte.
Shazam, Moo.com and Naked Wines are among the latest tech start-ups to be added to the government's fast-growth scheme.
Yes diggity says the manfacturer, announcing £150m new investment.
The autumn statement happened earlier than usual today, which means half the country didn't get the chance to catch up on its news. Here's our round-up of what went on outside Westminster...
The founder of the content marketing platform talks life behind the wheels of steel, the misery of data entry and space travel.
You Live & You Learn: Dame Gail Rebuck, Chair of Penguin Random House UK, on starting at the bottom, dealing with sexism and the Fifty Shades phenomenon.
'Tis the season to be jolly and give your staff a reward for all the hard work they've done during the year. But if you're playing Santa, who should get a bonus and what should they get? Here's a crash course.
Why fight the internet when you can try and make money out of it killing your business?
Online delivery firm MetaPack has just received £20m of funding from Index Ventures - early investors of Skype and Betfair.
The young entrepreneur behind the award winning SwiftKey app talks socks, gravity and High Speed 1.
Following last month's $1m seed investment, money transfer upstart Azimo has launched in Germany and Ireland.
Frances talks tax, ponies and solar panels.
The startup behind the popular photo-sharing app has reportedly rejected a bid from Facebook.
London-based firms make up 40% of the accountant's latest Fast 50 list of high growth companies.
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A public speaker wants his audience to switch off their gadgets. Does that make him boring?
Forming a new partnership can be a heady time, but things can quickly go sour, warns solicitor Catherine Gannon.
Christmas: it's full of cheer, or full of potential lawsuits, depending on who you are. Shelley Crofts from Burges Salmon gives her guide to negotiating the festive minefield.
My co-founder keeps making inappropriate remarks to our gay marketing director. Will I make the problem worse by saying something?
A nervous worker is nervous of socialising outside the office. How does she embrace the Christmas spirit?
To celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week, this week's MT Experts share the lessons they learned when they were looking for an investor.
Made in Britain is a strong brand, which not enough UK businesses take advantage of. But with some added confidence and knowledge sharing we can get the most out of Brand Britain, argues Rupert Lee-Browne.
Chinese shoppers have just beaten the world record for biggest online spend in one day - but how can retailers make sure they get the most from Chinese and other international shoppers when they visit the UK?
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