Business

Letters: Mutuals can come in many forms
Letters: Mutuals can take many forms, from 100% employee ownership to joint models where employees share minority ownership with equity share-holders

06, May, 2013 @8:00 PM

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Foreign buyers behind half of £2m+ home sales in London
Spending spree led by Russians Chinese, Americans, Emiratis and Indians looking for safe haven investments

Rupert Neate

06, May, 2013 @5:15 PM

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Pfizer will offer Viagra online in attempt to counter illicit pills

Maker of erectile dysfunction treatment say counterfeit pills available online can contain printer ink and pesticides

Dominic Rushe in New York

06, May, 2013 @3:50 PM

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Eurozone recession set to deepen as private sector shrinks for 15th month

Data for April also shows contraction in Germany's business activity, with prospects for service sector 'increasingly gloomy'

Rupert Neate

06, May, 2013 @1:53 PM

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Paul Krugman's call to arms against austerity

An interview with the Nobel prize-winning economist, whose book roundly attacks the 'delusional' deficit-reduction strategy

Phillip Inman, economics correspondent

06, May, 2013 @1:16 PM

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Royal mail sale is sign of Conservatives' desperation, says Labour

Chuka Umunna, shadow business secretary warns the £3bn sale of the postal service could lead to sub-standard services

Rupert Neate

05, May, 2013 @11:02 PM

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'University of John Lewis' to offer staff work-based degree scheme
Staff-owned retailer announces plan to offer senior managers a level-6 vocational qualification equivalent to an honours degree

Rupert Neate

05, May, 2013 @5:50 PM

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Are the UK growth pessimists right?
Larry Elliott: A smaller economy, falling living standards, austerity and disgruntled voters. The past five years appear to be a dress rehearsal for a future world

Larry Elliott, economics editor

05, May, 2013 @2:37 PM

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Rolls-Royce tries to clear the air as prized executive steps down
The departure of aerospace boss Mark King has, however unfairly, reawakened interest in allegations of bribery at the company over engine deals in the 1980s and 1990s, writes Angela Monaghan

Angela Monaghan

04, May, 2013 @11:06 PM

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Ten bright ideas to make the banking serve the UK – rather than itself
Friday's Transforming Finance conference will see academics, campaigners and financiers looking for ways to build a better banking system. Heather Stewart lists some of their plans

Heather Stewart

04, May, 2013 @11:05 PM

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War and Peace at Standard Chartered …
The bank's lively chairman is always an entertaining performer, especially under pressure, writes Simon Goodley

Simon Goodley

04, May, 2013 @11:05 PM

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Food scares, the big four and F1: Justin King of Sainsbury's on the retail race
The supermarket's boss insists that he only wants to overtake Asda – but the Grand Prix rumours won't go away

Simon Neville

04, May, 2013 @11:05 PM

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