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BRITAIN’S finances remain under intense pressure after official figures showed borrowing fell only marginally in the last financial year.Read
HSBC announced job cuts impacting on thousands of its staff, over the "changing nature" of the business as well as regulation.
SMALL and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have lost out on £4.7bn of trade credit in the past three years, a study has revealed.Read
Bookmaker William Hill hailed a successful start to 2013 after enjoying its best ever result at this year’s Grand National.Read
SUPERMARKET giant Tesco has revealed a £1.2 billion hit from its failed foray in America as annual profits more than halved after a difficult year.
A POOR Cheltenham festival has left its mark on bookmaker Ladbrokes after it was forced to scale back expectations for annual profits.Read
THE retail sector will dominate the agenda again this week, with annual results from supermarket giant Tesco as well as figures from department store Debenhams and Burberry.Read
THE Bank of England became one of the most powerful central banks in the world yesterday, as the biggest overhaul of financial regulation since 1997 took place.Read
FORMER Dragons’ Den star Hilary Devey says she knows nothing about her replacement on the BBC show – except that she likes taupe.Read
MOBILE phone giant Vodafone is reported to be mulling its exit from America in one of the largest corporate transactions of all time.Read
LLOYDS Banking Group is expected to reveal this week that it paid more than 20 of its staff £1m or more last year.Read
THE loss of hundreds of thousands of public sector jobs has led to a seismic shift in the labour market, according to an expert.Read
B&Q owner Kingfisher will reveal the impact of last year’s record rainfall on the DIY market as annual figures tomorrow are expected to show a hefty fall in profits.Read
THE Chancellor’s attempts to “re-set” Britain’s banking system still do not go far enough, a panel set up following the industry’s Libor-fixing scandal said today.Read
VIRGIN Atlantic is to freeze pay rises for its staff this year after soaring fuel costs drove the transatlantic carrier to more big losses.Read
STAFF at John Lewis and Waitrose are set for bonuses worth 15% of their salaries today as the retail chain marks a return to profits growth.Read
BRITISH Airways supremo Willie Walsh has paid the price for turmoil at loss-making Spanish airline Iberia after it emerged he missed out on a bonus for 2012.Read
BANK of England rate-setters are facing a "knife-edge" decision today on whether to pump more cash into the fragile UK economy.Read
VINCE Cable dismissed the loss of Britain’s prized AAA credit rating as "background noise" yesterday.Read
SWISS watchmaker Rolex has retained its place at the top of an annual list of UK superbrands.Read
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