Can you take insights from the bedroom to the boardroom? Author Avril Millar apparently thinks so. Her distinctly adult approach [...]
NOTHING like a bit of hypocrisy from Whitehall, just as Parliament wraps up for the summer.
THE CITY’S historic Guildhall played host to one of the capital’s more eccentric traditions yesterday.
■ Former England cricket captain Mike Gatting has been getting around the City charity sporting circuit lately. Not only did [...]
THERE has been a mass exodus in the retailing world lately – with British fashion label Nicole Farhi going into administration [...]
LAWYERS from BLP were sweating it out, not in court yesterday, but on it.
■ To Mayfair last night, for the summer cocktail party hosted by luxury watch brand Omega at its vintage store in Burlington [...]
OIL firm Gulf Keystone Petroleum’s non-executive director Mehdi Varzi has been rather prominent recently after a shareholder [...]
THOUSANDS of passengers were forced to battle with delays and cancellations at Waterloo station last night after the hot weather [...]
■ Prime Minister David Cameron’s morning tweet backfired somewhat yesterday. Cameron tweeted to Iain Duncan Smith: “We’re [...]
FORMER Goldman Sachs banker Fabrice Tourre will be appearing in court in New York today, on the first day of his civil trial. [...]
FINALLY some good news for in-the-spotlight bank RBS – Imelda O’Neill, the firm’s head of commercial banking support, was [...]
PINTS after work in the Square Mile on Thursday evening were definitely well deserved – not because of the hot summer sun or [...]
■ Lawyers are known for their love of reading long documents, and none more so it seems than magic circle firm Linklaters, [...]
THE CHAMPAGNE was flowing on Wednesday evening, as ex-corporate financier and author Tony Drury wined City guests at a Chancery [...]