Saturday 29 November 2014
Business with personality
This week, one American seasonal tradition is on everyone’s lips: Black Friday.
Aviva’s New Zealand-born chief executive Mark Wilson comes from a family of insurance people and has been an investor in insurance compa
As the recent flotation of Virgin Money proved, albeit after a false start, London’s window for new issues (or Initial Public Offerings,
Around the Tower, the poppies flow, recalling crosses, row on row...
Those hoping the resurrection of the Virgin Money flotation might lead London’s initial public offering (IPO) markets into an end-of-year
IT IS great news that Tim Cook has chosen to declare that he is proud to be gay.
Britain wants change in Europe, but we have to think harder about what change is worth having.
Investment bankers are a bit like accountants. They see opportunities from every eventuality.
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Further devolution is great news for Scotland: Now it’s London’s turn
- Colin Stanbridge
Cost of complexity: Britain’s tax relief chaos is even overwhelming HMRC
- Alex Wild
Failure to reform Europe’s capital markets will blunt the UK’s entrepreneurial edge
- Hans-Ole Jochumsen
Time to give thanks for Black Friday
Too soon to write off Aviva’s £5.6bn bid for Friends Life
What do Emily Thornberry and the deficit have in common? It’s all about narrative
Christmas ad campaign is the full Monty for John Lewis
Iran nuclear crisis: The sharks are circling and war is not impossible