Saturday 29 November 2014
Business with personality
This week, one American seasonal tradition is on everyone’s lips: Black Friday.
THE AGREED conclusion of the Smith Commission into further devolution for Scotland is excellent news – real power to tax and spend, inclu
HOW CAN HMRC be expected to administer Britain’s chaotic tax system if politicians keep passing so much legislation?
BRITAIN has long regarded itself as having a certain entrepreneurial flair that sets it apart from its continental cousins.
Philip Booth, professor of insurance and risk management at Cass, and editorial and programme director at the Institute of Econom
Aviva’s New Zealand-born chief executive Mark Wilson comes from a family of insurance people and has been an investor in insurance compa
DEPUTY prime minister Nick Clegg has finally joined what shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper has described as an “arms race of rhetoric”
MANY of my recent articles – on elderly care provision, student finance, and housing in particular – have focused on these problems from
EMILY Thornberry has had a wretched week.
Alex Edmans, a finance professor at London Business School and Wharton, says Yes.
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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