A report released by the Commons Public Accounts Committee says that 200,000 pension savers who lost money in the Equitable Life scandal may miss out because of lack of publicity for a compensation scheme.
As MPs urge the Government to pick up the "regulatory stick" to drive forward City reforms on corporate governance, the CIPD shares concerns that proposals made by John Kay last July are not being adopted fast enough but warns that regulation alone is not the answer.
KPMG International’s latest Global M&A Predictor shows that deal appetite among the world’s largest companies is higher than it was 12 months ago, with forward P/E ratios – a measure of confidence, or appetite – up 14 percent from June 2012.
Stronger than expected mobile ad sales have seen shares in Facebook jump 18%.
Bank of England Governor, Mark Carney, has confirmed that Jane Austen will appear on a forthcoming Bank of England banknote.
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has been fined £5,620,300 by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) for incorrectly reporting transactions they made in wholesale markets, and in some instances, failing to report transactions at all.
The good weather the UK has been witnessing of late has helped lead a recovery in sales for B&Q owner, Kingfisher.
Profit warnings from listed businesses - both AIM and Main Market companies - fell to their lowest level since 2011 in the second quarter of this year, as the UK economy continued to gain momentum.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined US based High Frequency Trader, Michael Coscia, US $903,176 (£597,993) for deliberate manipulation of commodities markets.
The economy is unlikely to have shown very much progress in the first quarter, though there are glimmers of renewed activity here and there, according to the latest Capita Registrar Dividend Monitor.