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Standard Chartered profits down 16%

28/10/2014

Standard Chartered has reported a 16% fall in profits for the third quarter after restructuring its South Korean business and bad loans.


 

First ever 'Morphpreneur' crowned

28/10/2014

We've heard of 'mumpreneur', 'dadpreneur', 'webpreneur' and many more. But what about a 'Morphpreneur'?


 

Innovation driving growth in the south

28/10/2014

Mid-market businesses have always relied on investment in innovation as one way to ensure they remain competitive, but in recent years we have seen innovation move higher up the board agenda as companies compete in ever-more global markets


 

Total search volumes increasing

28/10/2014

Total search volumes for home and garden grew by 15% in the third quarter of 2014 compared with the same quarter a year earlier.


 

Profit warnings reach highest third quarter total

28/10/2014

UK quoted companies issued 69 profit warnings in Q3 2014, the highest third quarter total since 2008 and 13 more than the same quarter of 2013, according to EY’s latest Profit Warnings report.


 

PM stands firms on £1.7bn EU bill

27/10/2014

The government will fight the controversial £1.7bn bill handed to the UK by the EU 'in every way', the Prime Minister David Cameron told the House of Commons today (Monday).


 

Formula 1 business model 'unsustainable'

27/10/2014

Formula 1 must change its "unsustainable" business model or risk damaging the sport, according to Dr Paola Aversa, who researches the sport at London’s Cass Business School.


 

HS3 for North England 'possible'

27/10/2014

Plans to build a new high-speed rail link dubbed "HS3" in North England have been backed by the boss of the HS2 scheme.


 

Co-op Bank appoints new chairman

27/10/2014

The Co-operative Bank has appointed Dennis Holt as its new permanent chairman.


 

Happy Halloween: Retailers set for £330m boost

27/10/2014

Retailers are set for a happy Halloween as analysts predict a £330m boost to sales over the spooky one-day holiday.


 

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