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Small cap investment market in London requires radical reform, poll finds

18/10/2011

A quarter of small cap companies, advisers and investors believe that the small cap investment market in London requires a radical restructure to encourage recovery.


 

HTC loses Apple patent infringement case in US

18/10/2011

The US International Trade Commission (ITC) has ruled that Apple did not infringe any HTC patents, following a complaint by the Taiwanese firm last year.


 

Autumn Statement must address widening growth deficit

18/10/2011

Next month’s Autumn Statement must combine a clear programme of reform to boost business growth for the lifetime of this parliament with immediate measures to tackle the deteriorating economic outlook and plummeting confidence according to Britain’s manufacturers.


 

Brazil is 'vital plank' in government’s ambition to boost exports

18/10/2011

Brazil’s continuing rise to world power opens new markets to trade and will likely become a ‘good news story’ for the UK.


 

Ombudsman sees sharp drop in PPI complaints

18/10/2011

Figures released by the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) have shown a sharp drop in complaints concerning payment protection insurance (PPI).


 

Infrastructure underpins construction growth

18/10/2011

Latest data from analyst Glenigan shows a 4% growth in construction projects starting on site for the three months to September compared to the same period a year ago.


 

Language skills key to successful cross-cultural business

18/10/2011

UK-based businesses could be risking international growth by failing to invest in cross-cultural, language and communications training, according to new research by The London School of English.


 

Three in four expat global workers make a career jump

18/10/2011

Increasing numbers of British workers are being posted globally on temporary assignments, while maintaining a UK base.


 

Inflation expected to reach three year high

18/10/2011

The latest inflation figures, which are due to be released today (Tuesday), are expected to hit a three year high.


 

Banks’ lack of common sense is slowing growth, businesses say

17/10/2011

A survey by Shawbrook Bank, a new specialist savings and lending bank, has revealed that 89 per cent of small and medium size enterprises (SMEs) in the UK believe the country’s banks fail to use common sense when they make decisions about business loan applications.