Despite shock GDP figures of 0.7 per cent quarterly plunge, chancellor attacks ‘siren voices’ urging government to abandon austerity
Natwest owner RBS said its operations had returned to normal after thousands of customers had problems with online banking and debit cards.
Facebook has reported a $157m (£100m) loss on payments to shareholders such as chief executive Mark Zuckerberg in its first results since its eagerly anticipated stock market listing in May.
The Government’s flagship £2.4bn Regional Growth Fund is being undermined by a catalogue of errors, lost documents, bureaucracy and misunderstandings, an accountancy body has warned.
Recession-weary and stuck in a 20th century mindset, UK enterprise executives are undervaluing the commercial potential of the internet as a means of attracting overseas revenues, leaving many firms trailing in the race to capitalise on global e-commerce
We talk to Raj Singh the CEO of online marketplace Sooqini. He tells us about his business, what inspires him and what advice he would give to someone starting out
Government minister Lord Green has claimed he does not “have a case to answer” over the HSBC money laundering allegations that have emerged from his time at the head of the bank.
More than one in ten British small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) say they have considered closing down in the last three months as a possible impact of the current economic situation.