More than £122.3bn was wiped off the value of Europe’s biggest companies on Monday amid fears that the eurozone’s commitment to austerity was being swept away by political rebellion – just as its debts hit record levels.
SMEs are being crippled by the highest rates of interest for more than three years – and lending is still plunging, the Bank of England said yesterday.
Sir Richard Branson launches a nationwide search for top young entrepreneur with £5,000 plus business support on offer
The traditional concept of work / life balance is becoming extinct as new research shows that 79% of workers in London
Manufacturers’ financial health has dramatically improved over the past year, with experts predicting the sector could “drive the UK’s recovery”.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has said that unemployment has fallen by 35,000 this quarter – the first decline in almost a year.
Britain’s Office of Fair Trading said on Thursday it had fined British Airways 58.5 million pounds for price fixing in relation to fuel surcharges