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Share schemes deliver returns of up to 750pc
Company share schemes have had a dismal few years, thanks to lower share prices. But three years on from the stock market slump, those who signed up during the credit crunch could reap handsome rewards.
BP to sell $400m N Sea assets to Perenco
Trevor Garlick, regional president for BP North Sea, said the divestment represented a refocusing of efforts rather than a withdrawal from the North Sea oil and gas province. BP had four major field development projects in the UK and a further two in ...
Cigarette makers: a sure-fire source of profits?
But tobacco isn't the only "sin" sector to have weathered the current climate well. Profits are up at oil firms, mining companies (thanks to rising commodity prices), defence groups and alcohol manufacturers - and at some, though not all, gambling ...
'UK economy may not recover for more than five years'
Buying 3pc of Cape, the oil and gas service provider, between 17p and 20p in 2009 and selling for between 400p and nearly 600p two years later.
Making money out of Brazil's rise
Brazil, which has a large, young population and a huge amount of natural resources, was revealed to have overtaken the UK economy this week.
Beware toxic investment products
Will absolute return funds, income drawdown plans or structured bonds be the next mis-selling scandal? The regulator has published its annual list of the financial products it thinks pose the greatest risk of consumer detriment in the year ahead.
Land banks ordered to pay �33m
Acacia Mining Plc Or, 559.00, 7.29. Vedanta Resources Pl, 549.00, 5.58. Ip Group Plc Ord 2p, 152.40, 3.53. Home Retail Group Pl, 154.30, 3.35.
Chief needs to say goodbye to old RIM way
By 2007 RIM had firmly established itself as the premier smartphone maker. BlackBerrys, with their thumb-operated mini-Qwerty keyboards, long battery life and secure, reliable mobile email service were seemingly unassailable and loved by corporate IT ...
PM comes clean over dinner dates: Cameron forced to disclose �25million donors ...
The world's biggest oil trader, Ian Taylor, who profited from the war in Libya, was revealed as a No 10 guest. Chancellor ... The PM has been under intense pressure since Tory co-treasurer Mr Cruddas was caught on film telling undercover reporters that ...
Cash for access: large Tory donors can expect to meet David Cameron, says ...
Mr Cruddas was recorded suggesting to reporters from The Sunday Times that “premier league” donors - those giving �250,000 a year - could lobby Mr Cameron directly.