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Vickers says bank reforms are too soft
The government has been accused of watering down a number of key proposals on banking reform just as the crisis afflicting parts of the eurozone strengthened the case for tough action.
Too big to manage or regulate are what matter now
This one is a game-changer. We have got used to the idea that incompetence, greed and hubris led to the banking crisis. But the organised, systematic manipulation of the central reference point of the free market, as exposed by the revelation that ...
Carr tax 'morally wrong', says PM
David Cameron, prime minister, on Wednesday branded the tax arrangements of comedian Jimmy Carr “morally wrong” after press reports that he was one of a number of celebrities using elaborate schemes to avoid paying tax.
US power groups' switch to gas hits coal
The share of electricity generated by burning coal in the US has fallen to its smallest in nearly 40 years amid historically low natural gas prices and the warmest March on record for much of America.
Go-Ahead admits rail division weakness
Transport group Go-Ahead says the economy is starting to hit the profitability of its rail business, but its bus operations should offset the impact on the bottom line.
Big Society dominates honours list
David Cameron's concept of the Big Society dominates the Queen's birthday honours list, as business and politics take a back seat to individuals' contributions to their communities.
Cable to unveil revised executive pay plans
More details have emerged of Vince Cable's watered-down proposals to give investors more power over executive pay as Labour hailed the “blossoming” of shareholder activism on the issue.
Spotlight on shareholder advice groups
Sir Martin Sorrell and his 60 per cent pay increase has been in the spotlight this week as the remuneration debate has escalated further amid growing unrest at “excessive” rewards for Britain's top bosses.
Bosses failing to tighten their belts
The explosive controversy over executive pay goes on. The median rise of 10 per cent in FTSE 100 chief executives' total remuneration last year reported in a survey by Manifest and MM&K is slightly below the 13 per cent awarded in 2010, but likely to ...
Taking on the Goliaths in business
One of them, a chairman of a UK plc, dismissed the findings as “categorically untrue”, Ms Meyer recalls. Welcome to Entrepreneur Country is Ms Meyer's attempt to set the record straight about the importance of start-ups and her vision for how the UK ...