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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 ...
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Advertisers embrace augmented reality
Brand advertisers have begun to use augmented reality (AR) technology to help differentiate their products from the competition and engage consumers with hidden digital content.
Cable plans binding votes on executive pay
Vince Cable has promised the most comprehensive reforms of boardroom pay for a decade by giving shareholders binding votes on pay policy and forcing companies to make executive pay more transparent.
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US healthcare ruling lifts hospital owners
United States of America,; Barack Obama,; Barclays PLC,; JPMorgan Chase & Co · Copyright The Financial Times Limited 2014.
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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.
Anger as business chiefs' pay soars 10%
The row over rising executive pay has been reignited by a survey showing the median total remuneration of FTSE 100 bosses increased 10 per cent last year to �3.7m.
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Positive side to corporate scandals
The scandal of traders manipulating a key interest rate at Barclays has cast a malevolent glow not just over the bank's chief executive, Bob Diamond, but over its board.
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Redistribution and banking profits
Bankers tend to feel they have been bashed too much since the financial crisis. But in one respect they have not been bashed enough.
Barclays urged to claw back bonuses
Two investors in Barclays have ordered the bank to claw back bonuses back to 2005 when the attempts to rig Libor started, although most have refrained from calling for the resignation of Bob Diamond, its embattled chief executive.
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Film backers face unhappy tax ending
Most Disney films have a happy ending. But the magic of Enchanted, a 2007 animated feature starring Amy Adams, has not rubbed off on those who helped pay for it.