ALLIANCE TRUST, one of Scotland's oldest investment houses, has painted an upbeat picture for investors in 2014 despite the ongoing geopolitical uncertainty.
George Osborne's tax and benefit changes have hit women almost four times as hard as men, according to new research which threatens to compound the Conservative Party's unpopularity among women.
DAIRY farmers fear a price war is about to break out among the big four supermarkets after Tesco reduced the price of four pints of milk to �1.
By Chris Vellacott - Banks are failing to rein in excessive payouts for staff below the boardroom level despite a public backlash against a bonus culture blamed for contributing to the financial crisis, say leading investors.
Ever since the current switching service and guarantee was launched last September, there's been a slight increase in the number of people moving banks; but that could all change this summer, with Marks & Spencer planning to launch its first "no fees" ...