THE war of words between retail tycoon Sir Philip Green and Frank Field, chair of the Work and Pensions Select Committee, has reignited after the MP accused Green's company of “nicking” which is investigating the collapse of BHS.
LONDON/BRUSSELS, June 29 (Reuters) - A government overhaul of the British Steel Pension Scheme - crucial to convincing anyone to buy Tata's British assets - is in jeopardy after Britons' vote to leave the European Union deepened the fund's debts and ...
One of the shadows hanging over the City of London is whether it will lose its highly-prized business of clearing euro-denominated derivatives.
Two former accounting firm employees were found guilty of leaking thousands of secret documents to a journalist investigating tax deals granted by Luxembourg to big foreign firms.
Banking giant Lloyds has announced 525 job losses, hitting its retail and group operations across the Black Country and the UK. lloyds.