Nov 24 (Reuters) - Oil and gas services firm Petrofac Ltd said it expected net profit in 2015 to be around $500 million, citing lower oil price environment, change in project timings and a settlement related to its project in Shetland, Scotland.
Royal Bank of Scotland has apologised for misleading a parliamentary committee over its treatment of small businesses. Sir Philip Hampton, chairman of RBS, admitted evidence given by two executives was wrong - but insisted they made an 'honest mistake' ...
Plymouth has been named as Britain's most affordable city in which to rent a home, followed by Cardiff and Leeds. The average rents in Plymouth took up just over a quarter of a tenant's take-home income.
The National Employment Savings Trust (Nest) has launched a wide-ranging consultation on the future of workplace pensions and retirement in the UK following the changes announced in the Budget.
Clive Cowdery, the former head of Resolution and major shareholder at Friends Life, is set to walk away with �160m from the �5.6bn takeover deal announced on Friday.