J Sainsbury was the subject of criticism on social media after a covert campaign to encourage shoppers to spend an extra 50p backfired on the eve of what is expected to be a disappointing trading update.
George Osborne said Britain could no longer afford to be a country where �100bn was spent on paying benefits for those of working age.
Welcome boost for RBS, although chief executive Ross warned of possible bumps in the road ahead. Picture:Getty. by MARTIN FLANAGAN.
The European Commission's crackdown on the deal between Irish tax authorities and Apple Inc. (AAPL) marks an expansion in the growing global war on tax avoidance by multinational companies.
The International Monetary Fund is urging countries to boost infrastructure spending to strengthen the sluggish global recovery. Increased investment in infrastructure such as roads and bridges is �one of the few remaining policy levers available to support ...