LONDON (Reuters) - The number of complaints against British banks fell by nearly 42 percent in the first half of 2014, driven by a decline in the number of cases relating to the mis-selling of loan insurance, the Financial Ombudsman Service said on Tuesday.
Boris Johnson's dream of building a �100billion airport in the Thames estuary appeared to be dead in the water last night after Government advisers warned it was unrealistic.
Neil Woodford has dumped his entire shareholding in HSBC amid concerns that Britain's biggest bank faces further heavy fines that could hamper its ability to increase dividends.
NEW TESCO boss Dave Lewis parachuted into the supermarket giant yesterday by urging his half a million staff to email suggestions to help fix the troubled retailer.
Quindell, the insurance claims processor, is to buy RAC out of its joint venture, according to reports. The London-listed firm will announce on Tuesday that it is taking control of Connected Car Solutions, a business set up in April to install �black box� tracking ...