By Gerald Heneghan HSBC has seen its underlying profits rise in 2012, despite the financier being hit by a $1.9 billion (£1.26 million) fine for money laundering.
By Gerald Heneghan Shoppers in the UK want to see more British foods in supermarkets and served in restaurants.
By Lauren Grice David Cameron has led the largest ever prime ministerial trade delegation from the UK to India today (February 18th).
By Lauren Grice The Bank of England has claimed an economic recovery for the UK is “in sight” today (February 13th).
By Laura Moulden The government’s unpaid work schemes have been ruled unlawful following an appeal by a university student who was ordered to work for free at a Poundland store.
By Gerald Heneghan Barclays has announced it is to cut 3,700 jobs in an effort to reduce its running costs by £1.7 billion.
By Lauren Grice David Cameron has described the European Union’s (EU’s) long-term budget as “too high” and called Britain’s place in the federation into question.
By Laura Moulden The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has revealed the scale of the scandal facing British banks over interest rate swap mis-selling.
By Laura Moulden Tesco has issued an apology to their customers following the revelation that three beef burger products retailing in their stores were found to contain horsemeat.
By Laura Moulden Investigations are underway to determine why traces of horsemeat have been identified in a number of UK supermarket beef burgers.