Other people's business


It is in the UK's power to end tax havens
By Murray Worthy - 14 June 11:56

Cameron needs to lead on tax dodging, because he has the power to stop it.

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The Fed has a difficult task ahead
By Nick Beecroft - 13 June 17:06

Careless talk costs money.

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Google tax: why there should be an inquiry
By Sophie McBain - 13 June 12:32

The "not evil" solution.

E-cigarettes: the conspiracy theorists might just have it right
By Fred Crawley - 13 June 12:08

What’s really going on behind these clouds of nicotine-infused vapour?

Google tax affairs "deeply unconvincing"
By Raymond Doherty - 13 June 10:57

Business quote of the day.

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Ofgem's move on the "big six" is very welcome
By Mark Brierley - 12 June 16:19

Finally breaking the stranglehold.

We're going to run out of houses in London
By Andrew Amoils - 12 June 15:28

Falling well short of projections.

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Hailo - the taxi app that's killing minicabs
By Mark Nayler - 12 June 12:10

New tech in a flagging industry.

Five questions answered on the 5,000 drop in UK unemployment
By Heidi Vella - 12 June 10:43

“The jobs market appears to be moderately improving".

Should the White House crack down on patent trolls, or on patents?
By Alex Hern - 12 June 10:21

That patents boost innovation is received wisdom, but it might not be true.

“Desperately difficult situation financially”
By Raymond Doherty - 12 June 9:55

Business quote of the day.

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This September I'll get sweet revenge on my bank
By Meghna Mukerjee - 11 June 15:00

Current accounts are expected to transform into a window shopper’s dream come true.

The three most important things you missed in the Apple keynote
By Alex Hern - 11 June 10:38

The signals sent below the watermark.

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Just how many banks do we need?
By Douglas Blakey - 10 June 14:19

Creating more banks is not necessarily the answer.

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An object lesson in how not to make law
By Carlos Pallordet - 10 June 13:21

Solvency II debate reflects a frustration with EU politics.

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The mining industry is about to fall into a very deep hole
By Oliver Williams - 10 June 13:08

But there could be light at the end of the tunnel.

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Harry Mount's attack on barristers is shot through with personal loathing
By Mark Nayler - 10 June 12:26

These cuts will actually destroy the legal process.

The business argument is with the EU
By Richard Cree - 07 June 16:00

Even if the politics are a disaster zone.

What should we make of Cameron's G8 plans?
By economia - 07 June 15:31

There's no hope of this event defining anything but in the vaguest terms.

“Utterly anti-democratic”
By Raymond Doherty - 07 June 10:08

Business quote of the day.

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In a downturn, why has sport got away scot free?
By economia - 06 June 14:53

Sport enthusiasts are still splashing out on season tickets.

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A leaked document on a football scandal shows how the elites see the people
By Martin Cloake - 06 June 13:27

Football's latest example of an out-of-touch establishment.

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"We are not attractive to the ethically challenged"
By Mark Nayler - 06 June 12:04

British Virgin Islands executive director protests against tax haven image.

"But can we make guns with it?"
By Berenice Baker - 06 June 10:13

3D printing needs to get away from this question.