Can we stop the descent of the rupee?
By Meghna Mukerjee - 29 August 12:09

No convincing plan as yet.

Whatever the reasons for the gender gap in CEO pay, it needs to change
By Meghna Mukerjee - 20 August 16:33

It’s the eternal pink and blue divide.

How the rich deferred bonuses to avoid the 50p tax rate
By George Eaton - 14 August 10:35

Earnings rose by an unusual high of 2.1% in the latest quarter but only because bonuses were paid in April, rather than March, to benefit from the new 45p rate.

Inflation falls to 2.8%
By Alex Hern - 13 August 9:34

Inflation's down, but rail fares are up, up, up.

We shouldn't be hanging on the every word of Britain’s new "superstar" central banker
By Jeremy Green - 08 August 12:42

Britain's economic debate needs to be more daring than the Bank of England can ever be, writes Jeremy Green.

Five questions answered on HSBC’s profit rise
By Heidi Vella - 05 August 15:13

How did they do it?

An evil still lurks at the heart of the British economy: lateness
By Nigel Knowles - 05 August 15:05

Cash flow problems account for a huge percentage of corporate bankruptcies. A change in the law, and our culture, might just give the economy a much-needed boost.

New Statesman
AIG net income rises 18 per cent in second-quarter
By new-statesman - 02 August 7:17

The insurer declares first dividend since bailout in 2008.

New Statesman
Signs you've gone on holiday to a fascist dictatorship
By Stewart Cowley - 30 July 12:15

And what that means for the markets in Italy and Spain.

There's a new horizon in history: "panic time"
By Colin Hay and Tony Payne - 29 July 12:50

It's no longer enough to think of history moving in series of events. Thanks to the Great Uncertainty, we now have to look at the moments when time breaks down.

Can Danny Alexander get banks lending?
By Carl Packman - 25 July 14:12

Information isn't enough, writes Carl Packman. Financial institutions need to know about their obligations.

New Statesman
"We're trying to compete you out of existence”
By Helen Roxburgh - 25 July 9:40

Archbishop on Wonga: business quote of the day.

New Statesman
Five questions answered on the crackdown on tax avoidance
By Heidi Vella - 19 July 17:45

G20 finance ministers make an announcement.

Are the Tories tipping into anti-business rhetoric?
By Richard Cree - 19 July 11:05

The government announces more regulation business won't like.

Right message, wrong time
By Nick Beecroft - 18 July 17:09

It's precisely the wrong moment for central bankers to say they’re unimpressed.

New Statesman
The EU caps fees on Visa and MasterCard
By Douglas Blakey - 17 July 15:14

A certain feeling of déjà vue.

The Sunday Times and David Hunt: we still need big media
By Dominic Ponsford - 16 July 10:32

Exposing big wrongs is expensive.

New Statesman
CPI increases, squeezing wages further
By Alex Hern - 16 July 10:10

Inflation up, real wages down.

New Statesman
"We need to prevent the excesses happening again”
By Helen Roxburgh - 15 July 11:54

Vince Cable: business quote of the day.

Ben Bernanke
Despite what you might think, risk markets are in a sweet spot
By Nick Beecroft - 11 July 17:49

Here's three reasons not to worry.

New Statesman
NYSE Euronext subsidiary appointed new administrator of LIBOR
By new-statesman - 10 July 11:00

The transfer of administration is expected to be completed by early next year.

Mansion House.
Five questions answered on the new banking reforms
By Heidi Vella - 08 July 15:11

Are we right to jail reckless bankers?

Freddie Mac.
Hedge fund Perry Capital sues US Treasury
By new-statesman - 08 July 9:00

Perry Capital challenges amendments made in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac bailout terms.