The City.

Trust in banks and businesses has was severely hampered by the financial crisis - and has yet to recover. The mistrust cuts both ways. How can we expect a recovery without support for business from politicians and the public?

Economics

No matter the political situation, it's always the economics that triumphs in the end. Photo: Getty

If Scotland votes for independence, it will create a completely different economic

Housing in south London seen from above. Photo: Getty
Economics blog | By Ed Conway - 03 Apr 2014

It's not difficult to see that London is facing a house price bubble. It's harder

Is pay going up or down? Both, or neither, depending on the measure you use. Photo: Getty

We are heading into a so-called “living standards election” – without accurate data

Pensions minister Steve Webb. Photo: Getty
Economics blog | By David Pitt-Watson - 02 Apr 2014

Most people want to “give their money away to someone whom they can trust will use

We need not fear him. Photograph: Getty Images.
Economics blog | By Raphael Gray - 26 Mar 2014

We need to take the idea of a universal basic income seriously.

Protestors against the £9,000 tuition fees outside the University of London in 2010. Photo: Getty
Economics blog | By Pam Tatlow - 21 Mar 2014

Tripling fees to £9,000 was a clever exercise in smoke and mirrors accounting.

Janet Yellen and Christine Lagarde.
Economics blog | By Nick Beecroft - 24 Feb 2014

While current storms will weigh upon February’s statistics, Q2 growth could now hit 4

Business

Business.
Business blog | By Jo Iwasaki - 03 Jun 2014

Diversity in substance, not just in appearance, brings benefits to boards.

City of London.
Business blog | By Stewart Cowley - 01 Apr 2014

Companies are starting to use their cash balances in at least one useful way, to

Business blog | By admin - 14 Mar 2014

Salford Business School: Celebrating the creative ingenuity of our SMEs.

Business.
Business blog | By Carl Sjostrom - 04 Mar 2014

A recent 12-country study of 393 companies found that women are still largely

Supreme Court.
Business blog | By Mark Nayler - 03 Mar 2014

Tooth, a 73-year-old veteran of divorce law, accused his former protégée Vardag of

Kiev.
Business blog | By Elizabeth Stephens - 26 Feb 2014

In recent days Ukrainian bonds suffered the worst selloff on record and the stock

Justin King.
Business blog | By James Petter - 24 Feb 2014

Whether through regulation, market consolidation or new technology, businesses are