The company has raised prices for small-press books and introduced delivery fees.
An underspend isn't always good news.
What do you do if an algorithm takes your job?
If it weren't for the global slowdown, our planet would be in a far worse state than it already is.
The idea that regulation is the problem is simplistic, overstated, and misapplied.
If George Osborne likes expensive energy, at least renewables are carbon neutral.
The company doesn't have anything to do with UK donor blood.
Conspiracists, back down: this wasn't a publisher-organised PR coup.
The Bank has shifted away from coal power, and is trying to encourage developing nations to do the same.
Felix Martin's "Real Money" column.
The OBR looked at fiscal sustainability today. Here's what they found.
No wonder Michael Gove wants to stop doing it.
Now can he get them to support forward guidance?
Unemployment's fall has stopped, but that could signal a recovery in productivity.
The company is facing questioning over an Obamacare contract thanks to its problems in the UK.
The nature of today's economy is uncertainty, and nowhere is that more true than in developing nations.
Geek misogyny, take a bow. Then leave.
Inflation up, real wages down.
Meet ATLAS, source of your eventual doom.
It must be political, because it certainly isn't economic.
We've been here before, in the 19th century and the 1960s. Why's it different now?
The universal declaration of human rights is apparently controversial to the modern Tory party.
Want to know what an MP cares about? Look at their pay packet.
Blomfield's private members' bill includes measures to set new rules around the affordability of loans, payday loan advertising, debt collection and payment, debt support, and penalties for companies who fail to comply with existing regulator guidance.
While Poland loves to boast about westerners coming to earn money, it is less open about those from the eastern part of the continent. Propaganda serves to justify almost anything.
A holistic approach to infrastructure will encourage growth.
The Coalition’s continued austerity drive maintains its stranglehold on British growth.
Monetary policy: not very funny
The new Governor of the Bank of England makes sweeping changes.