Osborne seeks early RBS sale after poll

UK chancellor regrets not revamping state-controlled bank

An RBS logo sits on a sign above the entrance to Royal Bank of Scotland branch

Miliband’s potential post-poll RBS poser

Polls suggest the task of selling off the bank could fall to Labour

Admiral makes first-ever cut to dividend

UK motor insurer’s profits dented by price cuts

Serco counts cost of public sector deals

Policy of undercutting rivals takes its toll on outsourcing group

Business Life page of the FT, Working Lives feature. Blackwells Chief Executive David Blackwell. Blackwells Bookshop in Broad Street, Oxford. 25.02.15. Photo by Mark Bassett
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Blackwell’s weathers storm in a bookshop

Chief executive would still recommend trade to his children

Aggreko -Aggreko announce results on Thursday 3 March 2005 and are expected to announce an increase in profits.

Australian mining slowdown hits Aggreko

Earnings impact offsets gains from World Cup

Brooks welcomed back to News Corp fold

Editor’s return shows Rupert Murdoch’s faith in his old hands

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Hack push to meld digital and print worlds

Dazed co-founder hopes to inspire next generation of publications

betfair sponsored race at ascot

Betfair beats rivals as it lifts forecast

Shares soar after online group outperforms high street bookmakers

Davis builds X2 war chest up to $5.6bn

Former Xstrata chief executive on the acquisition trail

Mortgages help Virgin Money double profit

Challenger bank expects to join FTSE 250 this month

Cash denied to charities in conflict zones

Counter-terrorism legislation causes banks to block funding, report says

Rangers shares suspended as adviser quits

Aim-quoted football club has one month to find a replacement

Scottish Power handed temporary sales ban

Ofgem says utility has failed to deal adequately with complaints

Ex-Virgin Media chiefs to buy ailing telcos

Zegona set up to build small portfolio of large businesses

Regulator holds HSBC’s ‘feet to the fire’

Scandal-hit bank pressed to simplify group and improve controls

L&G eyes South America push

Sharp fall in domestic annuity sales prompts change in strategy

StanChart chief waives bonus

Bank expands restructuring plans to weather ‘perfect storm’

EU proposes to extend bank pay rules

Bonus caps of ‘major concern’ in London

Luxury website Farfetch valued at $1bn

Online retailer is latest London start-up to lure big US tech investor


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