‘Innovation map’ traces enterprise growth

View of Oxford, England from the east

Oxfordshire leads way while London lags, study shows

RBS invites banks to pitch for sell-off

UK government ‘could launch share sale in fourth quarter’

Middle management is banks’ ‘blind spot’

Some risk takers are not subject to same rules as bosses

Food poisoning bug in many shop chickens

Hygiene body campaigns to cut campylobacter risk to consumers

Rail workers reinstate national strike

Unions reject fresh pay offer, having called off previous walkout

Fifa: Grand Theft Football

The perennial footie game we all know and love — with a twist

RBS may need to beef up Williams & Glyn

Government to review whether new bank will boost competition

The Shazam Entertainment Ltd. logo sits on a wall as an employee uses a smartphone in this arranged photo at the company's headquarters in London, U.K., on Friday, July 26, 2013. Billionaire Carlos Slim's America Movil SAB has invested $40 million in the London-based company behind the software with more than 70 million active users every month. Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Shazam to launch image-recognition service

Music identification app turns to augmented reality for marketers

Tate & Lyle hit as sweetener market sours

Group warns of tough year ahead as it undertakes restructuring

Sir Roy Gardner
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Serco appoints City veteran as chairman

Sir Roy Gardner joins as group seeks to repair its fortunes

Cinven to buy Labco in €1.2bn deal

Move comes after French medical group abandoned float plans

Harriet Green in charity payout pledge

Former Thomas Cook chief to donate to Corfu parents’ chosen cause

De La Rue feels heat from competition

Bank note printer points to ‘challenging market conditions’

Rob Terry regains control of Quindell unit

Entrepreneur funds purchase of 49% stake in video services group

Telford lauds election fillip for housing

Housebuilder exudes confidence as profits rise by a third

IAG chief eyes deals in Europe not Asia

Group to leave eastern acquisitions to others that are ‘braver’

The gold touch for a ‘starter-kit’ mine

Ebola and lower prices challenge Aureus in Liberia

The startling rise in short-sightedness

Myopia hits half of all 25-29 year olds in Europe

O’Leary has whip hand over Aer Lingus

Ryanair chief must strike a careful balance to maximise the benefits to be extracted from IAG

Irish pride assuaged in Aer Lingus deal

Promise on jobs, routes and growth sway support for sale of stake to IAG


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