London super-sewer is a waste of money

Review of plans for Thames Tunnel suggests it is unnecessary

FCA leak takes heat off exit fees debate

Life assurance shares fell sharply in March after Telegraph story

Football battleground for telecom mergers

Speculation perms any two from BT, Sky, Vodafone, EE and O2

Insurance M&A efficiency gains are elusive

There is no sector where they have been harder to realise. writes Neil Collins

Miners in a hole should stop digging

Ramping up iron ore output is a losing game

rows and rows of decreasing numbers and "sell" words on a computer display representing a stockmarket crash.

Mr Nobody is to blame in forex probe

Fix betrays what senior bankers think about reform

Banks have become too complex to grasp

Even the top execs, who pretend they understand, do not

Be careful with that commissions axe

Making fund managers pay directly for research could backfire

Pay attention to dividend declarations

Distributions in the third quarter are barely changed from 2013

Next writes the book on share buybacks

Clothing retailer chief Lord Wolfson tightens grip on the business

City transformed by new property rules

Relaxed rules mean commercial property can be used for housing

Banks are being attacked on all fronts

They must clean up their act as competition arrives in droves

On the gravy train to Mothercare cash call

Rights issue underwriters’ fee is like a tax on shareholders

When buying bonds can damage your wealth

Buyers of Phones 4U debt have learnt just how damaging

Iron producers wrecked their own profits

Having grown fat on China’s boom, miners overinvested

Bear market for gilts the next big move

State will issue more paper whether investors want it or not

LSE cash call supports underwriting cartel

Rights issue fees should be tackled by the exchange, not endorsed

Common sense disappears in mining mergers

Thankfully focus is now on costs, cash and core assets

Be honest about Network Rail’s £34bn debt

The government must be transparent about railway funding

Release the hounds of the FTSE 100

A tale of four stocks that are truly in the doghouse

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