Demand for big data drives wages boom

Tech professionals jobs expected to grow by 56,000 a year

JLR boss says pay deal ‘over the top’

Carmaker faces strike threat after 3-year offer is rejected

Non-wage costs hit small companies

Less than two-thirds of cost of hiring first worker goes on salary

Margaret Hodge, who chairs the Commons' public accounts committee
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Alarm at race to lower corporate tax

MPs seek tougher rules, more transparency and debate on ethics

Big East Anglia wind farm scaled back

Fresh blow to sector blamed on insufficient subsidies

Cameron’s deficit claims mauled by IFS

‘No sense’ in which 80% of spending cuts are done, says think-tank

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Rise in workers trapped on minimum wage

Think-tank finds record one in 20 on the rate

Jim Murphy confirms Scottish Labour bid

Leadership race reveals political machine north of border is stuttering

Boards ‘not prepared’ for cyber attacks

Older directors have ‘modest understanding’ of threat

JLR faces first pay dispute for a decade

Trouble brews as carmaker opens new engine plant

Low interest rates push down bankruptcies

Drop in insolvencies helped by rise in voluntary arrangements

Heathrow’s revenues rise 8.2%

Pre-tax profits hurt by cost of opening new terminal and pensions

Portas joins protest against homes policy

Creative business clusters under threat from residential conversions

German-born businessman who served in SAS

Sir John Grierson chose his English name over dinner at Berkeley hotel

Plants on paid standby to avoid blackouts

Emergency measure taken after faults cut supply

The National Grid, blackouts and UK energy

Consumers will end up paying for an unnecessary failure of policy

UK data show house price slowdown

Annual rate of increase slows slightly to 7.2%

Mental ‘prejudice rife’ in UK workforces

Research shows divergent views between management and workers

City facing more than ‘a few bad apples’

Scandals like forex probe rubbing salt in wounds, says BoE deputy

Concerns over interest-only mortgages

Many loans granted in the past were to baby boomers