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Under new rules introduced by telecoms watchdog Ofcom, firms must scrap fees for services which allow customers to see callers’ phone numbers from October next year.
Less than 24 hours after The Takeover Panel set out a new wish for foreign takeovers the shape of the deal between Germany's Thyssenkrupp and India's Tata Steel has been unveiled.
Volkswagen, BMW, Daimler and Renault now reportedly have record exposure to customer debts, meaning they will be battered if defaults rise in an economic downturn.
Multi-billion pound investment firm Abu Dhabi Financial Group, which purchased Scotland Yard in 2014 for £370m, is moving to new digs in Mayfair.
Hiscox has recruited the former boss of GCHQ as it looks to keep pace with the world’s biggest cyber threats. Robert Hannigan, will be a special adviser on cyber security.
Our investigation has found at least three former KPMG employees served on the committee which oversaw the investigation into the firm’s audit of the toxic lender.
The 60-year-old boss, who took up his role from Marius Kloppers in 2013, took home a total of £3.4m in the year to June 30, up from £1.7m in 2016, according to BHP’s annual report.
The Spanish fashion chain’s autumn and winter collections have proved popular with shoppers in the first half of the year, with the company reporting a sales increase of 12 per cent.
The 53-year-old, who retired from as GSK chief executive this year, was yesterday appointed to the advisory board of Synthego, a leading provider of genome engineering in the US.
The cuts are being considered as part of a review of the FTSE 250 firm’s cleaning and engineering arms and would be on top of 200 previously axed.
Shepherd Neame, which owns around 327 pubs in the UK and brews its own beers, saw sales of its Whitstable Bay ale jump by 20.5 per cent in the year ended June 24.
Billionaire Yuan Yafei allegedly pledged to invest £75 million in the retailer when his company bought it for £480 million in 2014 and yesterday some of it seemed to be on the way.
Dominic Chappell was summonsed to appear in court accused of failing to hand over information to the regulator investigating the sale of the collapsed retailer.
The basic costs of cremation or burial, plus hiring funeral directors, doctors and ministers, has squeezed the amount that families have left to spend on send-offs, according to research by SunLife.
The move will force fund firms to reveal transaction costs and administration charges in a standardised format - details that pension savers and personal investors have lacked until now.
The FTSE 100 closed down 3.30 points at 7271.95, as major markets around the world traded flat ahead of the US Federal Reserve interest rate decision this evening.
The worst thing about having a flight cancelled isn't the battle to win compensation - it's the devastating effect on your holiday. How on earth do you tell the kids they're staying at home?
Financial markets are watching with interest to see if Janet Yellen and co decide to start unwinding the easy money policies the Fed has pursued since the financial crisis.
Alex Davies, chief executive and founder of Wealth Club, joins Simon Lambert to explain why investors have been snapping up VCTs and why acting early if you want to invest is wise.
For today only, Wetherspoon's is cutting 7.5 per cent off all food and drink in a bid to highlight the tax burden faced by the hospitality sector.
Train passengers wanting to escape cattle class can now upgrade their tickets on the same day they travel for a tiny fraction of the usual cost with a new app.
Former pensions minister Steve Webb was on hand to answer readers’ pension questions in a live web chat – or as we called it here at This is Money, a Webbchat. Read the answers here.
Train passengers wanting to escape cattle class can now upgrade their tickets on the same day they travel for a tiny fraction of the usual cost with a new app.
The deal, which is expected to complete next year, will bring the rival firms together and create Europe's second-biggest steal group after ArcelorMitta.
Preliminary data of the National Statistical Institute (NSI) for the second quarter of 2017 indicate that the total. The total hourly labour cost grew by 10.6% in industry, by 11.5% in services and by
The ONS revealed that retail sales in August 2017 increased by 1 per cent compared with July - compared to an expected 0.2 per cent - and were up by 2.4 per cent versus August 2016.
Former pensions minister Steve Webb is here now to answer readers’ pension questions in a live web chat – or as we called it here at This is Money, a Webbchat.
The embattled chain's finances took a hit amid the launch of a costly new website and 'significant discounting' across its ranges.
Homeowners have been warned again and again that rates are set to rise, but each time it’s proved a false alarm. Now they should be worried by the Bank of England’s latest warning.
Across Kingfisher's portfolio, group sales increased from £4.5million to £6billion in the first half, but in the UK and Ireland, sales dipped 0.4 per cent to £2.6billion.
Used diesel car prices are higher than a year ago despite the vehicles being under fire in recent months for toxic emissions.
The Land Rover's feat of pulling seven linked together trailers was achieved along a closed off stretch of the Lasseter Highway in Australia’s remote Northern Territory.
Kingfisher results for the first half were as expected, with sales in line with the Q1 and Q2 trading update at a shade over £6billion as Screwfix motors on.
This is Money's Energy Switch Club is giving readers the chance to bag a cheaper deal and win £10,000, which could cover your energy bills for the next decade.
The Bulgarian National Bank has published an updated "Information on Financial Products and Services" handbook on its website, reported the Bulgarian National Television.  The handbook contains helpfu
Could the stonking fees paid for stars such as Manchester United's new £75 million striker Romelu Lukaku be a sign that there's money to be made for investors?
The fifth largest society is bucking the trend as most firms offer their best deals only to new customers. Savers at Leeds BS will all earn a minimum of 0.5 per cent on taxable accounts and cash Isa
Virgin Money Defined Access Isa, pays 1.06 per cent. But inflation rose to 2.9 per cent in August, pushed up from 2.6 per cent the previous month by higher fuel costs and the price of clothes.
The worst thing about having a flight cancelled isn't the battle to win compensation - it's the devastating effect on your holiday. How on earth do you tell the kids they're staying at home?
My wife ordered three bridesmaid dresses from Amazon Marketplace costing £150.23 with postage. The colour was not as described and they were the wrong sizes.
Charter Savings Bank’s new Easy Access Cash Isa issue 4 also pays 1.05 per cent. It puts the bank just behind the top deal from Virgin Money’s Defined Access Isa at 1.06 per cent.
The basic costs of cremation or burial, plus hiring funeral directors, doctors and ministers, has squeezed the amount that families have left to spend on send-offs, according to research by SunLife.
Homeowners have been warned again and again that rates are set to rise, but each time it’s proved a false alarm. Now they should be worried by the Bank of England’s latest warning.
Figures buried in an official report show banks are lending more money to borrowers who can barely afford to get on the property ladder than at any time since the financial crisis.
About 400,000 Ryanair passengers have had their flights cancelled at the last minute — ruining their hopes of a smooth autumn getaway.
The UK has long prided itself on its model of laissez-faire capitalism and openness to takeovers. But the system has been widely abused by unscrupulous domestic buyers and global firms.
Current and former members of the Armed Forces who are seeking debt advice owe an average £11,240 on top of mortgages and car loans, according to insolvency service Creditfix.
KPMG signed off the lender’s 2007 accounts at the dawn of the financial crisis – but months later it was teetering on the brink and was bought by Lloyds in a £12bn rescue deal.
recent weeks, with directors at Redrow, Cairn and Berkeley Group scaring off investors by dumping more than £200m worth of their own shares.
The 75-year-old is set be replaced by Chris Sinclair, the current executive chairman of toy maker Mattel, the British consumer goods giant announced yesterday.
As the scandal over the hacking grows, it emerged that experts at IT business Cisco warned a string of businesses including Equifax that their systems were vulnerable as far back as March 8.
The High Street fashion chain reported a loss of £5.7m for the six months to July 31, down from £7.9m last year. The retailer is preparing to open a store in Manchester in November.
Asset management consultant MJ Hudson has opened an office in Luxembourg to prevent any disruption after Brexit.
In what is believed to be the largest filing of its kind by a specialty retailer, the company applied to courts in the US and Canada for permission to restructure debts of £3.7 billion.
Business Secretary Greg Clark last night pledged to publish plans this autumn to ensure investment from overseas did not pose a threat to national security.
Sir Andrew Witty, who retired from GSK earlier this year, has been appointed as a venture partner, focused on the company’s strategic positioning in the global health care industry.
The fund, which invests Norway's oil and gas revenues and described by some as the world's largest piggy bank, is worth £140,000 for every man, woman and child in the country.
Buy diesel cars, their CO2 emissions are lower. That's what motorists were told by the previous government. But over their lifecycle that's not really the case, claims a campaign group.
The City watchdog has signalled the return of interest-only mortgages for older borrowers - but should you wait to remortgage or do equity release now?
Pension and insurance deals could enter legal limbo, leaving British expats and other EU residents facing financial hardship if their payouts are cut off after March 2019.
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