FTSE 100 Index
The company is no longer considered big enough for inclusion in the top tier of UK-listed businesses.
The UK Might Be Teetering On The Brink Of A Fresh Recession But The FTSE 100 Fat Cats Are Still Raking In The Millions
The fact that it would take an average UK worker 117 years to earn a CEO’s annual salary is iron-clad evidence that corporate Britain is failing when it comes to governance, freelance journalist Josie Cox writes.
'Bloodbath on Wall Street.'
This year we can make some major strides forwards
Fair Pay? Some Chief Execs Have Already Clocked Up What It Will Take The Rest Of Us All Year – If That – To Earn
Welcome to Fat Cat Thursday 2018
'The currency is just about keeping its head above water.'
The pound has taken a tumble following weekend reports that Prime Minister Theresa May is facing a 40-strong rebellion from
'..flying in the face of doom-mongers.'
London’s FTSE 100 index closed at a record high on Wednesday, in a move seized upon by Brexit supporters as a sign the UK
Britain's leading share index, the FTSE 100, marks its 30th anniversary today as forecasts suggest it will soar to record
Royal Mail has joined the FTSE 100 index of top companies listed on the stock market today as its share value has nearly
Royal Mail's six-day-a-week postal service would have been threatened if coalition ministers had tried to sell the business
A tumultuous year for stock markets ended today with the FTSE 100 Index down nearly 6% in 2011, with an estimated £85 billion
London's FTSE 100 Index has closed at 5066 points, up by half a per cent hours after it fell below the psychologically important
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Prime Minister David Cameron has warned that failure to act swiftly over eurozone indebtedness would