'As you read this list of excuses you might think it’s 1918 not 2018.'
The Brexit debate has sparked a surge in the number of UK investors choosing to buy gold or defence. Whatever you think of staying or leaving, that looks a smart move as the uncertainty rises.
The five things you need to know on Monday 14 July 2014... ** GERMANY ARE THE WORLD CUP CHAMPIONS! ** 1) IT'S RESHUFFLE MONDAY
Britain's leading share index, the FTSE 100, marks its 30th anniversary today as forecasts suggest it will soar to record
The charity sector is taking a bit of a battering at the moment, not least in relation to polarised arguments about pay, but also a lack of professional recognition and poor career paths that can often be criticised for not supporting talent.
Turbulence on global stock markets has continued amid concerns over an end to economic stimulus in the United States and
Presenteeism is a well established practice in the management consultancy and legal professions where the workforce, being billed by the hour, are incentivised to work longer. But is the rest of the working population now too afraid to leave work on time?
Britain's latest depressing GDP figures prompted me to go back and take a second look at Ipsos MORI's latest Captains of Industry survey. This is an annual barometer, tracking the mood in Britain's boardooms.
The current system continues to leave women severely underrepresented in the top job - this is an issue not just for women, but for our economy and society as a whole.
Stock markets slumped across Europe today as mounting concerns over Spain and fresh strike action in Greece sent investors
Weak economic data on the continent highlighted the underlying problems in the eurozone today, setting up the London market
The eurozone storm showed no signs of clearing tonight as fears over Spain and Greece saw £80bn wiped from the value of London's
Nervous traders wiped £26 billion from the value of London's leading shares index as eurozone fears returned to haunt world
Unsettled investors moved cautiously around the London market today after renewed fears over the eurozone debt crisis triggered
Rising fears about Spain's economy combined with worries that growth is slowing in the US triggered a sell-off on world markets
The main headlines in the UK on Thursday morning suggest that Britain is looking to continue with its blocking strategy on
The FTSE 100 plunged by 2.2% on Tuesday morning following news that Greece plans to hold a referendum on a proposed eurozone
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- London's blue chip shares have made nervous gains in a volatile session as traders digested a possible
Shares in French and German banks have risen by up to 10 per cent as traders digested a proposed three trillion euro (£2.6