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Boss at Barclays Bank Turns Down £2.7 Million Bonus

Mr. Jenkins, the CEO of Barclays Bank has again for the second year in a row turned down his annual bonus worth approximately £2.7 million in a bid to rebuild public and customer trust in Barclays Bank.

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Tipping Point of the World Financial Crisis

The World Financial Crisis; what was the tipping point? Was Lehman Brothers the pivotal brick in the row of dominoes that brought the entire world’s financial institutions to the brink of bankruptcy? This video provides many of the answers.

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Retail Giants Given Foreign Aid to Improve Foreign Suppliers Working Conditions

In the latest in a long line of failures by the Department for International Development it now transpires that retail giants given foreign aid in order to improve foreign suppliers working conditions; ultimately to boost productivity and profits.

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Tis the Season to be … Plunged Further into Debt

Debt… world debt is growing and at the point whereby we cannot live with it but now know that the debt bubble will eventually burst. Why can’t we control debt? Here we look at a few reasons why debt is our life-blood and our cancer.

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Taxman Accused of Hitting Small Businesses Whilst Leaving Corporate Giants Alone

Again the taxman is accused of hitting the small businesses whilst leaving the corporate giants to avoid paying tax. The estimated loss, according to the Government is approximately £35 billion, that’s £1 billion up on last year.

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Greedy Bankers Bonuses Top £1.6 Million

There appears no end to the greedy bankers with their vast salaries, pensions and bonuses. Despite the European Banking Authority placing a cap on banker’s bonuses the UK banks have defied this and awarded bonuses on average 3.7 times the bankers salary.

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RBS and Lloyds Bank Accused of Maliciously Bankrupting Small Businesses

Last night the RBS and Lloyds Bank were accused of engaging in under-handed practices that is bankrupting small businesses. This revelation will likely come as no surprise to thousands of small business owners.

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Twitter Announces it is Ready to Float on Wall Street

Twitter has announced that it has filed papers with US regulators for a float on Wall Street as early as November. Will Twitter be the new darling tech stock or another Facebook stock nightmare for investors?

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Facebook Shares Climbing Close to Debut Stock Price

Facebook shares begin to recover as the share prices hits just below its initial public offering price of $38. On the back of its mobile advertising analysts feel Facebook is making headway for investors.

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Government Contractor Filtering Millions in Offshore Accounts to Avoid Tax

A Government contractor, Telereal Trillium, is yet another corporation to avoid paying tax through a complex web of offshore accounts. This is the latest embarrassing episode for the UK Government and their failings to close tax loopholes.

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