Prices are rising at the fastest rate since 2006, but the Chancellor insists its sustainable
Company's shares rise to six-month high after investor says Apple is 'extremely undervalued'
While the government prepares to begin selling taxpayers' stake in Lloyds, RBS faces a long wait
Only Greek, Portuguese and Dutch wage-earners have fared worse; Germans have had a 2.7% rise
Reality shows are a lucrative business, as talent contest judges earn $95m each in one year
Are the Tories losing touch with their rural voters - or are the voters losing touch with reality?
Mobile phone giant goes head to head with 02 over 4G roll out
Healthcare company sees sharp rise in UK profits but doctors say it's due to Bupa forcing them to lower charges
Sale of government stake could give Antonio Horta-Osorio a bigger windfall than expected
British manufacturing hits levels not seen since 2011, boosting economy
Is 0.6% growth good enough for George Osborne? Is 5,853% a fair APR in the payday loans business?
Energy company wants to reduce power use during the week by offering free electricity on Saturdays
Despite poor reviews, period drama success boosts TV company's revenues
Online retail giant's rising operating costs cause profits to fall by same amount they grew last year
Latest failings of the NHS and Cameron's pursuit of online pornographers are on the agenda in The Week
Ian Livingston attacked Margaret Hodge's committee after BT was accused of 'blackmailing the public'
Bad day for bailed-out bank as leading candidate for Stephen Hester's job rules himself out
Justin Welby tells loans chief the church will put an end to payday lenders through its credit union
Good iPhone sales offer comfort to investors as Apple shares rise in after-hours trading
Executive pay row reignited as senior rail figures receive extra bonuses for not leaving their jobs
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