With latest results, shares in Unilever are up 55 per cent since Paul Polman took over
Former M&S boss has high hopes, but sceptical analyst reiterates 'sell' recommendation
Inflation target essential part of policy, says King – but Carney and Osborne say otherwise
Deloitte appointed as administrators as HMV gives up the fight with 4,350 staff jobs at risk
In a bid to challenge Sky, broadcaster signs deal with Women's Tennis Association
CEO Stephen Hester thought to be safe as bank prepares for massive fine from regulators
Administrator PWC admits that even if a buyer can be found, there will be store closures
CEO Marc Bolland under pressure over poor figures and there's speculation about a hostile bid
Fund run by Conservative party donor Michael Hintze made a return of 32 per cent in 2012
MPs insist the energy regulator must take stronger action to ensure customers get a fair deal
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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