Spokesperson for the former prime minster says he will 'not make a penny' from advisory role
The yuan will join the dollar and the pound as one of the world's reserve currencies
Company is calling for boost to social care budgets – but says it can survive with Autumn Statement support
Is the rise of the sockless office worker a fad, or a long-term sartorial solution to the hot summer months?
Greek government has met its key milestones to secure further aid from international creditors
Sir James says it is 'deplorable' the European Court of Justice endorses current tests
Regulatory review finds market is not working well for those struggling to pay minimum amounts
George Osborne has announced a so-called Google Tax, while the OECD has proposed new cross-border tax rules
Lloyds, Royal Bank of Scotland and HSBC all also set to benefit
Banks could face legal actions in London worth billions of pounds
Project management has never been easier thanks to new software solutions for businesses of all sizes
Luxembourg and Netherlands will have to collect more tax, but could lose overseas investment
A total of 68 companies have signed up to White House agreement to tackle climate change
Beer giant merger could be behind one in every three beers sold worldwide
$67bn acquisition marks move away from flagging PC sector, but can Dell succeed in cut-throat IT services market?
Search giant acquires unwieldy web site address after reorganising business under Alphabet brand
Employee empowerment is one of the business trends shaping America. But is it just a utopian dream?
US and Japan among countries to agree largest trade pact in two decades
At least 40 laws that make it harder for small businesses to raise money will be reviewed
Analysts question profitability of new phone as doubts emerge about demand and production cost