Neil Woodford and partner shared £1.5m payout before collapse
The pair took out the generous dividends from Woodford Investment Management over April and May 2019, new accounts showed. But weeks later, in June, the fund was suspended.
Amanda Staveley starts Barclays damages appeal
A judgment found the bank 'guilty of serious deceit', but damages were not ordered because the court could not establish that Staveley's firm PCP had suffered a loss due to Barclays' wrongdoing.
RUTH SUNDERLAND: Is PensionBee a honeypot?
For most people, the issue is not whether or not
to save with or invest in PensionBee, set up by Romi Savova (pictured), it is that they are simply saving too little.
The Covid crisis: some people think it’s all over … it isn’t
Fire-and-rehire is a brutal way to rebuild a company. It must be banned
Johnson will not stumble until Starmer tackles him on Brexit
Tribunal to hear claim of prejudice at Starling
Gulnaz Raja, who was the bank's deputy company secretary until last year, has also accused the start-up of trying to 'intimidate her into not bringing her claim', according to documents.
Toby Jugs: The four Beatles mugs that sold for £6,000
There are few things as quintessentially British as Toby Jugs. Since the 1700s, drinkers have collected them to celebrate the pleasure of sipping ales in pubs and homes across the country.
MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Ricardo is helping turn the US army green
British engineering group Ricardo is helping the US defence department to make its Hummers safer by installing devices that keep the trucks stable.
Why Amazon Workers Sided With the Company Over a Union
Pay, benefits and an aggressive anti-union campaign by the company helped generate votes at a warehouse in Alabama.