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Martin Sorrell, head  of  WPP: last year his pay package was £70.4 million, paid in cash and shares, taking the total he has earned at the advertising group since 2009 to £190 million. Photograph: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters

Oh the irony . . . just as the government was publishing details of its proposals for a crackdown on executive pay on Tuesday, details were coming thr(...)

London estate agency Jackson-Stops predicts that homes in the lowest-price bracket “will go the way of the black rhino” in the city this year. Photograph: PA

As inflation leapt to its highest level in almost two years last month, British government statisticians insisted on Tuesday that the rise had little (...)

Mike Ashley: shocking disclosures saw him hauled before MPs to answer questions and sparked widespread public anger. Photograph: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

It will be standing-room only on the 07.58 from St Pancras International to Chesterfield this morning, as shareholders, institutional investors, the m(...)

City fund manager Neil Woodford  abolished annual bonuses and will instead increase rates of basic pay and benefits for his employees. Photograph: Leonhard Foeger/Reuters

Is this the beginning of the end of the bonus culture? Neil Woodford, one of the highest-profile fund managers in the City, has abolished the contr(...)

There are fears that the ARM deal could be the first in a new wave of foreign takeovers as overseas buyers capitalise on the strength of their currencies against the battered pound. Photograph: ARM Holdings/PA Wire

“Wow. That’s good.” That, according to SoftBank’s Masayoshi Son, was how prime minister Theresa May greeted the news that Britain’s most successful (...)

Working on a Rolls-Royce  engine:  the company reaffirmed its commitment to the UK in the wake of the decision to exit the European Union, but warned that longer term assurances would depend on a post-Brexit deal. Photograph: Gary Marshall/Rolls-Royce/PA Wire

Brexit bargain-hunters were out in force on Tuesday, mopping up stocks in sectors that suffered some of the worst losses during two days of carnage th(...)

Austin Reed is to close its doors by the end of June after administrators failed to find a buyer for the business. Photograph: Carl Court/Getty Images

Austin Reed, which has been kitting out City types for over 100 years, is to close its doors by the end of June after administrators failed to find a (...)

Bank of England governor Mark Carney: Prominent Vote Leave supporter, Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg accused the governor of damaging the bank’s reputation by “taking sides” in the increasingly ill-tempered debate over Britain’s future in Europe. Photograph: Dylan Martinez/Reuters

Mark Carney has once again been forced to defend the Bank of England’s stance on Brexit, amid accusations that Threadneedle Street has strayed into po(...)

Marble Arch in London: BHS employees also projected images on   Blackfriars Bridge and Wellington Arch as well as the 88-year-old company’s headquarters. Photograph:  BHS/PA Wire

Employees of the collapsed BHS stores chain took to the streets of the capital on Monday night, illuminating some of London’s best-known landmarks wit(...)

Model company: Hornby chief executive Richard Ames’s exit was greeted by a surge   in the famous toy train company’s    shares of  almost 40 per cent. Photograph: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

The stock market was brutal in its response to the departure of Hornby chief executive Richard Ames this week: as his exit was announced, shares in th(...)

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