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        • Digitisation of tax returns – what it actually means
        • Rough guide to the Autumn Statement
        • Autumn Statement puts in place new anti-avoidance measure for capital allowances
        • British pension withdrawals could add up to £4.7bn
        • UK companies pay £1bn in total fees to their auditors
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        • Young professionals face ethics challenge, says ICAEW
        • Audit quality endorsed by FTSE 350 firms
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        • Northern Ireland's corporation tax to be cut to 12.5% in 2018
        • UK improves position in effective tax system rankings
        • FCA to study if investment managers offer good value
        • ‘Affluent’ taxpayers unit manpower increased by HMRC
        • VAT rules for crowdfunding agreed upon by EU states
        • “Balanced approach” needed for open book accounting, says outsourcing association
        • Survey shows North/South split for CFO optimism in Europe
        • FTSE 250 analysis reveals director bonuses
        • Institute of Directors supports HMRC restructuring plans
        • OECD upgrades tax transparency rating for Seychelles
        • ICAEW issues one hundredth alternative business structure licence
        • Standard & Poor's keeps AA+ credit rating for Guernsey
        • ICAEW to get new local audit regulatory powers
        • £400m in tax could come from personal service company crackdown
        • VAT loophole worth £355m reviewed by EU
        • HMRC receives £5.5bn from 43% capital gains jump
        • HMRC issues guidance document explaining changes to Gift Aid
        • New HMRC repayment policy could delay tax refunds
        • UK PAYE and self-assessment tax gap has increased to £8.5bn, reveals study
        • UK requires new approach for business to deal with tax non-compliance issues, says CIOT
        • Accountancy firms lose confidence about future growth prospects, reveals report
        • HMRC Charter committee looks for independent members
        • Europe's top court gives bitcoin VAT exemption
        • Business must be open about tax affairs, says CBI
        • Accountancy giant Grant Thornton reports £521m UK fee income
        • Shake up at ICAEW with new independent regulatory board
        • Capital requirements might be doubled for investment firms
        • New research says advisers want to work with accountants
        • FTSE 100 remuneration arrangements face less opposition
        • Reporting guidance concerns raised by accounting regulator
        • Tax receipts from inheritance rise by 15%
        • HMRC nets more than £50 million with landlord campaign
        • Campaign group proposes VAT MOSS interim threshold
        • Chartered Institute of Taxation wants offshore offence changes
        • OECD lists the top 10 toughest countries on tax evasion
        • G20 finance ministers endorse OECD's profit shifting plan
        • Revised corporate tax base proposal gets new EU consultation
        • Finance Bill amendment protects vulnerable taxpayers, says pressure group
        • Digital filing of accounts for charities comes under spotlight
        • Versatility key for SMP success, ACCA study shows
        • Records on property values could be kept for a generation
        • Revenue of £23.37bn puts PwC at top of global accountancy rankings
        • Ernst & Young surpasses £2bn revenue barrier
        • End of permanent non-dom status coming soon, says Treasury
        • Britain consults on EU company accounting reforms
        • Bookkeepers to benefit from UK digital tax accounts
        • Global volatility slowing financial services growth, shows research
        • Accountancy profession and natural capital go together, says report
        • IASB consults on IFRS 9 interim measures
        • Moral courage to drive value needed in boardroom, says accountants group
        • Tax avoidance crackdown nets £1bn for HMRC
        • New EU accounting standard a challenge for banking industry, says ECB chief
        • US tax law firm Burt, Staples & Maner LLP merges with E&Y
        • New financial reporting standard will lead to fundamental change, says IASB chief
        • Ernst & Young registers best growth for seven years
        • New CFO event attracts high profile names
        • Accountants warn business growth is being stunted by ‘too much regulation’
        • ACCA members encouraged to work toward benefit of society and the profession
        • UK finance directors expect economy to continue positive growth
        • Experian audit moves to KPMG from PwC
        • China's headache will not affect rate rise plan, says BoE’s Mark Carney
        • Finance plays a central role in fast-growing SMEs’ business planning
        • KPMG chair says Big Four have a public interest commitment to audits
        • ICAEW appoints non-chartered accountant board members for first time
        • New financial services transaction partner joins E&Y
        • British Pound strengthens as inflation rises in July
        • UK interest rates to rise "pretty soon" says outgoing BoE official
        • Willingness key to successful accounting career, says AAA
        • Hedge funds receive £10m windfall from RBS share sale
        • US GDP growth prompts Fed interest rate hike speculation
        • European stock markets boosted by listed companies reporting strong earnings
        • City growth boosts UK financial services trade surplus to £62bn
        • UK company dividends surge to £28bn, hit highest levels since 2007
        • Bank of England plan measures to shield UK from Greece risk
        • Banks compete for prized Barclays broker mandate
        • Nationwide marks turnaround with 54% profit increase
        • Saudi Arabian stock market opens to foreign investors
        • GoDaddy raises $460m as IPO exceeds market expectations
        • UK pension reforms: what are their potential impacts?
        • New survey shows rising optimism in UK financial services
        • Accenture report shows Fintech investment tripled in 2014
        • Small fintech firms step up challenge to big banks
        • TSB agrees to £1.7bn takeover by Spanish bank
        • UK Treasury nets £500m from Lloyds share sale
        • FTSE 100 index breaches 15-year closing record
        • Negative inflation likely in Britain, reveals Bank of England
        • Bank of England keeps interest rates at historic low
        • Ryanair announces €400mn share buyback as it raises profit forecast
        • Coinbase launches first regulated US Bitcoin exchange
        • European stock markets rise on improved economic expectations
        • UK is a good place to do business, say CFOs
        • KPMG Enterprise to help small businesses receive accountancy support
        • European Central Bank to inject €1.1 trillion in historical bonds investment
        • Could Google search predict a market crash?
        • From the world of business: July 2014 highlights
        • Lifetime ISA pitched to resolve UK pension crisis
        • Nestle plans to buy back shares as profits take a hit
        • Global equities hit record high value of $66 trillion
        • From the world of business: August 2014 highlights
        • Hong Kong raises $1 billion through Islamic bonds
        • Bank switching rises with 7-day service
        • PricewaterhouseCoopers revenue grows to £2.8 billion
        • Dubai IFC to issue $700 million Islamic sukuk bonds
        • Lloyds sells off 11.5% more of TSB stake after IPO success
        • New dawn for Co-op Group?
        • Virgin Money plans £2 billion flotation
        • Bank of England seeks more powers over property market to limit loan sizes
        • European Central Bank plans bond buying spree to boost investment
        • Twitter users in France can now ‘tweet money’
        • KPMG looks to cloud-based accountancy to attract SMEs
        • Venture capitalists see bright future for European startups
        • Islamic Bank of Britain set to be rebranded as Al Rayan Bank
        • Metro Bank focuses business lending on SMEs
        • PwC launches initiative to help small businesses
        • Is Islamic banking here to stay?
        • Banks in the UK to face full competition inquiry
        • Turkey slashes interest rates for third month in a row
        • London hedge funds focusing on US rather than Europe
        • ECB President Mario Draghi offers banks $1 trillion
        • British Chambers of Commerce warn against hasty interest rate rises
        • Obama criticises Wall Street’s ‘big bonuses for bankers’ culture
        • IPOs in European stock markets begin to lose steam
        • BNP Paribas to pay record $8.9 billion fine
        • Barclays faces charges for alleged “dark pool” fraud
        • London Stock Exchange confirms $2.7 billion Russell Investments deal
        • 50,000 customer strong Islamic Bank of Britain seeks to expand its business
        • Lloyds sells bigger stake in ‘oversubscribed’ TSB IPO
        • Finance, tech and creative industries set to drive London growth
        • UK chancellor George Osborne announces tougher finance rules
        • Barclays develops contactless payment wristbands
        • Economic boom in sight as global shares hit all-time highs
        • European Central Bank imposes negative interest rates
        • Lloyds Bank confirms TSB IPO float on London Stock Exchange
        • New watchdog will monitor banking standards in the UK
        • Bank of England governor Mark Carney warns of early interest rate rise
        • Bank of China weighs up European interest in shares
        • Alibaba makes record $25 billion IPO
        • 500 banks sign up for Apple’s new mobile wallet service
        • The Other Side: How Higher Interest Rates Could Be A Good Thing
        • Libor Scandal: Sixteen Banks Sued By US Regulator
        • ACCA F8 Substantive Testing – Part 2
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        • Expert View: Should UK Interest Rates Remain Low?
        • What is Asset Recovery? – Part 1
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        • 5 Years of Low Interest Rates: Who Wins?
        • Alibaba IPO Aims To Raise $15 billion
        • Candy Crush Developer Is Worth $7.6 billion!
        • Why Does The Co-Operative Bank Need Another £400m?
        • Osborne’s Budget Boost To Savers and Pensioners
        • Should you start saving for retirement now? Study says “Yes”
        • EU plans high-frequency trading crackdown
        • EU approval for bank loans provisioning rule coming soon, says IASB
        • Fund sector in Guernsey registers strong Q3 growth
        • HMRC issues new briefing on Scotland income tax rate
        • Charity Commission gets new governance framework
        • Financial Reporting Council wants transparent disclosure of risks in corporate reports
        • UK self-employed turn away from personal pensions
        • Higher taxes hit individuals more than corporations, says OECD
        • HMRC digital accounts backed by freelancers' accounting firm
        • Green light for employment review
        • Fax phased out by HMRC for SA302 tax calculations
        • New Scotland tax rates may be bad for employers, say advisors
        • FRC consults on changes to the Audit Firm Governance
        • Rise in new companies due to landlord tax changes
        • Revenues leap in China for global accountancy services network BDO
        • Tax transparency in listed companies' annual reports encouraged by FRC
        • Bank of England votes to hold rates at 0.5%
        • Scottish tax authority praised by Audit Scotland
        • Wear and tear allowance for landlords reformed in Finance Bill 2016
        • Invoice malware warning for finance departments
        • HMRC launches personal tax accounts
        • Materiality and governance should be focus of 2015 annual reports, says FRC
        • ICAEW warns pensioners about risks of secondary annuity market
        • US Fed interest rate rise welcomed by international stock markets
        • Bonus pot doubles for UK accountants
        • KPMG now ranks as the Big Four's smallest firm
        • Petition launched to scrap digital tax plans
        • HMRC opens applications for international tax training programmes
        • HMRC trials maps to help navigate British tax laws
        • New Year's honour for HMRC chief executive
        • Firms change rewards due to UK pension tax changes
        • HMRC writes letter regarding Scottish income tax
        • Self-assessment tax submission saw record numbers on NYE, reveals HMRC
        • Travel tax relief reforms warning from ATT
        • Pension auto enrolment could catch out 500,000 employers
        • Self-assessment tax return deadline approaches
        • HMRC issues interim peer-to-peer loans tax rules
        • R&D tax relief for SMEs goes live
        • Irish tax revenues exceeded 2015 target
        • Midlands accountancy powerhouse created by merger
        • Major new accounting standard – IFRS 16 Leases
        • Benefits of the new Personal Savings Allowance
        • National insurance contributions allowance reform needed, believes CIOT
        • Grant Thornton tops Experian Corpfin league again
        • Temporary workers draft legislation and guidance published
        • European Central Bank keeps interest rates unchanged
        • Lending at seven-year high, says Council of Mortgage Lenders
        • PSC register implementation coming soon
        • Management accounting skills in demand in Grimsby
        • Finance sector sees salary increase, shows Mercer survey
        • Demand for accountancy skills in Milton Keynes high, survey reveals
        • ICAEW and PwC launch e-learning programme for accountants
        • ACCA and Big Four to launch apprenticeship tax scheme
        • Demand for alternative financing on the rise, research shows
        • Accountancy bonus pot increases to record £2.4 billion
        • Entrepreneurs most likely to underestimate accountancy fees, survey shows
        • ACCA to help provide cloud services to UK accountants
        • Invoice lending becoming popular with small businesses, research shows
        • NatWest to help small businesses with £1bn lending fund
        • Startup company to launch first banking service for freelancers
        • Law firm launches online tool for fintech start-ups
        • Pay as you go to be ready in 2018, HMRC announce
        • Businesses optimistic about digital tax plans, according to report
        • UK businesses raise record £20.3 billion in invoice finance
        • Accounting software to help small businesses with finance
        • Salaries to increase in finance and accountancy roles
        • Alternative finance options for small businesses
        • Accountants need tech skills to succeed
        • Bonuses outstripping salaries in accountancy roles
        • Sage’s global event is coming to London
        • Number of jobs in London’s finance sector increases, report shows
        • Research shows increase in Christmas tax returns
        • ACCA outlines key priorities for accountancy success
        • Accountants want flexibility when considering a new job, survey shows
        • Brexit could drive demand for financial education, research shows
        • Guide to help businesses avoid late payments published
        • HMRC releases further information on digitising tax
        • Brexit will increase demand for accountants, according to research
        • Royal Bank of Scotland launches loan service for SMEs
        • Accountants were in high demand last year, survey shows
        • Research shows increase in asset-based finance to businesses
        • UK investors continuing with plans despite Brexit, research shows
        • Fintech investment reaches two-year high in 2017, report shows
        • Financial education helps employees cope with life issues, research finds
        • Survey shows optimism boost in financial services sector
        • Study reveals banking preferences of UK adults
        • City of London is a key global hub for fintech companies
        • Challenger banks leading the way in UK, research shows
        • Research reveals financial planning trends of millennials
        • Santander moves into private banking sector with new service
        • Metro Bank tops biggest survey of financial consumers in Britain
        • Accountancy sector continues to grow, figures show
        • UK banks offer glimpse into open banking with £5m fund
        • London-based fintech company to launch new global currency
        • Britain’s newest challenger business bank for SMEs launched
        • Research reveals hiring trends of financial services businesses
        • London remains top international financial centre
        • Moneyfacts reveals best banks for students and graduates
        • Index shows increase in demand for accountants in City of London
        • Accountancy is one of the highest-paying jobs for students
        • Research shows demand for recruits in financial advice sector
        • UK consumers trust banks over third-party providers, research finds
        • UK consumers want personalised banking services, research shows
        • Financial service providers need to boost customer experience
        • Metro Bank to open new store in London
        • Accountancy jobs rise as businesses search for professionals
        • ICAEW to help accountants become personal finance directors
        • Financial services firms publish collaboration guide for fintech businesses
        • Report shows increase in consultant spending among banks
        • Urgent need for improved financial advice for UK adults
        • Digitisation of traditional banks drives opportunities for finance brokers
        • Financial firms to continue hiring despite Brexit
        • Research shows demand for banking marketplace among UK consumers
        • Financial services companies bringing jobs back to UK
        • Data shows increase in demand for alternative finance services
        • Retailers eyeing potential benefits of Open Banking, research shows
        • Metro Bank launches new in-app payment function
        • Millennial workers are the biggest savers, research shows
        • Moneywise reveals top 2018 financial resolutions for UK adults
        • Report recommends banking charter to boost financial inclusion
        • Invoice financing reaches record high in UK
        • Global Accounting Network shows demand for interim accountants
        • Dramatic increase in demand for specialist accountants
        • Financial firms should upgrade recruitment practices, report shows
        • Workplace relationships have a positive impact on accountants
        • Over 50% of FTSE 100 CEOs are finance professionals
        • British Business Bank shows strong alternative finance growth
        • PwC launch initiatives to help SMEs raise investment
        • Figures show increase in the amount of women on FTSE 100 boards
        • Experienced bankers are moving into alternative finance sector
        • More SMEs planning to apply for finance, research shows
        • Accountants and recruiters share similar views on looking professional
        • Finance industry launches Action Plan to promote banking services
        • Bank of England to protect financial firms with new cyber standards
        • Financial services sector upbeat about growth prospects, study shows
        • Banks are most trusted institution amongst millennials
        • Banks, Big Four firm make UK’s most valuable brands list
        • APSCo figures show increase in financial services jobs
        • Lord Mayor of London to help strengthen finance sector links
        • ICAEW to help small businesses have better access to accountants
        • ICAEW issues checklist to help accountants comply with GDPR
        • HSBC becomes first UK bank to launch Open Banking app
        • Research reveals main priorities of banks in 2018
        • 75% of accountants are aware of Making Tax Digital, research shows
        • Small business retention deposit schemes supported by accounting body
        • Being Global - Future-proof your career in accountancy
        • UK banks sign up to group to examine fair business banking
        • Financial services firms feeling confident about their prospects, study shows
        • CYBG agrees to buy Virgin Money in £1.7bn deal
        • Contactless payments rising in popularity, UK Finance figures show
        • Finance firms preparing for Brexit by boosting salaries, study shows
        • Banking Protocol successful in preventing fraud, UK Finance figures show
        • Chancellor announces Green Finance Institute and Financial Services Skills Taskforce
        • APSCo figures show increase in permanent finance workers
        • Strong interest in UK’s financial services drives services exports growth
        • Finance Innovation Lab calls for purpose-driven approach to financial regulation
        • Report reveals what finance professionals want from their employers
        • Accounting one of top industries for pay increase, research shows
        • Finance leading the way for cyber security investment, study shows
        • Financial services M&A activity is thriving, figures show
        • Metro Bank to shake up UK banking with developer portal
        • FCA publishes report on duty of care in financial services
        • Consumers prefer their own bank for money services, research shows
        • Finance leaders are feeling positive about automation, research shows
        • Accountancy firms providing most Brexit expertise
        • Number of accountants reaches record high, FRC figures show
        • APSCo figures show strong increase in permanent finance workers
        • Traditional banks benefiting the most from Current Account Switch Service
        • Virgin Money’s SME franchise to deliver £500m of new deposits
        • Research highlights demand for flexible finance options
        • 72% of UK adults unaware of Open Banking, study shows
        • Data shows increase in demand for finance and insurance professionals
        • UK financial services exports reached record high in 2017
        • Digital transformation driving demand for new finance skills, research shows
        • Digital-first banks leading the way for customer service, research shows
        • FCA announces consultation phase for global fintech sandbox
        • Report shows increase in demand for permanent finance workers
        • Competition from alternative lenders driving growth in business lending
        • Finance professionals want clarity on Brexit, research shows
        • Financial services helping to drive UK M&A activity, research shows
        • The Importance of Financial Management
        • Trading and Investing
        • An Introduction to Private Equity, Mergers and Acquisitions
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        • What are Risk Management Techniques in Project Financing?
        • Why study managerial finance?
        • ACCA Introduces Remote Exams
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        • AAT achieve KHDA recognition
        • ACCA and CIPM of Nigeria sign a collaborative agreement
      • Business & Economy
        • Crossrail 2 will add billions to UK economy, finds study
        • CEBR warns UK economy could face slowdown due to weak exports
        • US economy expected to grow faster than previously estimated
        • Businesses lose over £200bn to cyber attacks a year globally, reveals study
        • Steep rise for UK deficit follows fall in tax receipts
        • Deloitte reports strong growth with revenues of $35.2 billion
        • Chief economist says BoE may cut rate before any increase
        • UK updates laws governing consumer rights
        • £140bn added to UK economy by robots, says Deloitte
        • Oil price too volatile to predict, claims Shell boss
        • UK inflation falls back to zero per cent
        • PwC announces record £3.1bn revenues in annual report
        • Sharpest fall since 1992 expected for US oil output
        • Biggest pay rise boom in Europe for UK workers
        • “The Secret Millionaire” Mike Greene behind Morrisons stores takeover
        • Bad advice cost UK businesses £6.4bn this year, shows study
        • FTSE 100 sets aside £1.7 billion for tax litigation
        • Conviviality Retail in £200m wholesaler buyout
        • Study shows price comparison sector benefits from memorable adverts
        • Tesco in £4bn sale of South Korea stores
        • Northern Powerhouse plans hailed as biggest growth opportunity since Victorian era
        • Advisers urged to help clients with competition law by watchdog
        • Zero-hours contracts on the rise in the UK
        • £6.6bn added to UK coffers by non-doms in 12 months
        • UK economy expected to have strong autumn, reveals report
        • Virgin Money’s chief financial officer to leave company
        • August registers worst month for US stock markets in three years
        • Eurozone inflation figure remains steady at 0.2 per cent
        • Maersk Oil's North Sea gas field gets go ahead
        • Big energy firm Total sells UK gas assets worth £585mn
        • Investments in mid-size businesses need tax break, says report
        • China's rate cut fails to stop share slump
        • Deloitte profits from 10.5% rise in consulting revenues
        • Oil price fall hits Russian rouble
        • New ONS figures reveal how much UK workers are worth
        • UK GDP forecast to grow by 2.6%
        • Chinese economic woes hit global shares
        • British film industry gets more tax breaks from EU
        • Manufacturing orders unexpectedly improve in August, reveals survey
        • IMI audit committee appoints new non-executive director
        • UK sales volumes rise by 0.1 per cent
        • Blue-chip bosses in UK earn 183 times more than other employees
        • Japan's economic growth plan fails
        • Industrial commodities drag global markets down
        • Audit market sees surge in aggressive headhunting
        • UK wage growth and employment slows
        • Expansion in low-paid work is cause of puzzling UK productivity
        • Greek bailout deal approaches final stages
        • China devalues in attempt to reverse economic woes
        • Chinese inflation rates continue to rise
        • Changing consumer behaviour hits UK supermarkets
        • Greece and lenders prepare for talks on new bailout
        • UK trade deficit improves as exports rise
        • Low oil prices force Saudi Arabia to borrow heavily
        • Battle ahead for businesses as Sunday trading law changes look likely
        • Rolls-Royce wins multi-billion-dollar Canadian contract
        • British confidence in economic growth at 5 year high, shows study
        • FTSE boosted by takeover deal news
        • PM Cameron looks to boost Asia trade as UK economy gains momentum
        • Amazon overtakes Walmart to become biggest in US retail market
        • UK wages register biggest rise in five years, shows ONS report
        • No Grexit as agreement reached over Greece debt crisis
        • New national living wage tops Osborne's Budget announcement
        • What to expect from Osborne's emergency budget this week
        • Greek referendum: global markets feel impact as Greece rejects austerity
        • GDP growth and consumer confidence boost UK economy
        • FTSE falls as markets react to Greece turmoil
        • UK government called on to offer more support for exports
        • UK productivity growth predicted by Bank of England
        • Markets in Europe ride wave of optimism higher
        • George Osborne wants to ban deficits in UK budgets
        • Online shopping forecast to grow by £320bn by 2018
        • British economy exceeding expectations, says CBI
        • UK government to sell off 30 per cent Royal Mail stake
        • Return to growth expected for all EU economies
        • The Queen’s Speech 2015: the one-nation approach
        • Sajid Javid plans to cut red tape by £10 billion
        • Restaurant industry turnover up 39 per cent since 2010
        • UK unemployment hits seven-year low
        • Cities in UK to gain devolved powers
        • French economy outpaces that of UK and US
        • Business organisations call for action from Sajid Javid
        • China rate cut indicates economic slowdown
        • UK election result sends FTSE, pound soaring
        • Broadband growth drives BT Group profits
        • Sainsbury’s records first loss in a decade
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        • UK accountancy firm growth at highest levels since 2008
        • Economists “more important” than analysts, suggests McKinsey
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        • What slowing economic growth means for China
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        • Bridging the economic North/South divide in the UK
        • £10 million funding to boost tourism in the North of England
        • Economic growth predictions revised higher in UK
        • March news round-up
        • Food companies Heinz and Kraft set to merge
        • Top 6 must know business figures
        • Telefonica set to finalise O2 sale for £10.25bn
        • UK 2.5 per cent pay rises indicate strong salary growth
        • A guide to 2015’s ‘UK Basket of Goods’
        • India set to be world’s fastest growing large economy: IMF
        • Asian cities climb financial hub rankings
        • How US interest rates hike will influence business
        • OECD puts UK 2015 economic growth at second fastest in G7
        • ONS report reveals UK employment has hit record high
        • The essential 2015 UK Budget breakdown for businesses
        • UK trainees to receive pay rise by October 2015
        • British economy will continue to flourish, predicts research
        • Challenger banks are on the rise, but can they disrupt the big four?
        • Robust UK manufacturing data highlights strong start to 2015
        • UK government SME spending exceeds £11bn, says report
        • UK real wages set for first rise since 2007, says EY
        • Dell UK begins accepting payments in Bitcoins
        • Chinese fund to build £1 billion new financial district in London
        • Japan recession ends as economy registers GDP growth
        • Perfect time for Britons to holiday in Europe, says Post Office
        • BCC calls for pro-growth agenda to improve UK economy
        • UK GDP forecast to grow faster than anticipated
        • BT to buy mobile firm EE for £12.5bn
        • Starbucks records first profit in the UK in 17 years
        • UK businesses have started 2015 strongly, says report
        • Businesses to receive £66bn lending boost by 2018, says EY
        • UK 2014 GDP registers fastest growth in seven years
        • Equality key to a strong economy, say WEF 2015 Davos speakers
        • City of London well placed to boost fast-growing markets, claims study
        • British businesses well placed for growth in 2015
        • British high street sales projected to reach £342 billion in 2014
        • Christmas, Boxing Day online sales could hit £1.3bn
        • British retailers gear up for pre-Christmas rush
        • Why the UK inflation rate is desirable
        • CBI reports UK retail sales growth strongest since 1988
        • UK economy can be world’s most prosperous by 2030, says Osborne
        • UK online sales surpass £100 billion mark for the first time
        • At €20 billion, Eurozone trade surplus raises to new record
        • IMF chief Lagarde praises UK economic growth
        • How Britain’s stubborn trade deficit could be fixed
        • UK businesses look overseas for acquisitions
        • UK economy set to expand at fastest rate since 2008, EY forecasts
        • UK investment in China to quadruple by 2020, says study
        • British financial sector registers fastest growth since 1996
        • UK mortgage rates fall to lowest since 2007
        • British CEOs optimistic about UK economic growth, says report
        • Telefonica in talks to sell O2 to Hutchison Whampoa for £10bn
        • UK standard of living rises to fourth highest in Europe
        • Switzerland to keep cap on franc until 2016
        • ‘Ramadan rush’ boosts UK retail sales
        • Mayor Boris Johnson announces huge London infrastructure plans
        • UK small manufacturers see even more growth
        • British services sector surpasses expected growth levels
        • UK to investigate Bitcoin role in the economy
        • Skills shortage could hinder UK economy recovery
        • Sainsbury’s takes on discount supermarkets by bringing Netto back
        • Bank of England keeps interest rates flat
        • Italy back in recession as its economic woes continue
        • Finance to lead City of London hiring spree
        • Japan economy struggles to cope with sales tax hike
        • Vocational training is ‘key to fight youth unemployment’
        • Job candidate shortage in the UK pushes salaries up
        • London’s FTSE 100 index edges up to lead in Europe
        • Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway stock price exceeds $200,000 per share
        • Coca-Cola buys Monster stake for over $2 billion
        • UK car exports hit record rate
        • Mexico records stronger than expected growth
        • Salaries rise quickly for UK manufacturing sector employees
        • Ryanair launches no-frills business class
        • BCC ups UK growth forecast for 2014 and 2015
        • TTIP can add £10bn to UK economy
        • UK construction sector experiences 7-month high
        • UK challenges EU over bonus cap for bankers
        • Interest rates in the UK will rise in Q1 2015, says CBI
        • Germany and France to kick-start €300 billion European investment push
        • UK emerging as a ‘graduate economy’, claims OECD
        • From the world of business: May 2014 highlights
        • Firms head back to the City of London
        • M&S branches out to Nordic countries
        • US stimulus nears end but rates stay low
        • Business backs Scotland’s ‘No’ vote in independence referendum
        • Business leaders call for UK minimum wage rise
        • UK e-commerce surge imminent, claims Barclays report
        • IMF: Slow and steady growth worthwhile for China
        • France seeks German support for economic reforms
        • Obama and Modi meet to boost US-India ties
        • Jimmy Choo IPO could value luxury shoe maker at $1.1 billion
        • British Chambers of Commerce calls for export boost for businesses
        • Exports to comprise half of all SME revenue by 2019
        • Growth attracts international talent into the UK job market
        • Education needs business backing, says London Mayor Boris Johnson
        • More jobs as UK unemployment reaches lowest level since recession
        • Singapore and Hong Kong compete to be Asia’s top financial market
        • Most UK SMEs predict double-digit growth in 2015
        • UK retailers call for business rate reform to boost sector
        • UK one of the best countries for doing business, says World Bank report
        • Want to own a part of Ferrari? Here’s your chance!
        • From the world of business: October news highlights
        • Demand for professional skills soars in the UK
        • Personal and SME banking to face competition probe
        • London Stock Exchange to shake up trading with midday stock auctions
        • Fast-growing small firms power UK economic growth, says report
        • Canary Wharf owners reject £2.2bn Qatar bid
        • London gives UK Treasury £34 billion boost each year
        • UK business confidence remains high
        • City of London firms keep hiring levels high
        • UK leads developed world on growth, reveals IMF report
        • UK manufacturing witnesses boom as orders continue to rise
        • Record foreign investment pours into UK
        • Non-financial businesses worth £1 trillion to UK economy
        • G20: world leaders back 800 measures for global economic growth
        • Virgin America valued at $1.35 billion post-Nasdaq flotation
        • Small manufacturers benefit from the UK’s economic recovery
        • World Expo 2015 to be worth £1 billion for Britain
        • UK economy to grow at fastest rate in G7
        • UK employment rate rises to record high
        • UK government is owed £22 billion, reveals Public Accounts Committee
        • UK firms look beyond eurozone for export, report finds
        • UK retail prices report biggest fall since 2006
        • Euro strength needs to be reduced, ECB told
        • London underground marks the busiest day in its history
        • Graduate recruitment in UK returns to pre-recession high
        • London is at forefront of UK recovery
        • After Black Friday, Cyber Monday kicks off December online retail spree
        • UK employers encouraged to offer flexible hours to boost business
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        • Black Friday shopping spree exceeds expectations
        • Major UK companies to contribute more in tax, says report
        • Cloud services look to SME sector for investment
        • Barclays launches face-to-face video banking
        • SMEs optimistic about international trade next year
        • Small Business Saturday was ‘a no brainer’, says Shadow Business Secretary
        • Manufacturing boosted by domestic demand despite weak exports
        • Bank of England leaves interest rates unchanged at record low
        • UK businesses set to grow in 2015, says report
        • Germany introduces new national minimum wage
        • Escalating house prices ‘a risk to UK economy’
        • UK economy to gain £90bn boost from flexible working, says report
        • UK businesses told to adjust to flexible working hours
        • Global M&A deals hit 7-year peak
        • From the world of business: June 2014 highlights
        • Number of new businesses close to record high
        • UK consumer morale hits nine-year high
        • Business magnate Warren Buffett ‘not buying Coca-Cola’
        • General Motors recalls 3 million more vehicles
        • UK industrial output rises for fifth straight month
        • UK customers spend less cash than ever as digital payments rise
        • Post Office and Travelex run out of Brazilian Reals ahead of World Cup
        • Queen’s Speech aims for business vote
        • Spain and Greece get higher credit ratings
        • EU and US restart talks for transatlantic trade deal
        • Big firms flock to be listed in London's stock exchanges
        • Burberry continues global expansion with focus on Japanese growth
        • London Stock Exchange could buy Russell Investments in $3 billion deal
        • Retailers Carphone Warehouse and Dixons confirm £3.7 billion merger
        • Bank of England keeps interest rates at 0.5%
        • AstraZeneca rejects ‘final offer’ for takeover by Pfizer
        • Argentina sets plans to repay $10 billion Paris Club debt
        • Alibaba ups share price ahead of highly anticipated IPO
        • From The World of Business: February 2014 Highlights
        • UK factory output rises fastest since 2010
        • The Language Question: Addressing UK’s Achilles’ Heel
        • The Big Freeze: Will Polar Vortex ‘Cool’ The Economy?
        • The $100bn Handshake: M&As Witness Early Year Roar
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        • Is The London Underground Strike Set To Cost UK £200 million?
        • Hope for Europe as Commission looks to growth
        • Japan Trade Deficit Soars
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        • Exports Drop As UK Trade Deficit Widens
        • Mr Kipling: Still ‘Exceedingly Good’ at Marketing
        • Retail Sales Prove the Power of Ecommerce
        • Sainsbury’s Sales Drop For First Time In Nine Years
        • UK Budget 2014: What Should We Expect?
        • Oxfam Calls For Moves To Tackle Inequality
        • UK Budget 2014 Review: Winners & Losers
        • HS2: Will High-Speed Rail Deliver On Its Promise?
        • New US Federal Reserve Chief’s ‘Blunder’ Spooks Markets
        • Chinese Languages Flourish In The City Of London
        • CBI: Budget 2014 “Will Put Wind in Investment Sails”
        • UK Car Sales Accelerate to Hit 10-Year High
        • UK Trumps US And Japan In Business Competitiveness
        • From The World Of Business: March 2014 Highlights
        • Nissan Signs UEFA Champions League Deal
        • Guess What? Soda Sales Are Falling!
        • Mergers and Acquisitions Boosting Europe’s Economic Recovery
        • Chinese Conglomerate Bids £450m for House of Fraser
        • European firms prefer dividends over re-investing in businesses
        • RBS to Shut 44 Branches in the UK Down
        • UK earnings to surpass inflation: are people better off at last?
        • London Top Choice for European Businesses
        • From The World Of Business: April 2014 Highlights
        • Tube strike: the business impact
        • Manufacturing grows and construction takes a hit in the UK
        • Uncertainty shadows the future of London’s iconic Gherkin building
        • Why is Pfizer still pursuing AstraZeneca acquisition?
        • Travel Tax Relief restrictions to affect UK freelancers
        • HMRC offer guidance on derivative contracts tax changes
        • Increasing economic uncertainty hits business confidence, says Deloitte
        • Tax rulings disclosure by 2017 signed off by EU chiefs
        • Tesco records 55% drop in profits
        • New KPMG survey reveals connection between risk and strategy
        • Landlord tax changes need review, says ICAEW
        • Retail food sales rose in September, says British Retail Consortium report
        • Increase in starting salaries expected for accounting jobs
        • Business rates a hurdle for regional growth, says accountancy firm
        • HMRC taskforces add £109m to public purse in 6 months
        • Deloitte reports growth in US investment into North West
        • Grocery industry sees ‘green shoots of recovery’, says report
        • Taxation body welcomes HMRC scrapping Business Record Checks
        • Electric vehicles reimbursement rules ‘partially’ clarified by HMRC
        • HMRC to auction 150kgs of gold worth over £2.5m
        • UK economy sees third quarter slowdown to 0.5 per cent growth
        • E&Y inks partnership deal with online networking platform LinkedIn
        • UK economy gains £4.1bn from British music industry
        • Only 45% of charities have set counter-fraud strategy, reveals survey
        • UK service sector registers growth in October
        • Buy-to-let still a healthy investment, says PwC report
        • Global economic confidence at four year low, shows survey
        • Black Friday deals anticipation slows October retail figures, shows report
        • Better deals called for businesses to reclaim fleet VAT costs
        • £15bn National Grid to appoint Deloitte as auditor
        • New guide to improving diversity and inclusion in the workplace published
        • DVLA pockets revenue from car clamping following tax disc change
        • London construction boosts UK economy by £6.2bn, shows study
        • Chancellor Osborne announces tax exemption for charities
        • UK GDP growth slowed by weakening trade
        • UK ‘gig economy’ set to be worth £2bn by 2020, shows research
        • European Commission proposes overhaul of prospectus rules
        • Network Rail plans assets sale to pay debts
        • Potential impact of Storm Desmond is costly, says PwC
        • UK retail sales slowed in November, reveals BRC
        • Construction work demand falls to lowest level this year
        • Fall in confidence will hit UK economic growth, says ICAEW
        • ‘Stealth tax’ will cost contractors £16.6bn, shows research
        • UK house prices are increasing faster, reveals ONS
        • £80.5bn tax bill paid by big UK business, analysis shows
        • Businesses will pay out “more than £1bn” for National Living Wage
        • 10p introductory level for Scottish Rate of Income Tax
        • HMRC gets £8.1m in UK corporation tax from Starbucks
        • Free trade talks resume between EU and India
        • Business leaders need to be mindful to be effective, says ACCA report
        • Confidence in UK economy grows following low unemployment
        • UK to become world’s 4th largest economy, survey reveals
        • UK economy sees December house price rise
        • Support for EU membership falls from UK CFOs
        • Britain top for business optimism, shows study
        • Insolvents owed money to 113,000 UK businesses in 2015, shows research
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        • December jobs growth fuels recovery for US economy
        • Company beneficial ownership rules confirmed by BIS
        • BRC-KPMG monitor data reveals flat December retail figures
        • Falling oil prices could force new Russian budget
        • BHP Billiton to write down £5bn shale assets
        • Three Big Four firms praised for being LGBT-friendly
        • UN calls for leisure tax to fund humanitarian aid
        • Ten-year high for UK car production
        • Government borrowing for UK fell in December
        • PwC acquires cyber identity consultancy Praxism
        • Creative industries add £84bn to UK economy
        • Brexit will cause economic shock for UK, say Credit Suisse analysts
        • London rent concern for young professionals
        • Wales is top spot for businesses in finance sector
        • UK economy improves in fourth quarter, according to ONS
        • UK small business finance market is recovering, claims report
        • Economic growth strongest in West and East Midlands
        • Cambridge to tackle skills gap with Step Up project
        • NatWest launches new business hub for entrepreneurs
        • Firm reveals plan for £20m business hub to boost Scottish economy
        • Business owners need to be “visible and engaged”, says report
        • UK digital businesses growing faster than other sectors, says Tech City UK report
        • Somerset business hub will help to boost employment
        • Businesses should consider training to reduce wage inequality, say experts
        • Business leaders back calls for self-employed support
        • BT to create apprenticeship and graduate jobs in the North West
        • Barclays finance scheme helps Leicester-based company to grow
        • Hertfordshire shortlisted for Better Business for All Awards
        • LSEG report reveals most inspiring businesses in Britain
        • Crowdsourced Management Book of the Year launched in UK
        • East Yorkshire Hub could create 3,000 new jobs
        • Small UK businesses targeting Australia export market
        • Serial entrepreneurs key to success of UK economy
        • Over 100 new jobs to be created in the North East
        • Birmingham growth hub secures £1 million BIS funding package
        • Research reveals the highest-paid jobs in Scottish finance sector
        • Over 700 jobs to be created in Sunderland
        • London and Manchester best hubs for high-growth small businesses
        • Boris Johnson unveils plans to create East London hub
        • Innovate UK launches competition for sharing economy start-ups
        • North Tyneside business park almost full after creating 14,000 jobs
        • £9.5m fund launched in Manchester to boost exports
        • British SMEs save £10,000 by negotiating, according to survey
        • Family businesses becoming more successful, shows IFB research
        • Manchester received over £136m in European funding, says research
        • Small Business Forum launched in Bristol
        • North West businesses urged to attend exporting events
        • Freelancers to receive £40 extra from UK state pension
        • Small business growth restricted by lack of leadership, says FSB report
        • Ghanaian business event to be held in London
        • Number of UK exporters at record high, reveals UKTI
        • Freelancers contribute over £100bn to UK economy, research shows
        • Workspace provider Regus opens new office in London
        • Business group to invest £2m in Birkenhead town centre
        • Red telephone boxes to be transformed into mini-offices
        • HullBID Awards to celebrate businesses in Hull
        • Teesside businesses urged to bid for £1.8bn funding pot
        • Next phase of Gloucester development to create 700 jobs
        • Business owners will base EU decision on facts, says report
        • Heathrow expansion will boost Britain’s economy, believes airport’s chairman
        • British Business Bank launches £30 million funding pot
        • Companies working hard to address skills gap, says bank
        • Britain’s future in the EU debated at Institute of Directors
        • SMEs leading the way on cost cutting
        • Brighton and Cardiff SMEs working hardest this bank holiday
        • More people working beyond retirement age, survey shows
        • £90 million to be spent on UK’s coastal businesses
        • Small businesses join forces to encourage EU ‘in’ vote
        • York voted UK’s top spot for freelancers
        • Small northern cities contribute £82 billion to UK economy, shows report
        • Increasing employment rate could add £105 billion to economy
        • Entrepreneurial Spark named world’s most active accelerator
        • Self-employed will base EU vote on personal choice, says study
        • Techspace to support scale-up companies with office space
        • Recruitment company secures £350,000 to help 10,000 businesses
        • UK would welcome annual shutdown of businesses, survey shows
        • Small businesses need to adapt their models, research shows
        • Businesses form group to help UK’s small firms
        • Small business owners take shorter holidays, shows survey
        • Rural areas have higher self-employment rates, says Rural Economy Committee
        • Record number of companies being set up, according to research
        • Cyberattacks cost companies £34bn in past year, study shows
        • Skills shortages holding back businesses, according to survey
        • UK employment rate reaches record high, according to ONS
        • More corporates want to work with start-ups, report shows
        • Santander to invest £75 million in UK’s fintech businesses
        • British Business Bank invested £527 million into UK businesses
        • London City Airport expansion scheme will boost economy, say ministers
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        • Businesses have higher survival rates in remote areas, survey shows
        • Research identifies key areas for salary growth
        • Law firm partners with business accelerator to help entrepreneurs
        • Charities to benefit from Gift Aid overhaul
        • UK mining sector improves post-Brexit
        • House prices rise despite post-Brexit crash prediction
        • More businesses being attracted to city centres, according to research
        • Over 500,000 British businesses embracing drone technology
        • Chinese investment in UK business up by 500 per cent
        • Online business training platform launched for micro-businesses
        • Leading businesses call on employers to recruit older workers
        • Number of full-time jobs increased in August
        • Leeds named Britain’s best city for work-life balance
        • £500 million fund to help Scottish businesses
        • New measures tackle late payments to small businesses
        • Migrant-led businesses boosting UK economy, says report
        • Small business lending reaches record high, figures show
        • Second consecutive year for small business growth
        • £600k fund to support rural projects announced
        • Booming fintech could help UK’s law firms
        • New finance programme launched for small charities
        • New e-learning initiative for aspiring franchisees
        • UK’s business population reaches record high
        • Citibase launch new centres for Scottish businesses
        • Employees feel more productive at home, survey finds
        • HSBC to save small businesses £13 million
        • Business activity in London reaches eight-month high
        • UK small businesses expecting growth
        • New taskforce to support small businesses
        • Best places to do business revealed in prosperity index
        • Top entrepreneurs to attend small business expo ScaleUp 2016
        • Report indicates more small businesses moving outside London
        • £60 million fund to help Scottish businesses grow
        • Business confidence at a high after Brexit vote
        • UK to become safest place for business
        • NatWest’s Capital Connections scheme available for UK businesses
        • Good days at work help employees feel appreciated
        • SMEs to contribute £217bn to UK economy, says research
        • BT boosts UK economy by £23 billion, says report
        • UK ranked eighth best place to start a business
        • Small business owners feel positive about their future, survey shows
        • Over 700,000 UK jobs created in 2014/15, research shows
        • Businesses expecting higher growth rate over next quarter, according to CBI
        • Yorkshire and Humber to have fastest economic growth in 2016
        • Workers more attracted to jobs that offer homeworking, study shows
        • Government launches online portal to help small businesses to export
        • Asset-based lending for UK businesses reaches record high
        • Businesses optimistic about future after Brexit, according to survey
        • North East tech sector fastest growing in UK, report shows
        • Co-op to create new jobs across UK
        • Demand growing for more workspace in UK
        • Funding Circle raises £82 million in equity funding
        • Small businesses to benefit from new banking scheme
        • New enterprise zone could boost economy by £589 million
        • Programme launched to show that London is open for business
        • Government searching for UK’s first commissioner to help small businesses
        • Manchester and London among the most influential cities in Europe
        • UK named one of the most attractive places for work
        • Finance conditions continuing to improve for small businesses
        • Over 70 per cent of apprentice-hiring businesses report productivity boost
        • Number of businesses in the UK reaches record high
        • Confidence among UK’s private sector firms recovers to strongest level
        • New guide to degree apprenticeships published for employers
        • Technical and professional sector sees biggest boost in SMEs
        • Entrepreneurs reveal benefits of remote working in new research
        • Survey shows rise in confidence among London’s businesses
        • Amazon Business to be launched in UK
        • MarketInvoice funding to UK businesses reaches record high
        • Online business education guide launched for UK SMEs
        • Business optimism at record high globally, research shows
        • Scottish Government-backed digital academy hopes to help businesses
        • Investment scheme could be revived to encourage businesses
        • Research shows increase in salaries for graduate jobs
        • Prospects launches special edition Graduate Market Trends journal
        • UK financial services customers want improved loyalty programmes, research shows
        • Seedrs teams up with NatWest to offer alternative funding options
        • More executives using networking for job search process, research finds
        • Lloyds Bank PMI shows London employment and business activity growth
        • Work perks could be key to workplace success, research shows
        • World’s third largest financial services firm to be headquartered in London
        • APSCo research shows increase in permanent job vacancies
        • UK challenger banks continuing to grow, rankings show
        • Accenture recruits 1,700 people in the UK
        • Trust and autonomy important to workplace happiness and productivity
        • UK one of the most popular locations for international business
        • Number of workless households reaches record low, ONS figures show
        • New leadership programme launched to help businesses engage staff
        • Health of UK SMEs reaches highest level in 18 months
        • Fintech sector crucial to London’s future prosperity, according to research
        • London named most popular destination for business travel, report shows
        • London cheaper than rival financial centres for locating staff
        • Research reveals the best time to launch a business
        • Thousands of jobs created in East London since 2012, research shows
        • FPMS launches new funding solution for small businesses
        • London will remain a top FinTech hub
        • SMEs need more access to finance, according to research
        • Alternative banking app Revolut signs up 16,000 businesses
        • London a top business location for SME executives, research shows
        • UK named most attractive country to employers and staff
        • Investors value business owners with soft skills, research shows
        • London Living Wage increases by 4.6 per cent
        • Londoners most likely to start their own business
        • Lloyds PMI shows increase in London business activity growth
        • UK Living Wage rises by 3.6 per cent
        • Fintech businesses have most ambitious fundraising plans, research shows
        • Industrial Strategy to boost skills and training in UK
        • 85% of Britons want to start a business
        • SMEs accounted for 60% of private sector employment
        • Confidence at a high amongst UK entrepreneurs, research shows
        • Research shows increase in angel investment in UK
        • UK business leaders feeling confident, research shows
        • More than 30% of millennials plan digital currency investments
        • Business confidence stabilises in UK, Lloyds Bank report shows
        • SMEs optimistic about obtaining finance in 2018, report shows
        • Lloyds report shows increase in business confidence in London
        • Financial services to be a priority in Brexit deal
        • British banks could help to boost UK’s productivity growth
        • SMEs confident about financial growth, survey shows
        • IMF gives optimistic report on global trade
        • UK forerunner in queue for US trade deals
        • Bank of England Governor predicts “conscious recoupling” of economies
        • Regulators could help London stay competitive
        • London business confidence highest in UK, report shows
        • UK business growth reaches two-year high, according to survey
        • London a world leader for attracting financial services talent
        • Business leaders value legal certainty over ambitious Brexit deal
        • Small businesses need to explore finance options available to them
        • London remains world leader for global financial services
        • Finance SMEs optimistic about economic prospects, study shows
        • Asia Pacific businesses creating opportunities for UK firms
        • London SMEs most aware of alternative financing options
        • London businesses most optimistic in UK, report shows
        • More awareness of Open Banking benefits needed
        • Research shows increase in accountancy jobs and salaries
        • British Business Bank to help small businesses boost UK economy
        • Businesses optimistic about future growth, according to BDO Index
        • Business confidence reaches two-year high, according to ICAEW
        • Trust in UK banks reaches highest level since 2012
        • Global banks demand visa waiver to protect London’s financial status
        • Attracting talent crucial to London’s status as financial centre
        • Report shows increase in number of UK scale-up businesses
        • Employers feeling more confident about UK economy, study shows
        • Small increase in UK economy consumer confidence
        • OECD upgrades UK growth forecast
        • Strong growth expected by UK SMEs
        • UK economy to be boosted by World Cup
        • UK economy to be boosted by 2,500 new Amazon jobs
        • Northern Powerhouse to be boosted by new airport routes
        • Freelancers expected to boost UK’s economic growth
        • UK employment rate remains at record high, ONS figures show
        • British Business Bank launches investment programme to boost business growth
        • Technology firms to invest £2.3bn into UK economy
        • UK business angels favour fintech, according to report
        • Department for International Trade launches FinTech investment drive
        • SMEs could boost UK economy by £57bn by improving productivity
        • French banking group to offer business loans to UK SMEs
        • Lloyds Banking Group to become first founder of LORCA
        • Magpie businesses could boost UK economy by more than £100bn
        • Nationwide launches £50m fund for fintech businesses
        • London business confidence higher than rest of UK, research shows
        • London named best city in the world for work
        • Banks can use Open Banking to boost customer engagement
        • Financial services employment rises at fastest pace in a year
        • FCA announces fourth round of firms for fintech sandbox
        • Boosting wellbeing of self-employed workers will benefit UK economy
        • Proposal made by FCA for new Directory of financial service workers
        • Demand for financial services drives UK service sector growth
        • Finance sector jobs thriving across UK, report shows
        • UK remains top location in Europe for financial services investment
        • Infrastructure spending could boost UK economy by £33bn
        • UK businesses feeling confident about performance, report shows
        • UK returns to top spot for venture capital investment
        • Financial services making significant contribution to society, research shows
        • UK adults want real-time interaction with banks, survey shows
        • UK business confidence reaches two-year high, research shows
        • Employment rate reaches record high, ONS figures show
        • Financial services and banking among industries with happiest workers
        • Financial services helping to boost SME economy, research shows
        • British Business Bank reports increase in finance supply to businesses
        • Facebook aiming to boost UK economy with new London office
        • UK businesses feeling confident despite Brexit uncertainties, data shows
        • Research shows strong economic growth in London
        • UK SMEs feeling positive about post-Brexit future, survey shows
        • Finance organisations commit to improving BAME representation
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        • UK SMEs positive about growth, research shows
        • Barclays partners with MarketInvoice to boost access to finance
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      • Education & Careers
        • London finance workers earn £20,000 more than rest of UK, reveals study
        • Big Four firms drop traditional entry requirements for jobseekers
        • Deloitte to revamp recruitment process to end unconscious class bias
        • Earning gap between female graduates and non-graduates is over three times, shows report
        • UK public sector employment falls to lowest levels in second quarter
        • UK businesses worried about talent pool shortage, reveals survey
        • British graduates see 4.2 per cent year-on-year pay rise
        • Hay fever damages exam results, shows research
        • Experiment shows children taught by Chinese teachers outdo peers
        • Applications to PwC student programmes at record high
        • A-level results see drop in top grades but more university places
        • Girls dominate admissions to leading universities
        • Graduates from private schools get high salaries, reveals research
        • More people in UK working night shifts, shows research
        • Netflix announces unlimited parental leave for staff
        • UK wage growth forecast to hit seven-year peak, forecasts study
        • Higher education in Britain is "high growth export", says new report
        • Support students to study abroad, says former UK Universities Minister
        • City of London to see 10 years of job growth
        • Work experience most valuable criteria to employers, says report
        • UK finance workers witness strong growth in job market
        • International students boost UK economy by £2.3bn, says report
        • Social media – the ultimate job hunting tool?
        • Does studying abroad really improve your chances of employment?
        • What creates job satisfaction?
        • Should companies do more to help entry-level workers’ education?
        • SMEs can help tackle youth unemployment, says CIPD
        • New research could affect which jobs applicants apply for
        • More City of London jobs than applicants, says recruiter
        • Low oil prices could fuel UK jobs growth, says PwC
        • Graduates look for more than salary, EY research says
        • Barclays launch apprenticeship scheme for over-50s
        • London financial services jobs hit record high
        • UK maintains strong record on high-skilled job creation
        • A quarter of students in the UK start businesses at university
        • Jobs in the City of London rose nearly a fifth in 2014
        • UK jobs, wages look set to increase in 2015
        • Hiring in the City of London maintains growth, reveals study
        • UK jobs up as unemployment rate slips to new low
        • UK job market continues to grow as unemployment drops by 146,000
        • Biggest drop in UK graduate unemployment for 15 years
        • Skills gaps still widening in UK and worldwide
        • London voted best place to be in by international jobseekers
        • Job market strengthens as young entrepreneur numbers rise in UK
        • New data points to further job growth in the UK
        • London sees job vacancies leap by 52% in one year
        • Online education may become the norm in 2030, new survey suggests
        • Why should entrepreneurs consider going to university?
        • City of London employment hits record highs
        • Rise in pay for UK workers in 2015 set to beat inflation
        • Satisfaction at work in the UK rises
        • UK professionals enjoy up to 2 digit salary growth, says study
        • UK wage growth has surpassed inflation, reveal ONS figures
        • Recruitment still needs the human touch
        • UK employers aiming for international growth, says survey
        • Demand soars for professional skills, says report
        • Britain now has more jobs than jobseekers, says report
        • Recruitment in professional sector rises, says report
        • London tops world rankings for graduate recruitment
        • CBI study highlights language skill shortage in Britain
        • Talent shortage in the City of London boosts salaries
        • ONS data shows strong rise in employment in the UK
        • Employment set to pick up for UK graduates; finance leads
        • More jobs for UK graduates prompts rise in hiring
        • Amazon to double number of UK employees with new London office
        • 1-in-5 UK graduates become millionaires, ONS study shows
        • Parlez-Vous Second Language? Those Who Do Might Be Smarter
        • British Education Could Learn From Retail
        • UK Finance Jobs Inch Towards 2008 Peak
        • Today's children could have 40 jobs and live to 100, says expert
        • E&Y voted best employer for school leavers
        • Experienced accountants get return to work programme from PwC
        • PwC to give tax lessons to 50 London sixth formers
        • New report shows continued skills shortage in construction
        • UK sees 16% rise in finance and accountancy jobs
        • Apprenticeship levy could be costly, reveals survey
        • Majority of Millennials planning to change job, shows research
        • Deloitte offers programme to improve employment prospects
        • Hiring spree planned by British bosses
        • UK employment at highest ever rate, says DWP
        • Norwich voted the happiest city to work in UK
        • Volunteers help to tackle unemployment in Somerset
        • Accountants are “resilient” to recession, says study
        • Financial services amongst the best-paid marketing jobs, shows research
        • Digital literacy a “key requisite” in the workplace, shows YouGov research
        • More employers offering flexible work to attract talented employees
        • Accountants should have fun at work, says survey
        • UK employers planning to recruit more permanent staff, shows survey
        • Accountants champion professional membership bodies
        • Over 50s want career development, survey finds
        • Finance sector jobs soared in January, shows research
        • Graduates with work experience more valuable, shows research
        • Leighton Buzzard property firm to create 150 apprenticeships
        • South West job market is thriving, reveals employment outlook survey
        • Amazon to create 1,000 new jobs at fulfilment centre
        • Over 100 apprenticeships to go online for Apprenticeship Week
        • Young people have misconceptions about apprenticeships, reveals study
        • Welsh council to provide employment and training opportunities
        • Apprenticeship levy payers to receive 10 per cent top-up, says Treasure report
        • Apprenticeships important factor for business growth, according to research
        • Brighton council urges employers to support young people
        • North West workers receive most training, according to report
        • Rochdale Council incentivises apprenticeship in the borough
        • British website trains medical students from Syria
        • CABA helps record number of accountants, according to report
        • Accountants in demand as skills shortage hits companies, shows research
        • Businesses urged to sign up for apprenticeship event
        • Amazon’s Edinburgh development centre to increase staff
        • First ever UK Employability Day launched
        • “Skills mismatch” in job market, says data website
        • East Sussex scheme to provide opportunities for young people
        • Gloucestershire County Council to invest £2m to help jobseekers
        • London primary school pupils complete business and enterprise course
        • Scottish Conservatives aiming to create 10,000 apprenticeships
        • High Wycombe business launches scheme to help young people
        • Schools should teach digital technology, says former Education Secretary
        • Government tax office in Cardiff announces 480 jobs
        • Study reveals most in-demand jobs in Britain
        • Ryanair to create 100s of jobs with new training centre at Stansted Airport
        • Employment rate reaches record high after changes to retirement age
        • Over 4 million UK residents now self-employed, according to ONS
        • Financial education should be taught in primary schools, say UK MPs
        • Traditional office life no longer relevant, according to report
        • Children surrounded by books will earn more, says study
        • Companies should invest in training for low-wage workers, says IPPR
        • Brits are amongst world’s happiest workers, according to survey
        • Hundreds of jobs to be created at Manchester Airport
        • Finance and accounting jobs continuing to rise, research shows
        • Most desirable jobs in the finance sector in 2016 revealed
        • Top employers for school and college leavers revealed
        • Cyber security an excellent career choice, says ISACA
        • British workforce confident in their skills, according to survey
        • Employees’ financial well-being overlooked, according to CBAM
        • SME employers value soft skills, according to survey
        • Uni-hood to launch business club for young people
        • UK employers working together to provide digital apprenticeships
        • More Brits turning to online learning sites, figures show
        • London facing competition to hold onto tech graduates, survey shows
        • Banks announce plans to keep jobs in Britain after Brexit
        • Record number of UK’s graduates in work, survey shows
        • O2 announces tech apprenticeship openings
        • More emphasis needed on careers education, committee says
        • Tech business to help bridge the digital skills gap
        • Amazon to create 1000 permanent jobs across UK
        • Apprenticeship programme helps create over 2000 apprenticeships
        • Digital skills to be made a core subject in colleges
        • Apprenticeships help plug digital skills gap, survey shows
        • Britons are happy to be in work, research shows
        • Cloud hosting company to launch digital workshops
        • Graduates want a good work-life balance, survey shows
        • KPMG to speed up recruitment process for graduates
        • IPG teams up with business platform to launch skills hub
        • England’s small businesses have ability to double apprenticeships
        • Four out of five transnational education institutions looking to expand
        • £2,000 incentive for employers to take on apprentices
        • Financial career path requires both personal and technical skills
        • Survey reveals top bonus-paying jobs of 2016
        • Self-employed workers take more holidays, study reveals
        • Opportunities need to be created for young people, says IPPR
        • Improved careers advice needed for British teenagers, research finds
        • Increase in job seekers expected in September, study shows
        • Study reveals which companies offer the best work-life balance
        • More freelancers choosing to fund their own business, research shows
        • Data skills considered more important than management experience, report finds
        • Young people aspire to lead a business, according to report
        • Local shops a vital source of employment, report shows
        • More employers making life better for employees
        • Small businesses have the happiest employees
        • Employees feel comfortable discussing mental health with employer
        • UK’s highest paid part-time jobs revealed
        • Manchester Metrolink create job and apprenticeship opportunities
        • Britain’s employment rate remains at record high after Brexit
        • Employee Benefits Awards return for 15th year
        • Perks and rewards are important to employee satisfaction, survey shows
        • Search for young entrepreneurs launched in Cumbria
        • Highest paid jobs of 2016 revealed
        • Millennials want their own business, shows research
        • Flexible working hours reduce workplace stress, says study
        • Flexible working one of top three benefits for employees
        • Google to offer free digital skills training in UK
        • International recruitment app launches in UK
        • Workers believe stability is key to successful career, research finds
        • Employers changing recruitment process to access top talent, survey shows
        • UK employees want to work from home, according to research
        • Microsoft to offer free digital training in UK
        • Research shows increase in highly paid part-time jobs
        • January sees job application and salary increase, research shows
        • Amazon to create 5,000 new UK jobs in 2017
        • Challenger bank to offer financial workshops to educate consumers
        • Employers consider people skills most valuable asset for employees
        • Small businesses planning to recruit new staff, research shows
        • Research shows connection between training opportunities and job satisfaction
        • Entrepreneurs are happier than full-time workers, according to research
        • Apprenticeships help to boost career prospects, research shows
        • London banks are hiring more staff for specialised finance roles
        • ONS figures reveal average pay of jobs in UK
        • Think tank calls for more support for disadvantaged graduates
        • London banks on a hiring spree, says finance recruiter
        • University education stimulates brain, finds research
        • Fintechs entice MBA graduates away from banking and consulting
        • Barclays to create over 1,500 new jobs in UK
        • Young Londoners most likely to consider flexible working, research finds
        • UK unemployment rate reaches its lowest level in 42 years
        • Londoners most keen to impress a new employer, study shows
        • Graduate recruitment app Debut launches national petition for interview feedback
        • Top degree subjects for getting a job revealed
        • Barclays to create 100 new jobs for private banking expansion
        • Increasing salaries would attract the right candidates, says recruitment agency
        • Job vacancies reach highest level since 2015
        • Research shows a continued need for financial education among Brits
        • Research shows increase in demand for HR and recruitment professionals
        • Online learning could help to overcome career slumps, survey shows
        • Financial literacy is a vital life skill, according to research
        • REC brings together experts to prepare for jobs market challenges
        • Employment rate remains at a high, Labour Force Survey shows
        • British businesses are optimistic about recruitment plans, report shows
        • Travelling could help make UK adults more employable, research shows
        • Small businesses are missing out on skilled women, research shows
        • Financial education offered by over 25% of employers
        • Employers are focusing on financial wellbeing, research shows
        • Research reveals top starting salaries for graduates
        • Learning new skills could boost earning potential, according to survey
        • People in a “career” feel happier, research shows
        • Deloitte launches workshops with Pure to support finance professionals
        • Sadiq Khan to make London the best place to work
        • Employees working in a start-up or micro-business are happiest, research shows
        • IT professionals are the most sought-after in London, shows research
        • Flexible working could help businesses attract best talent
        • General election leads to boost in jobs, employment monitor shows
        • Younger generations prefer office working, research shows
        • Survey reveals expectations of UK professionals working remotely
        • Report shows demand for accounting and finance skills
        • UK salaries up by over 8% year-on-year, figures show
        • Older generation seeking university education, research shows
        • Information hub launched to provide self-employment skills
        • DCMS to launch cyber security training programme
        • Data reveals search trends of UK jobseekers
        • AAT research shows increase in student salaries
        • Amazon to create 450 tech jobs in London
        • Figures show 21 per cent increase in demand for accountants
        • Data shows increase in permanent vacancies in finance
        • Job hopping becoming more acceptable, research finds
        • Research shows increase in advertised vacancies and salaries
        • London workers believe a four-day working week would boost productivity
        • Data shows increase in job applications and job vacancies
        • Research reveals cities and sectors with the highest average wage
        • Research finds workers in further education prioritise self-development
        • New generation of employees will boost business growth, research shows
        • Research reveals places where UK workers want to work
        • Millennials want quick career progression, research shows
        • Research reveals which interview questions help boost employment
        • Research shows increase in number of jobs in City of London
        • ACCA research reveals top routes for starting a career
        • Development opportunities could boost engagement over summer slowdown
        • Financial services bosses voted best in UK
        • Young people more influenced by career opportunities than making money
        • Demand for graduates remains high, study shows
        • Millennials want internships that enhance development, research shows
        • Study reveals London’s best paying finance jobs
        • Soft skills more important than exams, according to research
        • Lloyds joins scheme to boost digital skills
        • APSCo data shows increase in permanent finance jobs
        • UK workers retraining to meet technology demands, report shows
        • Totaljobs research reveals London is most popular location for graduates in 2017
        • Small business staff are the most committed, research finds
        • Meaningful work most important to finance professionals, research shows
        • Research shows UK professionals want to acquire new skills
        • Glassdoor research reveals Britain’s most recommended employers
        • KPMG’s number of apprenticeship hires reaches record high
        • Banking and financial services sector dominates list of top employers
        • Finance is third most lucrative degree for new graduates, research shows
        • Digital skills could help boost wages, according to Barclays
        • Employers support financial education in the workplace, research shows
        • EY announces career development and performance programme
        • PwC and EY make list of most open-minded businesses
        • Survey shows increase in graduate jobs and apprentices
        • Women need access to more training opportunities, research shows
        • Employees want an innovative workplace culture, research shows
        • Springboard Consultancy launches personal and career development programme
        • Apprentices can help fill skills gap, according to research
        • Generation Z workers expect quick promotions, according to research
        • Data shows top ten UK cities for job growth
        • Barclays offers free accommodation to recent graduate interviewees
        • Record drop in number of unemployed graduates
        • Return-to-work programmes could improve gender equality, research shows
        • Research reveals desirable qualities employers look for when recruiting
        • Accenture launches programme to help professionals return to work
        • Report shows permanent placements increase in London
        • The most appealing factors of a financial services career
        • Flexible working is a key employee motivator, research shows
        • LinkedIn launches career advice feature in UK
        • Self-employed workers are the least stressed, according to research
        • 50% of UK workers want further training, research shows
        • Millennials favour Big Four firms and large businesses
        • Enhancing skills could help boost UK growth, according to research
        • Graduates want clear career prospects, according to research
        • Big Four firms sign up to Tech Talent Charter
        • APSCo figures show increase in permanent contractor placements
        • Research shows increase in UK salaries
        • Finance roles set to see biggest salary increases
        • Research reveals most valued financial employee benefits
        • Report shows increase in number of permanent staff placements
        • Mentoring programmes valued by 94% of women
        • Number of recruitment industry start-ups reaches record high
        • Businesses optimistic about job creation in 2018, research shows
        • Research reveals top signs of a fulfilling career
        • Accountants amongst the most in-demand professionals in 2018
        • Data shows increase in UK advertised salaries
        • Junior employees most likely to search for new work
        • Research reveals top industries for UK professionals in 2018
        • Increase in demand for finance workers and accountants
        • Data shows increase in UK banking and finance jobs
        • Finance careers with best pay and work-life balance
        • Graduate jobs set to increase in 2018, ISE states
        • Business and finance among most valuable career skills
        • Research reveals financial roles set for biggest salary increases
        • Research shows high demand for specialist finance skills
        • Finance one of best-paying sectors for contractors, study shows
        • Research calls for more wellbeing programmes for finance workers
        • Increased demand for permanent accounting and financial staff
        • Lloyds first FTSE 100 company to set diversity target
        • Job satisfaction higher in large accountancy firms
        • Big Four firms make 25 Best Big Companies list
        • APSCo figures show strong demand for finance professionals
        • AAT research highlights value of apprenticeships for small businesses
        • Flexible working becoming a priority for financial services firms
        • ONS figures show rise in UK employment rate
        • Job switching proof of economic recovery in the UK
        • London remains top for graduates seeking careers in finance
        • Five reasons to study project management
        • APSCo figures show increase in permanent finance vacancies
        • Coworking affects small business and start-up innovation
        • Distance learning on the rise
        • Schools get free website to advertise new jobs
        • Hopes rise for increase in skilled visas cap
        • 2.3% public sector apprenticeships target exceeded
        • Government wants businesses to help run schools
        • Apprenticeships could help to tackle UK skills gaps, study shows
        • HSBC reveals new banking careers of the future
        • Accountancy firms top list of UK’s best social mobility employers
        • Brexit-related roles among most popular London jobs, figures show
        • KPMG launches 2019 graduate recruitment scheme
        • University education could boost UK economy, according to research
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      • Emerging Markets
        • IMF chief warns of slower growth after China shockwaves
        • Emerging markets suffer £600bn outflow of funds
        • China’s slowdown and America’s recovery squeeze emerging markets
        • Chinese stocks face sell-off fears as remedial measures fail
        • Chinese banks issue £134bn loans to lift stock market
        • India prepares for ecommerce boom
        • Asia has become the world’s second-richest region
        • Investment in emerging market startups continues to grow
        • Emerging markets lead green energy charge
        • Developing Asia economies set for strong growth, says report
        • India’s new MUDRA bank looks to fund small businesses
        • Ecommerce will dominate African retail market, says report
        • India's ambitious solar energy goals within reach, says minister
        • 500 Startups plan $10m Thai investment fund
        • Asia registers record global business investment in 2014
        • Emerging markets hold high earning potential for online media, says report
        • FinTech could be key to African aid
        • UK tech firm Mobile Streams plans emerging markets expansion
        • Solar energy fuels African economic revolution
        • Virtual currencies grow more mainstream
        • India’s Tata group eyes $35 billion global expansion
        • Ghana turns to IMF for bailout from financial crisis
        • Record trade surplus for China
        • Lenovo gains show China’s tech muscle
        • Mercedes-Benz accused in China price-fix probe
        • India to experience 6% growth this year
        • Ecuador to launch national digital currency similar to Bitcoin
        • UK signs more China trade deals
        • Google launches $105 Android One smartphone in India
        • Malaysia growth fastest in Asia-Pacific after China
        • Growing population makes Africa a key market
        • India promotes manufacturing sector to encourage investment
        • London Stock Exchange issues biggest ever rupee bond
        • Emerging markets announce measures to boost small firms
        • 'BRICS Bank' planned to give developing countries a voice
        • Singapore tops list of world’s best places to do business
        • George Osborne and William Hague promote business with UK to India
        • The new SME boom: A look at the African startup revolution
        • India's economy to grow by 6% in 2014-15
        • UK green start-ups look east to boost Chinese trade
        • India’s startup leaders turn into angel investors
        • UK and China celebrate huge new trade deals worth over £14 billion
        • China growth slowdown is a sign of consolidation, not decline, says report
        • Kenya aims for African record $2 billion bond sale
        • Bank of Ghana criticised for funding budget deficit
        • Nigeria targets global oil leadership with OPEC secretary-general candidacy
        • India’s new government sets economic revival plan
        • UK plans opening business centres across Pakistan
        • Indian IT firms tap into Africa demand
        • Malaysia set to become a ‘high-income nation’ by 2020
        • China plans 8000 mile high-speed rail link to USA
        • Disney Asian Operations Exit to Cost Pakistan $200m
        • Africa firm on its way to meet economic promise
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        • China to become world’s largest economy by purchasing power
        • China growth rate beats expectations despite slowdown
        • Emerging markets lead fintech deals in first quarter of 2018
        • CIMA and ICAN to build Nigerian Accountants Research Centre
        • Emerging market parents ahead in education help
        • London named top destination for Indian entrepreneurs
      • Entrepreneurs & Startups
        • UK rated one of world’s most SME-friendly countries
        • SME staff see value in flexibility
        • London is great for startups, says former adviser to UK PM
        • Europe’s top tech startups showcase talent in London
        • UK SME confidence levels are at their highest in 4 years
        • Great Tech Expedition: UK startups showcase achievements in the US
        • Startups: the investments keep coming
        • Small businesses need talent to thrive
        • Hiring first employee is the most expensive for SMEs, says report
        • “Just do it”, says Richard Branson to young entrepreneurs
        • UN and EU to create support network for startups and SMEs
        • London hosts Europe’s first property tech accelerator for startups
        • Virgin founder Richard Branson offers unlimited holidays for staff
        • UK Small Business Output Rockets
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        • SMEs look to open house events for business growth
        • With new arrivals, more investment pours into London startups
        • London tech scene receives £85m from UK government
        • Experian launches service to help SMEs
        • Small firms confident for 2015 growth
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        • London fintech startup Transferwise valued at close to $1 billion
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        • Crowdfunding will send UK company to the moon
        • UK SMEs confident to expand globally in 2015, finds report
        • UK creative industries adds massive £77bn to economy, says report
        • Wearable tech innovation in the UK receives £210,000 boost
        • Small business lending leaps to £1.25bn record
        • UK small firms more confident in face of risk, says report
        • Instagram’s £22 billion valuation outstrips Twitter’s
        • UK SMEs are thriving in growing British economy
        • UK is the best place for start-ups, says Innocent boss
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        • South London local currency ‘Brixton Pound’ set for contactless use
        • UK SMEs in 2014 record fastest growth in 14 years
        • Entrepreneurs Index: UK should give more support to small businesses
        • UK small businesses receive boosts from Autumn Statement
        • UK mid-sized businesses to drive innovation in 2015
        • UK SME e-retailers expect sales growth in 2015, says report
        • Ernst & Young launches accelerator for high-potential entrepreneurs
        • UK ranked best nation in Europe for entrepreneurship
        • Startup scheme aims to turn London into cyber security hub
        • ACCA calls for lenders to boost access to finance for SMEs
        • UKTI calls for greater export focus for SMEs
        • London leads list of Europe’s hottest FinTech startups
        • 20 startups compete for $1m innovation prize from China
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        • SMEs don’t fear interest rate rises, claims ICAEW survey
        • UK SMEs need more support to export, shows survey
        • UK banks ask for more support to lend to small businesses
        • Ed Miliband outlines plan to boost UK small business
        • Social media remains a powerful tool for SMEs, says report
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        • Business editor Sion Barry offers tips for budding entrepreneurs in 2016
        • 2016 will bring challenges for small businesses, says FSB
        • Calls for “new entrepreneurial mindset” in Scotland
        • SME bosses expecting a rise in interest rates
        • Work begins on £1million business hub in Plymouth
        • Entrepreneurs can improve their business by studying competition
        • No quarterly tax returns for UK SMEs, says UK200Group
        • SMEs no longer immune from UK GAAP reporting
        • London ranks as the number one city for start-ups
        • Bloomberg publishes list of most innovative UK startups
        • New study shows what makes entrepreneurs successful
        • Budding entrepreneurs need hands-on experience, say Pro UK Consultants
        • Lloyds Bank offers training for Liverpool entrepreneurs
        • Business owners urged to understand importance of leadership
        • Bristol named as the top city for start-ups
        • New business hub in Walsall to benefit entrepreneurs
        • Startups can avoid failure by ‘staying humble’, says expert
        • Liverpool most entrepreneurial city, shows new survey
        • Co-working helps startups to thrive, says study
        • Peterborough outperforms Cambridge for startup growth
        • Over 5,000 recruitment start-ups launched in UK last year, research shows
        • Small UK businesses hoping to expand in 2016, says expert
        • RBS opens business hub for budding entrepreneurs
        • Prince Charles’ charity searching for ‘ambitious’ social entrepreneurs
        • Regus opens second business centre in West Yorkshire
        • Edinburgh is UK’s second-largest hub for tech startups
        • UK teams up with Israel to invest in tech startups
        • Number of small businesses achieving growth at its highest, says ERC
        • Maserati 100 list reveals top entrepreneurs in UK
        • Startup fund to be made available to UK entrepreneurs
        • Self-employed are “overwhelmingly satisfied”, according to report
        • Milton Keynes business hub looking for entrepreneurs
        • ‘Kickstart Fund’ scheme introduced to help entrepreneurs
        • Birmingham technology hub opens applications for support programme
        • New business support programme launched nationwide
        • NatWest and RBS scrap lending fees to support SMEs
        • New Gloucester business hub will benefit small businesses
        • Start-up scheme will help to drive economy, say UK officials
        • Barclays to offer digital labs to businesses and entrepreneurs
        • Scheme launched to help homeless access jobs in London
        • Finance training academy launched for small businesses
        • Entrepreneurs turning their hobbies into businesses, shows study
        • Kent sees increase in number of startups offering jobs
        • Funding Circle to dedicate office space to younger startups
        • Entrepreneurial Spark launches Newcastle small business hatchery
        • Dorset SMEs taking advantage of £3,000 broadband scheme
        • More young people interested in starting a business, survey shows
        • Sir Richard Branson relaunches pitching competition for entrepreneurs
        • Social media start-up secures funding for expansion
        • Peckham to get enterprise centre for entrepreneurs
        • Deadline for 2016 Startups 100 index extended
        • Business group holds drop-in events to help entrepreneurs
        • Do It Digital campaign to help three million businesses develop online skills
        • Google to headline Blackpool Enterprise Week
        • Start-ups need early support, says NatWest manager
        • Tyneside and Teesside SMEs receive £285 million from HSBC
        • Big businesses to collaborate with UK start-ups
        • New Enterprise Allowance scheme aiding Britain’s startups
        • North East Business investment fund receives £17 million boost
        • John Lewis opens applications for retail startup accelerator programme
        • Entrepreneurs and startups flourishing in Aberdeen
        • UKBAA and Barclays to launch Angel Hubs in Birmingham
        • UK SMEs targeted for global space market
        • Kabbage-Santander programme offers UK SMEs same-day funding
        • Lloyds Bank pledges support to first-time exporters in Yorkshire
        • Vodafone to provide regional support to East of England businesses
        • Blackburn pub to be transformed into centre for entrepreneurs
        • North West SMEs set to invest double the UK average
        • London-based company backs European entrepreneurs
        • UK digital agency to offer support to global entrepreneurs
        • East Sussex County Council secures funding for growth hub
        • Plans for new business centre in Essex unveiled
        • HSBC to launch £450 million lending fund for SMEs
        • Santander to host business support and advice event in Glasgow
        • Barclays to help UK SMEs to grow
        • More than 200 leading UK entrepreneurs warn against Brexit
        • SMEs in line for prize at CIPD awards
        • ‘Small Business Saturday’ to return later this year
        • Danske Bank launches digital hub for Northern Ireland businesses
        • Children’s charity Barnardo’s launches new employment training centre
        • Lloyds entrepreneur programme sees increase in applications
        • UK business hub searching for budding entrepreneurs
        • British entrepreneurs in demand in Australia, according to survey
        • Entrepreneurs gather in London for Virgin Media business competition
        • Topshop launches start-up accelerator programme
        • Awards ceremony to celebrate entrepreneurship in the North East
        • Hertfordshire Growth Hub celebrates first anniversary
        • Entrepreneurial Spark provides entrepreneurs with cash boost
        • ASOS searching for world’s most innovative startups
        • UK freelancers more confident on business outlook, survey shows
        • Market campaign to provide opportunities for young entrepreneurs
        • Entrepreneur launches discount card to help independent businesses
        • Leeds startup helps inventors to become entrepreneurs
        • Bank of Ireland to launch programme for small businesses
        • Barclays launches data analysis system for small businesses
        • Competition for young entrepreneurs is relaunched
        • Support programme launched to help entrepreneurs
        • Annual Startups 100 2016 reveals UK’s best new businesses
        • Capital One launches tech accelerator for financial sector start-ups
        • South Lakeland business service helps young entrepreneurs
        • British parents want to start their own businesses, report shows
        • Research reveals best place to start a business
        • Royal Mail launches online mailshot tool to help small businesses
        • Innovation centre for financial sector businesses opens in London
        • Cost of co-working spaces rising as start-ups push up demand, figures show
        • International trade expected to boost SME growth by 25%, survey shows
        • Small businesses to invest more over next 12 months
        • Entrepreneurs planning to expand workforce, according to survey
        • More people starting up business to tackle unemployment, survey shows
        • Pension startup secures £3.3 million in funding
        • SMEs encouraged to apply for Goldman Sachs initiative
        • One in 30 people are now business owners, according to research
        • ACCA publishes financial guide for entrepreneurs
        • RateSetter to help SMEs become more productive
        • Government launches new group for entrepreneurs
        • StartUp Britain bus tour to inspire thousands of entrepreneurs
        • Virgin Trains launches new service for SMEs
        • Funding Circle teams up with EIB to help small businesses
        • Working for free is necessary for small businesses, survey shows
        • Deloitte launches cloud-based accounting service for SMEs
        • More SMEs choosing to work remotely, according to research
        • UK start-ups announced as winners of VOOM 2016 competition
        • Entrepreneurs to be offered flexible working space in London library
        • Small Business Mentoring competition to support UK companies
        • ICAEW launches digital financial guide for start-ups and SMEs
        • Small businesses taking risks when hiring staff, research shows
        • Digital startup lab opens second programme for entrepreneurs
        • Over 1 million Brits want to start a business, shows survey
        • SME workers prefer flexibility, according to Regus
        • Britons would earn less to become entrepreneurs, study shows
        • Vodafone launches new fibre broadband for small businesses
        • Small business banking firm receives $2 million in seed funding
        • Work-life balance biggest motivator for entrepreneurs, study finds
        • Business attitudes to new technology revealed in research
        • John Lewis partners with TrueStart to launch new initiative for retail start-ups
        • Barclays helping to provide exporting opportunities for UK SMEs
        • Successful entrepreneur encourages others to take apprenticeships
        • ICAS and RBS collaborate to help small businesses
        • Ireland announces young entrepreneur search
        • “American Dreams Inventor Search” looking for entrepreneurs
        • London startups received £1 billion in funding this year
        • Aviva teams up with tech accelerator to access “world-class” start-ups
        • Startups in health sector most likely to succeed, research shows
        • More workers pursuing business ideas inspired by hobbies
        • Small businesses boosted by staycation economy, survey shows
        • Entrepreneurship driving prosperity in every UK region, research shows
        • £70,000 cash prize offered to disabled entrepreneurs
        • New venture programme for entrepreneurs launched
        • British Library to host “Start-up Day”
        • Winter accelerator programme now looking for innovative start-ups
        • Venture capital firm to target London tech startups
        • Royal Mail helping small businesses start exporting
        • Funding organisation raises £40 million for start-ups
        • Entrepreneurs drive job growth in North East
        • E-commerce firm targets UK start-ups and entrepreneurs
        • North East businesses to support 100 start-ups
        • Research reveals UK cities with cheapest startup costs
        • Aviva and Founders Factory searching for fintech start-ups
        • UK one of best countries for social entrepreneurs
        • Majority of young people want to start businesses, shows survey
        • Small Business Saturday launch date announced
        • DCMS launches cyber innovation centre for startups
        • Birmingham named most enterprising city in Britain
        • Alternative finance platform to help UK startups
        • UK’s largest ever seed funding competition for start-ups launched
        • New fund to help SME house builders
        • Number of startups in London increasing
        • SMEs using e-commerce and export more confident
        • Number of SMEs trading overseas has doubled
        • Northern social entrepreneurs to pitch for £250k investment
        • Amazon to host first ever UK academy for small businesses
        • £1m fund launched to help SMEs close digital skills gap
        • £2m fund available to North East SMEs
        • Finalists for Great British Entrepreneur Awards announced
        • Average cost of start-up business is £12,601
        • UK is a good place for starting a business
        • Small businesses make profit in first year, research shows
        • SME private investments to reach record high
        • London fintech start-ups to get free legal services
        • Fintech lender to provide funding for SMEs
        • Small business confidence at a high, according to study
        • BT launches competition for start-ups and small businesses
        • Biba publishes under-insurance guide for small businesses
        • SME growth and confidence boosted by business programme, report shows
        • UK entrepreneurial performance at all-time high, according to index
        • Business owners believe Brexit will boost entrepreneurship, survey shows
        • Entrepreneurs believe start-ups must evolve, says survey
        • Lender to expand loan service to additional 3.6m businesses
        • Start-up community generates £196bn every year for UK economy
        • Government forms advisory panel to help boost investment in SMEs
        • Britain is a top location for entrepreneurs, according to study
        • UK and Poland to work together to support entrepreneurs
        • Video agency to launch TV show for UK entrepreneurs
        • UK startups need to improve their SEO, according to report
        • 1.6 million Brits helping to bridge funding gap, research shows
        • Guide launched to promote London as a start-up hub
        • Entrepreneurs often combine work with leisure, says survey
        • Entrepreneurs remain positive about the UK as start-up destination
        • Report shows decline in small business lending
        • Small businesses can grow profits by networking, research shows
        • Christmas can help SMEs boost revenue, according to research
        • SMEs want more support from business lenders, according to research
        • Start-ups offered £150,000 in UK’s largest seed funding competition
        • North West is a top area for start-ups, research shows
        • UK entrepreneurs receive titles in 2017 New Year’s Honours
        • Record number of entrepreneurs expected to register business in January
        • Record number of recruitment start-ups launched last year, figures show
        • Scotland’s small businesses are digital skills leaders, according to index
        • Startups for GCHQ's cyber security accelerator revealed
        • Fintech Innovation Lab London launches largest programme class
        • Law firm launches technology incubator programme for legal startups
        • Working Brits want to start their own business in 2017
        • New $1 billion fund for investment in UK start-ups
        • BBC searching for entrepreneurs with “great business ideas”
        • Financial advisors to launch private banking service for SMEs
        • SMEs to increase headcount in 2017, says research
        • £1 million funding available to UK entrepreneurs
        • New mobile banking app launched for SMEs
        • BT launches pitching competition for UK SMEs
        • Accountancy speed is top priority for SMEs, research shows
        • Birmingham most entrepreneurial city outside London, says research
        • Digital workshops to be held for small businesses
        • SMEs continue to be confident about their future, research shows
        • Specialist lender closes its first fund for UK SMEs
        • Four million Brits want to become entrepreneurs, research shows
        • UK the best place to start a business, says survey
        • WeWork searching for start-ups for its London-based programme
        • SMEs benefited from drop in pound, PayPal data shows
        • London remains top location for businesses, research shows
        • Survey reveals what Brits love about being an entrepreneur
        • Research reveals investment needs of UK’s early-stage businesses
        • SMEs have increased their growth projections, report shows
        • UK SMEs are feeling more ambitious, research shows
        • HSBC launches £10 billion fund for small businesses
        • London a top city for female entrepreneurs, according to research
        • WeWork to give over £1 million to budding UK entrepreneurs
        • UK financial services firms make LinkedIn’s top start-ups list
        • Female entrepreneurs need relatable role models, research shows
        • London remains top for entrepreneurship, according to index
        • Typical millennial wants to set up their own business
        • Fintech firms growing faster than other start-ups, research shows
        • London leading the way for entrepreneurial spirit
        • London named one of the best cities for entrepreneurial millennials
        • London named the UK’s most entrepreneurial region
        • Merger offer raised by CYBG with Virgin Money
        • The LatAm Edge Awards 2018 – 14th June 2018
        • London entrepreneurs influenced by Brexit uncertainty, study shows
        • UK leading the way for tech startups, figures show
        • Start Up Loans delivers more than £100m to London businesses
        • Fintech entrepreneurs contributing to rise in young millionaires, figures show
        • The Most Common Characteristics of a Successful Entrepreneur
      • Innovation & Technology
        • Cash may become extinct by 2025, suggests new survey
        • Sustainable innovation drives the future of cities, says MIT researcher
        • Alphabet: Google stuns markets with restructuring
        • PM Cameron backs fintech manifesto that promises 100,000 jobs by 2020
        • Venture capital investment in UK tech hits record high
        • Does technology create or destroy jobs?
        • “Tech hub of Europe” sees launch of London Technology Week 2015
        • Google announces plans to improve 3.5bn city dwellers’ lives worldwide
        • Health tech startups growth will not dwindle, say experts
        • Every cyber attack costs businesses £1.46m, says report
        • UK innovation hotspot lies outside London, shows research
        • Mobile-friendly sites become crucial after Google ‘mobilegeddon’
        • How mobiles have changed the way businesses interact with customers
        • Big data: changing the way businesses are run
        • The future of work: what can we expect?
        • Growing internet use has positive impact on developing economies, says research
        • Companies should turn to cloud services for protection, says Gartner
        • Twitter looks to expand in China with Hong Kong office
        • Apple unveils range of smartwatches
        • Disney launches £95K fitness app competition
        • UK should prepare for driverless cars, say MPs
        • UK pilots ‘Costar’ SME cybersecurity scheme
        • Now you can send money via Twitter with Barclays app
        • UK digital economy sixth best in EU: European Commission
        • Google boosts mobile payment unit with Softcard acquisition
        • UK tech sector continues robust growth, says report
        • Snapchat seeks funding that values firm at $19 billion
        • Samsung to rival Apple and Google in mobile payment with LoopPay
        • Virgin Media to invest £3bn in UK’s digital infrastructure
        • Twitter to acquire talent business Niche for $30m
        • British e-commerce trade surplus highest in the world
        • UK tech sector to grow 4 times faster than GDP in 2015
        • London tech boom transforming UK into tech nation
        • Apple iPhone is the most profitable product ever
        • This is how Bill Gates envisions the world in 2030
        • UK Google users can now transfer money through Gmail
        • Apple records biggest quarterly earnings in history
        • CES: Wearable technology set to take 2015 by storm
        • Huge growth in public WiFi use, says The Cloud
        • Technology and broadband top investment priority for UK SMEs, says report
        • Facebook adds $227bn to global economy, claims study
        • Traditional offices could eventually disappear, claims PwC report
        • Wall Street eyes Perzo for new trading chat function
        • Superfast broadband in Britain benefits 1 million
        • New investment to propel BuzzFeed expansion
        • EBay considers accepting Bitcoin payments
        • Can BlackBerry’s new tech unit save the day?
        • Google marks 10 years as a public company
        • Twitter extends ad offerings across Europe
        • Is Snapchat really worth $10 billion?
        • Google follows Amazon by testing drone deliveries
        • Barclays introduces finger vein technology
        • iPhone 6 and watch launch a new era for Apple
        • Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg makes $472 every second
        • Microsoft skips forward to launch Windows 10
        • Tech boom: London firms raise $1bn and break venture capital funding record
        • Mobile commerce startups draw billions in venture capital
        • UK manufacturing surges and hits three-month high
        • London tech sector growth boosts construction boom
        • Facebook mobile advertising profit rockets to an eye-watering $791 million!
        • Hong Kong targets becoming Asia’s biggest tech hub
        • Video: Snapchat introduces new P2P payment system ‘Snapcash’
        • London-based game-maker raises further £4.5m in funding
        • Driverless cars to be tested in four UK cities in 2015
        • Victory for consumers as roaming charges fall across EU
        • YouTube confirms launch of paid music service
        • London: Financial technology capital of the world
        • London could gain billions from booming digital tech sector
        • Tesla gives away its electric car patents
        • New virus GameOver Zeus threatens to steal personal data
        • Twitter founder’s startup set to offer financial support for small businesses
        • eBay hacked, urges 128 million active users to change passwords
        • Twitter gears up to play a bigger political role in Latin America
        • UK firms expand globally with e-commerce
        • Could Hybrid Mobile Apps Revolutionise Your Business?
        • Apple shares hit all-time high
        • Apple iPhone 6 to revolutionise mobile payments
        • Apple iCloud and iMessage take on Dropbox and WhatsApp
        • Apple and IBM enter into partnership to develop business apps
        • Amazon to test its Prime Air drones in public
        • Amazon takes on Square and PayPal in mobile payments market
        • Amazon creates another 1,000 jobs in Britain
        • Understanding ‘Heartbleed’: the latest major online security threat
        • Google Glass on Sale Tomorrow – What’s Google’s Goal?
        • Microsoft could get rid of Nokia brand
        • Apple bids $3.2 billion to acquire Dr Dre’s Beats
        • Facebook & Co.: Do They Have A Future?
        • Google Capital Takes Aim at Education
        • The Digital Currency Question: Is Bitcoin Here to Stay?
        • Are Mobiles and Tablets Set to Wipe Out PC Shopping?
        • Android Takes Apple’s Crown as Top Tablet OS
        • 3 Things Facebook Can Expect From WhatsApp
        • Protect Your Smartphone from Advert Malware
        • It’s Official: Facebook Is Contagious!
        • Is Spotify Seeking an IPO?
        • Streaming Leads The Way For Home Entertainment in The UK
        • New Book Reveals Steve Jobs ‘Said No To Apple TV’
        • Yahoo To Emulate Netflix ‘House Of Cards’ Success
        • Google Glass Partners With ‘Stylish’ Ray-Ban And Oakley
        • Twitter Considers Losing ‘#’ Hashtags And ‘@’ Replies
        • 6 Things You Need To Know About Bitcoin
        • Is Facebook Really Becoming The New Yahoo?
        • 25 Years Of The World Wide Web: What Comes Next?
        • Why Are Businesses Stuck on Windows XP?
        • Could Amazon Fire TV Change the Face of TV Streaming?
        • VIDEO: Revolutionary Technology Speeds Up Learning by “Buzzing” the Brain
        • Silicon Valley Accused of Ageism
        • Londoners can now choose ‘.london’ domain names
        • Alibaba heads towards biggest ever tech IPO
        • Amazon simplifies online shopping with Twitter hashtags
        • Microsoft Strikes Back: To Launch ‘Free’ Windows
        • Introducing ‘Black’, Boeing’s self-destructing phone for secret texts!
        • Sage launches new payments service for small businesses
        • SMEs should take cyber security more seriously, shows survey
        • Deloitte uses gaming app to attract broader range of talent
        • Insurers and government bodies watching online behaviour
        • Cyber security is critical business risk, says ICAEW
        • HMRC boosting online protection for tax returns
        • Gigabit age coming for broadband, says Deloitte
        • Big 4 firm calls for fingerprints to replace passwords
        • 2.5 trillion photos to be shared online in 2016, estimates study
        • Deloitte study finds analytics essential for IT success
        • Three-fifths of SMEs in danger of security breach, shows study
        • Digital workshops to help small Essex businesses
        • Data privacy self-assessment tool launched for SMEs
        • Sage Live launched for UK accountants
        • Digital technology crucial to success of UK businesses, says report
        • Finance professionals understand importance of cybersecurity, says report
        • Businesses need fast broadband to thrive, says Sajid Javid
        • New cloud app launched for UK SMEs
        • Study reveals fastest growing tech start-ups in the North
        • UK small businesses becoming more innovative, according to report
        • UK tech entrepreneurs want Britain to stay in EU, shows survey
        • Ten digital start-ups to participate in Virgin Media accelerator
        • Number of foreign tech directors increasing, according to survey
        • Innovation centre to be launched in Northern Ireland
        • Huntingdon training centre secures £10.5 million in funding
        • Barclays backs social payment app for money transfer
        • IT company to create 400 jobs with new Birmingham hub
        • Government to provide support for UK’s FinTech businesses
        • Charity launches digital project in pubs across Cornwall