article 25 July 2014 UK
Sun out for Osborne as UK economy emerges from downturn

The UK economy grew by 0.8 per cent in the second quarter and has now recovered the ground lost since the downturn began in 2008, according to official figures released this morning.

article 24 July 2014 World, Ukraine
by How should Britain approach sanctions on Russian oligarchs?

How should Britain respond to growing calls to punish Russia's oligarchs in wake of the shooting down of MH17?

article 24 July 2014 Business
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IMF: UK growth 'to outstrip other leading economies'

The International Monetary fund says UK GDP will rise by 3.2 per cent this year after revising its forecast upward for the fourth time in a row.

article 23 July 2014 UK, Ukraine
Carefree to crisis - how the west lost patience with Putin

From jokes over the judo to sanctions on "cronies" via conflict in Ukraine and the MH17 disaster, this clickable graphic tracks the rocky relationship between the west and Russia.

article 11 July 2014 UK
Is Net-a-Porter getting away with an under-sized tax bill?

Millions buy its clothes. But online fashion retailer Net-a-Porter is using clever tax planning to pay a fraction of the money demanded from most of us. It is legal. But is it moral?

article 10 July 2014 UK
Call that a strike? General strike of 1926 - and now

More than a million public sector workers strike - but last time, in 2011, the action was more a war of words over the turn-out than one of attrition. It wasn't like that back in the day...

video 09 July 2014 UK

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Nick Hanauer: the economic logic of raising wages - video

American billionaire Nick Hanauer tells fellow plutocrats that if they dont pay their employees a living wage, the pitchforks will be imminent.

video 04 July 2014 UK, United States

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'Dark pool' trading: the dark side of banking - video

Barclays is scrambling to clear its name after the New York state attorney filed a law suit over the operation of what is known as its "dark pool". CNBC's UK Business Editor Helia Ebrahimi reports.

article 03 July 2014 UK
How to find what Google search is deleting

Getting around the "right to be forgotten" is not hard, and if the reaction to Google's removal of articles from its search results is anything to go by, the law may even have the opposite effect...