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Siobhan Kennedy

Business Correspondent
Siobhan Kennedy is the Business Correspondent, and her beat includes everything from industrial action and the long term impact of the recession to where growth is coming from in the economy.
Siobhan Kennedy is the Business Correspondent, and her beat includes everything from industrial action and the long term impact of the recession to where growth is coming from in the economy.

Siobhan joined Channel 4 News in 2008, from The Times. As a newspaper reporter she worked as Politics and Business Correspondent, and before that the Mergers and Private Equity Correspondent. Before The Times, Siobhan worked for Reuters based in London and New York.

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post 12 November 2014
UK banks to pay massive fines for rigging foreign exchange market

First it was Libor. Now Britain's biggest banks are poised to disclose massive fines for their role in the manipulation of the global foreign exchange market, or Forex.

post 27 February 2014
RBS boss outlines plans after bank posts £8.2bn loss

Ross McEwan missed an opportunity to do something bold on Thursday. For starters, here's a good way to restore trust in Britain's most mistrusted bank.

article 11 February 2014 UK
The state-owned RBS bank (G)
Whistleblower: how RBS 'deliberately destroyed' firms

Exclusive: a whistleblower from RBS's shadowy GRG unit claims that staff destroyed businesses "that didn't need destroying" in an attempt to help save the bank during the credit crisis.

video 11 February 2014 UK

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Shadowy unit inside state-owned RBS bank - video

Exclusive: for the first time, a whistleblower tells Channel 4 News that RBS's GRG unit asset-strips businesses and charges fees to push firms to the brink. For more, watch at seven.

post 21 January 2014
Third mobile company demands answers over Dishfire

As another telecoms company asks whether the data mining programme Dishfire has been harvesting information from its customers, questions over the role of British agents begin to mount.

post 09 January 2014
Bad advice in a bad situation: the young mum evicted despite paying her rent

25-year-old Gemma Jupe has two children, one just weeks old. But she's being evicted despite paying her rent on time because she's on housing benefit.

09 January 2014
10 December 2013
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06 December 2013
06 December 2013
post 04 December 2013
Rates increase to be capped, but is it too little too late?

George Osborne is poised to offer a cap on the increase in business rates. But after months and months of stagnation, is it really going to be enough?

article 22 November 2013 UK
Paul Flowers, former chairman of Co-operative Bank (picture: Getty)
Treasury Co-op probe as Flowers arrested over drugs

An investigation into the scandal at Co-operative Bank will delve into the appointment of Paul Flowers as chairman, and look at the role of the government and regulators.

post 22 November 2013
Ed Balls - the proud Co-operator

It's taken three days of torrid headlines, but today Labour has finally come out fighting about its association with the crystal Methodist and former Co-op banker Paul Flowers.

post 19 November 2013
Co-op chief quits over Flowers allegations

Another day, another executive bites the dust at the Co-operative - this time the group's chairman Len Wardle has stood down with immediate effect.

post 19 November 2013
Co-op's 'wasted' former chairman: how did Paul Flowers get the job?

That a Reverend - Paul Flowers - was caught on camera buying crack cocaine and crystal meth is bad enough. That he's the former chairman of the Co-operative bank couldn't be any worse.

15 November 2013
video 14 November 2013 UK

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Care staff given contracts, but not paid for travel - video

Zero-hours contracts for home care staff can damage services to elderly people. The company Allied Healthcare has offered to put its 15,000 employees on contracts. But staff won't be paid for travel.

post 08 November 2013
Twitter - the morning after the IPO

I was living in New York and working as a technology reporter for Reuters as one by one, the then internet giants of the day - Netscape, Commerce One, Ariba - all made their debuts on the Nasdaq.