Helia Ebrahimi is the Economics Correspondent for Channel 4 News.
Channel 4 News' Economics Correspondent Helia Ebrahimi reports on the big changes in the economy and the public finances - and how they'll influence the world you live in.
He’s one of the most senior figures in the car industry and he’s now under arrest. Carlos Ghosn, the Brazilian-born chairman of Nissan, credited with reviving its fortunes over the past two decades, was detained on allegations of under-reporting his own income and misusing company assets. Nissan, Mitsubishi and Renault, a three-way alliance of carmakers, all led…
We’ve been to talk to some of the top advertising gurus in the country to ask how they’d sell Britain to the world after the political crisis has finally passed.
The small amount handed out to schools shows just how tight the government finances remain.
The Chancellor Philip Hammond has said the announcements in tomorrow’s budget will only apply if there’s a Brexit deal. Failure to secure agreement with the EU would demand a “different response”, he said, but he promised there are reserves available if that happens.
The drawn out death of the High Street has claimed another victim as Debenhams will cut as many as 5000 jobs and 50 stores to concentrate on its most profitable sites.
Now, you might expect that opportunities for young people to get training and find jobs would be more in abundance around the towns and cities in the south of the UK. Well according to some new figures from the Learning and Work Institute – seen by Channel 4 News ahead of their release – it…
For those who’ve taken a long career gap – to bring up their children or care for elderly relatives – could ‘returner schemes’ help women go back to senior positions?
The taxi app Uber is reportedly in talks to buy the food delivery app Deliveroo, according to the financial news service Bloomberg.
Theresa May has called for the end of what she said was the “stigma” of social housing.
Leaving the European Union without a Brexit deal could have “dire consequences” for the British economy, the International Monetary Fund has warned.
Theresa May might be “irritated” by all the speculation over her leadership, but she insisted today she wanted the political debate to focus on the country’s future – rather than her own.
They predicted the global financial meltdown a decade ago, now economists are warning another crash is on the way – putting the world’s economies at risk.
Cynical, repellent, despicable – just some of the words used today by a judge to sum up a share fraud that cost investors millions of pounds.
No deal but plenty of Brexit bonhomie. Europe’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier and the Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab emerged from six hours of talks in Brussels suggesting it could be possible to “find an agreement for an orderly withdrawal” in time.
He promised an economic boom, so has President Trump got one? New figures show that US economic growth has just hit its best performance for almost four years. Mr Trump has promised 3% annual growth, along with a $1.2 trillion tax cut package. But according to experts, it might not be that easy, as borrowing levels shoot up and…