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City gears up for big Giving Day

BOSSES from 80 City firms gathered at Mansion House yesterday morning to see the launch of City Giving Day. Lord Mayor of London Alan Yarrow hosted the launch, joined by bosses at Barclays, Linklaters..
Reported by City A.M. 49 minutes ago
City A.M. 55 minutes ago

City Moves for 8 July 2015 | Who’s switching jobs

Investec The bank has appointed Chris Hare to its economics team, focusing on both UK and global economic issues. He joins from the Bank of England, where he was responsible for monitoring issues..
Arsenal Transfer News: Shock Everton bid, Sanchez blow, boost in race for Liverpool targetDaily Star 1 hour ago

Arsenal Transfer News: Shock Everton bid, Sanchez blow, boost in race for Liverpool target

STARSPORT brings you the latest news and transfer gossip from north London.
City A.M. 1 hour ago

Budget for a greater Britain: What the City needs from the chancellor

AMID the deluge of news about EU reform and the Greek debt crisis, you could be forgiven for forgetting there’s a Budget today. But that would be to overlook an opportunity for the City. This is..
City A.M. 1 hour ago

Liberalised shopping on Sundays will deliver big benefits to the consumer

THE liberalisation of Sunday trading hours, expected to be announced in the Budget today, is a timely response to the way in which Sundays have changed in the 21 years since shopping hours were last..
Express and Star 3 hours ago

Tube staff to stage 24-hour strike

London Underground services will start running down later today because of a 24-hour strike by thousands of workers over pay and new all-night Tubes.
Young & Co raises a glass to this autumn's Rugby World Cup to be held in LondonMailOnline 3 hours ago

Young & Co raises a glass to this autumn's Rugby World Cup to be held in London

Speaking at Young’s annual shareholder meeting, chairman Nick Bryan said: ‘We expect the tournament to be good for trade and to bring a feel-good factor to South West London.’
MARKET REPORT: FTSE trounced by Asian woes as copper and iron ore prices dive to five-month lowMailOnline 3 hours ago

MARKET REPORT: FTSE trounced by Asian woes as copper and iron ore prices dive to five-month low

Big trouble in China plunged London’s Footsie further into the red.

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