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property development scam

Today

A former public schoolboy has been named as the alleged mastermind behind a multi-million pound property development fraud, according to High Court papers.

Bounce is seeking investors to expand

Yesterday

A healthy snacks firm set up by a husband-and-wife team is seeking City investors as it chases international growth.Its products, include beetroot and cashew energy balls.

Ruth Sunderland: Mail on Sunday to campaign

Yesterday

There is virtually not a day that goes by without my receiving a letter, telephone call or email from an entrepreneur who believes they are a victim of their bank.

A guide on how to fight back again illegal phone calls

Yesterday

The British public is being bombarded with millions of illegal phone calls, emails and texts –– flogging everything from credit cards to dog food, booze and boilers. But you can fight back.

MIDAS SHARE TIPS: build a diversified portfolio

Yesterday

Monday, October 19, 1987 was a grim day. The FTSE 100 index, which had been riding high, slumped more than 10 per cent as global stock markets experienced their steepest ever one-day falls.

Sainsbury's latest mensweear fashion range

Yesterday

The look is somehow familiar but James Bond hasn’t popped down to Sainsbury’s for the weekly shop...instead, it’s the latest menswear fashion range from the store.

MIDAS SHARES TIPS: Velocity Composites expecting a turn

Yesterday

Velocity Composites has had a disappointing market debut. The company listed on AIM in May at 85p. Today, the shares are 84p.This performance should change.

Investment in the car industry will crash by half

Yesterday

Investment in the car industry is on course to crash by half this year with major manufacturers drastically cutting back amid Brexit uncertainty.

Saudi Aramco's £1.5trillion float

Yesterday

Opposition to Saudi Aramco’s mooted £1.5 trillion London stock market float is growing after fresh concerns from the City emerged last night.5 per cent of its shares may float

various trusts offering 30% tax relief

Yesterday

Anyone investing in a new venture capital trust – or a new share issue by an existing trust – gets a big tax incentive to do so. They receive 30 per cent tax relief on their contribution.

JEFF PRESTRIDGE:An overhaul of the pension system

Yesterday

Although the Autumn Budget is still more than four weeks away, rumours are rife that the Chancellor is contemplating an overhaul of the tax incentives available to pension savers.

Wood burners can also save on fuel bills

Yesterday

A modern wood burner is more efficient than many central heating systems and far more appealing to look at than a traditional white radiator. It can also save at least £400 a year.

Fighting the highest inflation rate in five years

Yesterday

The highest inflation rate for more than five years – at 3 per cent – is turning another screw on already squeezed family budgets. Average household spending power is falling behind pay rises.

Mary Byrne's best money decision applying for X Factor

Yesterday

MARY Byrne, was given just £30 a week to live on when she wowed X Factor judges singing the Tom Jones hit I Who Have Nothing, seven years ago.

Amati Global Investors owning £86m in assets

Yesterday

Edinburgh-based Amati Global Investors is a boutique investment house that does not set out to be all things to all people. Its team is in search of the success stories of the future.

Debenhams to undergo major overhaul a

Yesterday

Debenhams chief executive Sergio Bucher has embarked on a major overhaul of the company’s strategy to bring more ‘excitement’ into its stores up and down the country.

Britain's economic growth rises by 0.4%

Yesterday

Economic growth rose to 0.4 per cent in the third quarter of the year in the latest signs Britain is benefiting from global expansion, official figures are expected to show.

Tim Bell and the Bell Pottinger fiasco

Yesterday

I have led a charmed life,’ Tim Bell muses from the sofa of his beautifully decorated Chelsea townhouse.

There's a property portal for almost every type of home

Yesterday

Who hasn’t been driven to distraction by one of these ‘trained negotiators’ and their inability to direct you to the kind of home you actually want?

MARKET REPORT: Shares in DX Group soar

Friday

Shares in mail and parcels firm DX Group soared even as the firm revealed a 60 per cent drop in earnings. The business reported earnings of £7.2 million for the year to June 30.