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Tax evasion, bribery, mismanagement and corruption are just a few of the unsavoury details that plagued the final years of a British institution. Rita Lobo investigates what went wrong for MG Rover, and who is to blame

Tax evasion, bribery, mismanagement and corruption are just a few of the unsavoury details that plagued the final years of a British institution. Rita Lobo investigates what went wrong for MG Rover, and who is to blame

Business & Management Women have long been under-represented in sport, but things are starting to change. Rita Lobo looks at how women are getting involved in sport on an executive level

Sports industry slowly allows women into leadership roles

Women have long been under-represented in sport, but things are starting to change. Rita Lobo looks at how women are getting involved in sport on an executive level

By: Rita Lobo
Business & Management Major UK drug maker admits to being previous involvement in bribery of Chinese officials amid undergoing scrutiny from US and UK authorities that the firm committed bribery as recently as last year

GSK admits to bribing Chinese officials in 2001

Major UK drug maker admits to being previous involvement in bribery of Chinese officials amid undergoing scrutiny from US and UK authorities that the firm committed bribery as recently as last year

Business & Management The World Cup winners’ most popular export might be football, but they contribute a lot more to the world economy

Germany’s top 11 exports after World Cup 2014 win

The World Cup winners’ most popular export might be football, but they contribute a lot more to the world economy

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Business & Management The CEO of Nissan’s luxury brand has handed in his resignation at a crucial time, as the automaker readies to commence production operations in China later this year

Infiniti CEO Johan de Nysschen resigns as firm gears up for China

The CEO of Nissan’s luxury brand has handed in his resignation at a crucial time, as the automaker readies to commence production operations in China later this year

Finance Digital banking transactions in Britain have reached £1bn per day. However, some believe the industry is failing to take full advantage of the potential cost savings

UK banking industry slow to react to digital developments

Digital banking transactions in Britain have reached £1bn per day. However, some believe the industry is failing to take full advantage of the potential cost savings

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Finance A new PwC forecast predicts that the UK’s GDP will soon tip France’s, but also highlights a few areas in need of improvement

UK to overtake France as Europe’s second largest economy by 2020

A new PwC forecast predicts that the UK’s GDP will soon tip France’s, but also highlights a few areas in need of improvement

Finance Despite being hailed as one of the drivers of innovation and economic growth, venture capital is lagging in Europe. What will it take for the continent to catch up with the US?

Oiling Europe’s wheels: what will it take for venture capital to take off?

Despite being hailed as one of the drivers of innovation and economic growth, venture capital is lagging in Europe. What will it take for the continent to catch up with the US?

By: Sandra Kilhof
Business & Management The London Stock Exchange Group is set to become one of the biggest index players in the world, having just bought a major US stock index in a major billion-dollar deal

LSE buys Russell Investments in landmark index deal

The London Stock Exchange Group is set to become one of the biggest index players in the world, having just bought a major US stock index in a major billion-dollar deal

By: Sandra Kilhof
Business & Management Over 50 percent of the country’s energy was generated from photovoltaic panels

Germany breaks solar power records

Over 50 percent of the country’s energy was generated from photovoltaic panels

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Business & Management A faulty system supposed to prevent oil and gas explosions on major drilling rigs is still in use across the industry, despite it being four years since such equipment caused the BP oil spill

Equipment that caused Deepwater Horizon oil spill still in use, claims report

A faulty system supposed to prevent oil and gas explosions on major drilling rigs is still in use across the industry, despite it being four years since such equipment caused the BP oil spill

By: Sandra Kilhof
Business & Management European engineering giants will not merge after Finnish firm Metso rejects Scottish rivals all-share offer

Weir-Metso merger called off as companies struggle to agree deal terms

European engineering giants will not merge after Finnish firm Metso rejects Scottish rivals all-share offer

Finance Foreign direct investment returns to Europe after sentiment improves for struggling Eurozone economies

Foreign direct investment in Europe soars as optimism increases

Foreign direct investment returns to Europe after sentiment improves for struggling Eurozone economies

Finance In order to boost output, revenue from drug trafficking, prostitution and smuggling will be factored in Italy's GDP this year

Italy to include cocaine and prostitution revenue in its GDP

In order to boost output, revenue from drug trafficking, prostitution and smuggling will be factored in Italy’s GDP this year

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Finance In spite of selling off its US arm Verizon Wireless, Vodafone has reported another revenue decline in Europe

Vodafone announces mixed results and another revenue decline in Europe

In spite of selling off its US arm Verizon Wireless, Vodafone has reported another revenue decline in Europe

Finance Visa and MasterCard could be pulling out of Russia after a new law forces them to place a million-dollar deposit with authorities in an attempt to hinder US sanctions on service to Russian firms

Visa and MasterCard consider pulling out of Russia in wake of new law

Visa and MasterCard could be pulling out of Russia after a new law forces them to place a million-dollar deposit with authorities in an attempt to hinder US sanctions on service to Russian firms

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Europe has spent approximately one-third of its output in recent years on propping up struggling banks

The European banking union

Europe has spent approximately one-third of its output in recent years on propping up struggling banks

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