- Entrepreneurs must conquer the fear of failure, says former Betfair chairman Ed Wray Telegraph - 25 minutes ago
Betfair’s ex-chairman Ed Wray tells James Quinn there’s never been a better time to start a business.
- Bull, bear or big roller coaster? Telegraph - 1 hour 21 minutes ago
After approaching record highs, stock markets tumbled last week over fears of a global slowdown. What next for the equity sugar rush?
- Embrace the UK's digital revolution or be swept aside Telegraph - 2 hours 19 minutes ago
New entrepreneurs and disruptive businesses are the future of our economy, writes Jonnie Goodwin , founder of Lepe Partners.
- UK firms are coming back from China, but they need more help Telegraph - 2 hours 48 minutes ago
Think Tank: The big challenge facing SMEs keen to come back to the UK is how to find and access the resources they need in a painless way, writes Rachel Bridge .
- One in five Britons regrets house-buying mistakes Telegraph - 9 hours ago
A survey has shown 20pc of us regret being a hasty home owner.
- Make the most of being your own boss Telegraph - 9 hours ago
More and more people are joining the ranks of the self-employed but it can also make your finances more complicated.
- Don't risk it all on 'wild west' investments Telegraph - 9 hours ago
With 'unregulated' assets such as wine there's no comeback if things go wrong.
- David Beckham is heading for retirement - shame about the rest of us Telegraph - 9 hours ago
The decimation of pensions and planned salary cuts promise hard times for the older generation
- Five years of Faster Payments Telegraph - 10 hours ago
The Faster Payments scheme will celebrate five years in the UK on Monday, with 2.5 billion payments processed since its launch.
- Google 'to roll out internet to Africa and Asia' Telegraph - 18 hours ago
Google is aiming to massively expand the number of people with access to the internet, by rolling out services across the developing world.
- Maplin profits slump by a third Telegraph - 19 hours ago
The electronics and gadgets retailer Maplin has seen profits fall by a third as the company battles challenging market conditions and invests in modernising its stores.
- Historic pub to stop serving pints in protest at 'beer tie' fees Telegraph - 19 hours ago
After quenching the thirsts of beer drinkers for 800 years, one pub is calling last orders for pints.
- IMF chief Christine Lagarde made 'assisted witness' in fraud case Telegraph - 19 hours ago
The head of the International Monetary Fund has been made an "assisted witness" in a case of alleged embezzlement and fraud.
- HSBC to cut use of tax havens as chairman Douglas Flint says they have 'bad name’ Telegraph - 19 hours ago
HSBC will “significantly reduce” its use of tax havens, the bank’s chairman, Douglas Flint, has said.
- Oil majors face class action lawsuit over alleged price rigging Telegraph - 19 hours ago
BP, Shell and Statoil have been named in a proposed class action lawsuit over alleged oil price rigging, following the launch of a European Commission investigation into the oil giants.
- Co-op could shut bank over £1.8bn black hole Telegraph - 19 hours ago
The Co-op is considering selling or even shutting down its struggling banking business as it looks for ways to fill a capital black hole.
- Co-op reviews bank's futures as it halts new loans Telegraph - 19 hours ago
The Co-op has launched a wide-ranging review into its banking business, which will address all options, including a possible sale or wind down, as it looks for ways to fill a capital black hole.
- Yahoo! 'makes bid for Hulu' Telegraph - 20 hours ago
Just days after Yahoo! sealed its $1.1bn for Tumblr, the technology company has reportedly made a bid for Hulu, the online video site partly owned by News Corporation.
- IEA warns Germany on soaring green dream costs Telegraph - 20 hours ago
Germany's push for wind and solar and its retreat from nuclear power is driving electricity costs to untenable levels and destroying support for the green agenda, the International Energy Agency (IEA) ...
- The BBC must learn lessons from Digital Media Initiative fiasco Telegraph - 20 hours ago
It cost £98.4m of licence fee payers’ money and became a five-year folly but the BBC’s new Director General, Lord Hall, has finally put its Digital Media Initiative out of its misery.
- Chile fines world's largest gold miner for 'serious' environmental violations Telegraph - 20 hours ago
Chile's environmental authorities have fined the world's largest gold miner $16.4m for "serious" violations at its unfinished mine near the border with Argentina.
- New rule tightens Rupert Murdoch's grip on News Corp companies Telegraph - 23 hours ago
Rupert Murdoch will use News Corp's split to tighten his grip on the media empire he founded, by introducing a new rule that makes it difficult for other shareholders to build significant voting stakes ...
- Next slides as Morgan Stanley says sell and buy M&S Telegraph - 23 hours ago
Next shares slide after a note from Morgan Stanley "encouraged" investors to take profits and invest in competitor Marks & Spencer.
- EDF blames seaweed after halting nuclear reactors Telegraph - Fri, May 24, 2013 18:14 BST
EDF Energy has been forced to halt both reactors at its 1,280 megawatt (MW) Torness nuclear plant near Edinburgh after a rising tide of seaweed threatened to clog its cooling system.
- Mortgage lending falls for unprecedented fourth month Telegraph - Fri, May 24, 2013 17:17 BST
Mortgage lending fell for an unprecedented fourth month running in April and companies repaid £2bn, as Britain’s ongoing credit squeeze showed little sign of abating, figures from the British Bankers’ ...
- City firms switching from Tories to UKIP, says Nigel Farage Telegraph - Fri, May 24, 2013 16:54 BST
UKIP founder Nigel Farage is courting powerful City donors amid increasing anti-Europe sentiment among the UK’s business elite.
- Southern Europe slides back to 'analogue dark age' Telegraph - Fri, May 24, 2013 16:30 BST
A lack of digital investment and the shrinking number of local subsidiaries owned by large firms is sending Southern European states on a "backwards slide" to an analogue age, a new study has ...
- Judge delivers blow to Apple in e-books conspiracy case Telegraph - Fri, May 24, 2013 16:27 BST
Apple has been dealt a blow in the legal row over whether it fixed the price of ebooks, after a US judge said there was strong evidence that the technology giant was involved in a conspiracy with publishers....
- Investors remain risk-averse ahead of long weekend Telegraph - Fri, May 24, 2013 16:26 BST
Britain's blue-chips closed out the week on a downbeat note as investors continued to sell equities on both sides of the Atlantic ahead of two bank holidays in Britain and America.
- Don't yell at Google. Just make taxes lower, simpler and fit for the internet age Telegraph - Fri, May 24, 2013 16:11 BST
It's all very well for politicians to showboat by condemning multi-nationals. It is their job to make tax laws fit for the internet age, writes Charlie Elphicke MP
- HSBC pays reader £50,000 after 'getting everything wrong’ Telegraph - Fri, May 24, 2013 16:02 BST
Telegraph consumer champion Jessica Gorst-Williams secures large payout for one reader after bank's mistake.
- Pensions savers could double their tax-free cash Telegraph - Fri, May 24, 2013 15:47 BST
Couples can use two pension plans to improve on the normal 25pc, reports Richard Evans .
- Energy bill discount for wind farm neighbours Telegraph - Fri, May 24, 2013 15:37 BST
People living close to new wind farms will receive at least £100 off electricity bills under a scheme announced by a renewable energy company.
- Fresh IT failure for RBS mobile app Telegraph - Fri, May 24, 2013 15:12 BST
Royal Bank of Scotland customers were unable to access their accounts through its mobile banking app on Friday morning following another IT failure.
- Procter & Gamble brings back former CEO AG Lafley to revive growth Telegraph - Fri, May 24, 2013 15:06 BST
Fairy Liquid and Gillette razor maker Procter & Gamble (P&G) is bringing back former chief executive AG Lafley to run the company, as the world's largest consumer products maker tries to spur global growth....