This month’s labour market statistics continue the same pattern we have seen in recent months: small improvements in overall employment and unemployment but youth unemployment and long-term unemployment not going anywhere much.
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The 100 best-paid chief executives of British companies were paid £4.3 million each on average last year, an increase of 13 per cent on 2011, research has found.
Despite inflation-busting fair increases and big salaries for its executives, a report by the Office of Rail Regulation has produced a damning report on the state of the railways.
Left Foot Forward looks at the pay gap between best paid and worst paid at some of Britain’s best known firms.
Three Network Rail bosses, who already earn between £360,000 and £560,000, will receive £300,000 each in “golden handcuff” payments to keep them at the company.
The Border Agency handing out big bonuses against the recommendations of the home affairs committee highlights the need for greater Parliamentary powers.
Opposition to the Business Secretary’s plans is misguided – the interests of business and the interests of executives are not always the same thing.
One Society’s Larissa Hansford argues that businesspeople don’t know the first thing about what is and isn’t “anti-business”.
Alex Hern examines the common link between the appalling bad RBS quarter, and the appallingly good Centrica one: Rewards for failure.
Today Dr Rowan Williams came out in support of a Financial Transaction Tax – yet George Osborne still opposes the tax that would raise billions for the poor.