The Leica D-Lux doesn’t come cheap, but this compact version is affordable and enjoyable, says Matthew Partridge.
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The British Airways pilots’ strike is the latest mishap in a series of PR disasters for the national flag-carrier. Where does it go from here? Matthew Partridge reports.
Robert Brennan used high-pressure techniques to sell worthless penny shares to unwitting investors, defrauding them of more than $300m.
The sharp decline in Ted Baker shares looks excessive, say Matthew Partridge.
Matthew Partridge turns his attention across the Atlantic and takes a look at Democratic Party’s potential candidates for the US presidential election.
Philip Morris and Altria have reunited. This could spark another round of consolidation in the embattled tobacco industry. Matthew Partridge reports.
Tesco Bank has left the mortgage market by selling its £3.7bn loan book. Its 23,000 customers will be moved to the Halifax, a subsidiary of Lloyds.
John Sadleir’s multiple deceptions destroyed the Tipperary Joint Stock Bank, ruining its shareholders and forcing many into bankruptcy.
The record deal between Bristol-Myers Squibb and Celgene moved closer this week. The pharmaceuticals sector is rapidly consolidating. Matthew Partridge reports.
Punters are betting that a general election in Britain will happen sooner rather than later. Matthew Partridge looks at the odds.