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.
Articles written by Dr Matthew Partridge
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.
An Oklahoma judge has ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $572m – much less than expected – in the first trial involving a state seeking compensation for the public-health crisis spawned by opioid painkillers.
Five years ago, 3D printing was a bubble that burst. But now its time has finally come – and its successor technology, 4D printing, is on the horizon, says Matthew Partridge.
Ernest Terah Hooley employed every trick in the book to get the public to buy shares in his firms at inflated prices.
The ride-hailing app is still bleeding red ink and looks absurdly overvalued, says Matthew Partridge.
The eight Brexit-related markets on Betfair have attracted plenty of money, says Matthew Partridge.
My Friend Anna: The true story of the fake heiress of New York City
Williams is a solid writer who does a good job of explaining how she, and other intelligent people, could be taken in by such a crook.