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The vast majority of would-be buyers have been priced out of the property market
Technology and globalisation have already transformed trading. What will happen next?
Investors are fast snapping up the new buildings punctuating Dalston’s skyline. But will the East London trendy hotspot retain its value once the fashion for living there fades?
Water shortages present a serious threat to London – what are the implications for your company?
In the aftermath of the riots that engulfed Britain last week, politicians, police and citizens…
The rock stars’ hotelier on why he’s still cool despite London’s “chameleon climate”
In the run-up to the 2012 Olympics, companies have a golden opportunity to show their true colours to the world, says James Ohene-Djan
Our editor at large asks: is the GLA’s quest for a London Living Wage necessarily a sound business investment?
Want to hire non-EU workers? New laws mean the process is changing
Havells Sylvania’s head of Europe explains why the Indian lighting and electrical manufacturer opted for the capital
Rioters have brought the PM’s holiday to an end, but has he quelled the city’s fears?
How should your firm handle misuse of social media by employees? An employment lawyer at Westminster firm Bircham Dyson Bell talks through the key issues
City high-flyer by day, comedienne by night. Meet our columnist, Julia Streets
Is the mayor doing enough to help riot-struck businesses? What would the experts do if they were in Boris’ shoes?
The bleak economic future is leading British workers to look overseas for better jobs
Don’t be fooled by the odd socks – the Mayor’s success is no accident, says the director of Schneider Bartosch Communications
They are time consuming and expensive, and many should never see the light of day. It’s high time the laws changed
If cash isn’t found to build affordable homes in the capital, fed-up commuters will seek work closer to home