Articles by Margareta Pagano
This is the first time banks have had to declare details of their tax on a country-by-country profit.
The human cost is incalculable but the West will always bounce back from terrorist attacks.
New CBI president was forced to admit there is no 'one uniform view' on the EU among its members.
Allen has rocketed into the limelight and George Osborne would be foolish to hold her back.
John Nelson spoke up about the negative antics of big business leading to 'mistrust in capitalism'.
With their financial views, Corbyn and John McDonnell could get support from the City if they want it.
Data sharing between public services like the NHS and police could make a positive impact on people's lives.
Interest rates remained stuck on 0.5%, giving homeowners and the economy a moment of relief.
40,000 shops stand empty and less than half of all shopping now takes place on the country's 5,400 high streets.
Politicians should support Alexis Tsipras and the Greek people in light of them potentially exiting the EU.
Chancellor George Osborne has stolen a Swedish innovation with his new proposal for a budget surplus target
Sir Owen Green's assault on excessive boardroom pay is as relevant now as it was when he highlighted it in 2003.
If Labour's aspiring leaders want to make a difference, they should forget about copying Tony Blair.
A move in headquarters or selling a retail bank is a risky move but HSBC are open to both possibilities.
The UK's 'male, pale and stale' chairman and CEOs are finally turning to women to fill their board positions.
Miliband wants UK to be zero-carbon by 2030 but it will cost at least half a trillion dollars.
We need to shatter social stereotypes that demean the role of people over 50 and what they can offer.
The UK is a world leader in personalised treatments for rare diseases but the NHS is too slow to act.
Employee-owned companies have plenty of benefits, just ask the MD of the John Lewis Partnership.
The likes of Barclays and HSBC are facing competition, not from other banks but from technology companies.