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Football and money picture

As the dust settles over what has become the annual madness that is the closing of the summer transfer window for football leagues across Europe and journalists can end their month long fantastical speculation based on little more than gut …

Business relief as Scotland says no to independence

Business relief as Scotland says no to independence

Scotland has chosen to stay part of the United Kingdom after independence was rejected.

After a long and somewhat bitter battle, the no camp managed to get 55 per cent of the vote, giving it a bigger majority than many …

Ebola outbreak underlines need for disaster recovery

Ebola outbreak underlines need for disaster recovery

The Ebola outbreak in west Africa has left over 2,000 dead and many others fighting the terrible virus. 

An international health emergency has been called by the World Health Organization as the global community seeks to come together and establish …

9/11 anniversary highlights international business threats

9/11 anniversary highlights international business threats

September 11th is a date that will forever be etched in the memory due to the terrible tragedy that took place.

Almost 3,000 people lost their lives after four planes were hijacked by al-Qaeda and crashed into the World Trade …

Scottish independence: Are you for or against?

Scottish independence: Are you for or against?

The battle for Scottish independence is heating up as the Yes camp makes significant headway.

Voters will go to the polls on September 18th and it is getting too close to call. In the past month there has been a …

Kate Middleton’s baby joy brings maternity leave into focus

Kate Middleton's baby joy brings maternity leave into focus

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have announced they are expecting their second child.

Officials from Kensington Palace confirmed the happy news and once born, the baby will be fourth in line to the throne. It comes only two months …