City firms must do more to tackle sexual harassment, says FCA executive

Jonathan Davidson says managers who allow such behaviour are ‘not fit and proper’A top executive at the City watchdog has said there are still too many incidents of sexual harassment happening inside financial sector companies and criticised independen…

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City firms must do more to tackle sexual harassment, says FCA executive

Jonathan Davidson says managers who allow such behaviour are ‘not fit and proper’A top executive at the City watchdog has said there are still too many incidents of sexual harassment happening inside financial sector companies and criticised independen…

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British Gas owner wins high court fight over energy price cap

Centrica challenged regulator Ofgem over how it calculated cap on energy pricesCentrica, the owner of British Gas, has won a court battle with the energy regulator after the watchdog made an 11th-hour change to price cap calculations, which dealt a £70…

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Monopolies cost Americans $300 a month. We’re no longer the land of free markets | Thomas Philippon

In a reversal from a few decades ago, American consumers are facing oligopolies while Europeans benefit from competitionWhen I landed in Boston in 1999, the United States was the land of free markets. Many goods and services were cheaper here than in E…

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Stella Creasy calls for inquiry into FCA over Wonga and QuickQuid

Collapse of payday lenders should have been spotted by regulator, says Labour MPStella Creasy, the Labour MP and payday loans campaigner, has called for an investigation into the Financial Conduct Authority’s regulation of Wonga and QuickQuid after the…

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