We’ve got a problem, Tesco boss told

The former chairman of Tesco has told a court that the first time he became aware of a hole in the retailer’s accounts was when he received a phone call in Rome from the new chief executive.

Rocky road to a smooth transition at the London Stock Exchange

That’s what you call an “orderly succession” plan — the sort that triggers a shareholder revolt. Not only that: a caper that could result in not the chief executive going, as planned, but the chairman in charge of the process. Lucky it’s all nice and orderly…

Why a Pack ‘n Play Is a Great Investment into Your Family

When talking about investments, most people automatically think about stock markets or real estate. However, you can also invest in yourself or your family. As to the latter, this must be especially relevant to those families that just had or are about to have a baby.

Hounslow traders better watch out

Here’s a top bit of advice: keep your head down if you’re a Hounslow day trader. Always the default suspect with any flash crash caper, especially if the Americans have done their money. Next thing you know, you’re being carted off in your trackie bottoms.