Britain's richest 10% owned more than 90% of wealth in 1910, while the top 1% owned 70%.
April's big 288,000 jump in new jobs was good news for the economy, but the report sent mixed signals as an unusually high number of people dropped out of the labor force.
There is a curious anticipation about meeting the heir to Michael O'Leary as the public face of Ryanair: like watching the Incredible Hulk in reverse, all raging monster before a glimpse of mild-mannered scientist Bruce Banner.
Heightened systemic risks.
A bomb disposal robot was deployed.
And the winner of the HITC 10th anniversary Best Place to Work in the global financial markets poll is...
UBS has banned some of its employees from entering France, where the bank is subject to an investigation, Swiss radio and television RTS said on its website on Thursday, quoting unnamed sources.
The boss of Royal Bank of Scotland warned on Friday that he was concerned he might lose key staff as a result of the government's refusal to back its bonus plans for 2014.
The flight from the Pimco Total Return Fund continued apace in April with investors withdrawing another $3.1 billion, the 12th straight month of outflows from the world's largest bond fund, run by Bill Gross.
Michael Bloomberg, whose business empire brought transparency to the market, has nothing against high-frequency trading and black pools, telling CNBC's " Squawk Box " "the system isn't rigged."
The price of a barrel of Brent crude fell below $35 on Wednesday for the first time since 2004, a remarkable event given that the global economy, while plainly not red hot, is several degrees above lukewarm.
The US economy slowed in December, according to a survey of businesses published today.
The City would retain its status as a global financial centre if British voters back leaving the European Union, a Barclays executive has claimed.