Sunday Papers: O2 fires up London float plans
And oil plumbs depths as Opec is still divided on its response to oil’s price slump.
Saturday Papers: Saudi Arabia backs oil cut
And Mike Ashley took charge of Sports Direct after chief executive quit.
Retreat 2016: Use tech to improve client relationships
Financial advisers should see digital technology as a chance to improve their relationship with clients, according to psychologist and marketing expert Rory Sutherland.
Retreat 2016: Sym backs banks' blockchain budgets
Schroders fund manager James Sym backs banks to succeed from investing in Blockchain.
Retreat 2016: Choose creativity over efficiency, says Lotto
Neuro-scientist Beau Lotto said advisers should prioritise creativity over efficiency when running their business.
Mike Ashley takes charge of Sports Direct as chief exec quits
Dave Forsey has resigned after a turbulent period for the sports retailer.
Retreat 2016: Advisers think bulk of firms will become restricted
A poll of advisers suggests that Almary Green managing director Carl Lamb was right to say the bulk of firms would become restricted in five years, although many remain committed to independence.
IFAs eye guidance services as gov't plans rule changes
Advisers are looking ahead to new opportunities as the government looks to change the definition of advice and guidance.
Departing Hargreaves chief handed £2.1m pay package
Departing Hargreaves Lansdown chief executive Ian Gorham was given a £1.1 million bonus in 2016 as he collected an overall pay package of £2.1 million.
Overnight Markets: US stocks extend rally after Fed rate move
Nasdaq notched a record close after the Fed left interest rates unchanged calming concerns that central banks might taper efforts to stimulate global growth.