- The Sunday Telegraph: SFO plots charges over Libor; more bankers and traders to face action in new year as fraud office reveals extent of "enormous" investigation into rate manipulation.
- The Sunday Telegraph: George Manyere, a member of Bob Diamond's "founder network" for his investment vehicle, has faced claims of profiteering in Zimbabwe.
- Mail on Sunday: More than three million tablet computers have been sold over the Christmas period, leaving hundreds of shops out of stock.
- The Sunday Telegraph: David Goldberg, the husband of Facebook’s chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg, is set to create new jobs in the capital through his online polling company SurveyMonkey.
Business and economics
- Mail on Sunday: The UK energy regulator has said it will not probe whether China is a suitable partner to help build Britain's next generation of nuclear power stations.
- The Sunday Telegraph: The Serious Fraud Office has endured a troubled 12 months, with a number of cases ending in high-profile collapse.
- The Sunday Telegraph: Financial Services Authority and its successors did not reject a single application to run a UK bank in last three years.
- The Sunday Telegraph: World's largest bond fund Pimco says falling prices are the biggest risk to the currency bloc in the new year.
- The Sunday Telegraph: Gold price collapse is the worst for 30 years; the precious metal has been one of the worst-performing assets in 2013, bringing an end to a decade-long rally.
Share tips, comment and bids
- The Sunday Telegraph: Branston Pickle owner Mizkan is prepared to go after further acquisitions in the UK food sector.
- The Sunday Telegraph (Comment): Economists are predicting that growth will return to normal in 2014. The odds of that happening are longer than we are being led to expect.
- The Observer (Comment): It may not be widely known, but the gap between rich and poor is narrowing and is now at its smallest in a generation. But that's not "job done" – one in six British children is still trapped in relative poverty.
- The Observer (Comment): It's been seven years since the financial crash. Have we readjusted?