Nearly 90 per cent of UK pubs and bars plan to expand their live music offerings in 2024, potentially tapping into £2.4bn in revenue.
Where the City’s movers and shakers get a few things off their chest. Today, it’s our editor Andy Silvester with the pen Fleet Street’s face lift: A century-defying city transformation One of the more appealing things I’ve received in my inbox was a computer generated image of what a ‘new’ Fleet Street could look like. 
The financial sector’s progress towards net zero risks stalling due to “mixed messages” from the government on green issues, a group of MPs have warned.
The UK government will launch a consultation in Spring 2024 on introducing a captive insurance regime as it seeks to revive the insurance market. The Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, announced in his Autumn Statement that the Government plans to consult on a new framework to encourage the establishment of captive insurance companies in the UK. The 
On the London Stock Exchange it’s been “Black Friday all year”, according to one of London’s top venture chiefs.
We stole Black Friday from the US, and the Americanism is falling out of favour with Brits getting a few pennies off, writes Simon Neville
We've exhausted the other options for growth, it's time to embrace a purpose-led economy, writes Andrew O'Brien.
Musicians like Drake and the Weeknd have had their music scraped by artificial intelligence programs, and AI bosses are finally waking up to it, writes Jo Twist
The growth of women's sport is set to continue in 2024, Deloitte has forecast, with global revenues exceeding £1bn for the first time.
Charlie Munger - often known as "Warren Buffett's right-hand man" - has passed away peacefully at a hospital in California.
Euan Blair's educational firm Multiverse now makes the majority of its revenues from upskilling employees already in work. Has it abandoned its original mission?
Google has appointed three female senior new executives to drive forward the tech giant’s support for UK businesses. The search engine behemoth said the appointees will report straight to Debbie Weinstein, the vice president and managing director for Google UK & Ireland, and will help focus on the use of AI technology in growing British