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Friday Papers: Comcast walks away from Fox battle
And Royal Mail stunned as 70% of shareholders rebel against plans to pay male boss more.
Overnight Markets: Wall Street declines on disappointing earnings reports
The financial sector saw the biggest percentage drop in the S&P 500, down 1.4%.
FCA quizzes 152 firms on 'high risk' investment activity
The Financial Conduct Authority has questioned 152 firms on their high risk investment activity.
FCA to monitor platform issues as firms hit with 16,000 complaints
The FCA will monitor platform issues closely next 12 months after it received nearly 16,000 service and administrative complaints over the last financial year.
Citywire UK fund manager awards 2018: shortlists revealed
We reveal the fund managers who made it to the shortlist in the 2018 awards.
Asset managers have lost allocation skills, says asset management chief
Hermes IM chief says investors have lost grip over past three decades.
JLT buys Gemma Godfrey’s Moola
Employee benefit provider JLT Employee Benefits (JLT) has snapped up Gemma Godfrey’s Moola.
FTSE edges higher on Unilever gains as pound falls
Disappointing retail sales and government divisions on Brexit hit pound again, providing some solace to stock market worried by US trade and foreign policy.
FCA: 'Cliff edge' Brexit endangers £26trn in derivatives contracts
A 'cliff edge' Brexit would put £26 trillion in derivatives contracts at risk, according to Financial Conduct Authority Brexit chief Nausicaa Delfas.
New Model Artist! 15 comic cartoons from our magazine
The addition of cartoons to our magazine is a relatively recent change. Here are 15 of the best so far.
Quoted on camera: what seven investment bosses revealed to us
The heads of providers, platforms and asset management firms have been in our studio this year. Ollie Smith finds out what they said about the hottest issues
Standard Life chief: how we've avoided platform tech problems
In this exclusive interview, Citywire chairman Lawrence Lever quizzes Standard Life Aberdeen's chief executive Keith Skeoch about the running of its platforms and whether it can avoid the technology troubles that have beset its rivals.
Adviser profile: Simon Bullock of Mulberry Bow
A tie-in with an accountancy firm allowed Simon Bullock to quit wealth management and find a financial planning fit with Mulberry Bow.