A UK vote to leave the EU in June 2016 would trigger economic turmoil, albeit largely in the short term, writes Danielle Haralambous
CBI director-general Carolyn Fairbairn gives stark warning over potential British exit from EU
Chancellor keeps bad news to a minimum before EU referendum, but shows his support for the OECD and Britain’s army of small firms
Sugar tax dominates headlines, while tax avoidance and business rates covered in company pages
Given the febrile mood in all markets, there is a temptation to join the gloom mongers even after the partial rebound
Britain closes gap on Ireland as most appealing place to do business, owing mainly to its competitive tax system
Around a third of FTSE 100 bosses sign letter warning of risks of leaving the EU
Bigger firms are "significantly more likely" to vote to remain than those in small and micro-businesses, the survey reveals.
Sub-committee to study how tax on large firms can increase number of completed apprenticeship courses.
The financial sector should prove more resilient to a downturn in either growth or market sentiment than in the past