And Finally

And finally...long march

A Chinese company has been criticised for allegedly fining employees who don't walk 180,000 steps per month.

Published 12 December 2018

And finally... nuns on the run

Two nuns who embezzled nearly £400,000 from a Catholic school to gamble in Las Vegas have apologised for their actions.

Published 11 December 2018

And finally... well-heeled

Dozens of pairs of designer trainers seized from a convicted gangster are set to be auctioned to raise money for fighting crime.

Published 10 December 2018

And finally...London reveals network of contactless homeless donation points

As we enter the season of giving and the coldest months of the year, Londoners walking the capital's streets can now make contactless donations to homelssness charities through a network of terminals across the city.

Published 7 December 2018

And can by happiness - but even millionaires say they need more

A survey of millionaires carried out by Harvard Business School has revealed that their wealth has not brought them happiness, but it could, if they had a bit more.

Published 6 December 2018

And whose Scottish tenner was rejected claimed he was victim of hate crime

A father who claimed his son had been the victim of a hate crime crime after a post office turned him away when he tried to deposit the £10 note he had received from his Scottish aunt, has been forced to back down following criticism for involving the police in the matter.

Published 5 December 2018

And finally...books on wealth creation make us feel in control of our lives, Edinburgh Uni study finds

Books that offer financial advice have enduring appeal because they speak to readers’ emotions in a way that get-rich-quick schemes cannot, researchers at the University of Edinburgh have found.

Published 4 December 2018

And finally...Airbnb landlords spend profits on holidays

More landlords who rent out their homes on ‘Airbnb-style’ websites spend their takings on holidays than reinvest their earnings in home improvement projects, according to new research.

Published 3 December 2018

And finally... wrong move

A modest Glasgow flat struggled to find a buyer after property website Rightmove accidentally listed it with a price tag of nearly £8 million.

Published 30 November 2018

And finally..Baba's Bollinger Bolshevik

China's most famous entrepreneur, Jack Ma, the founder and executive chairman of Chinese e-commerce juggernaut Alibaba, with a net worth of more than $30 billion, has been expossed as a card-carrying communist.

Published 29 November 2018

And finally…architect calls for feasibility study into Scotland to Northern Ireland bridge

The issue of a potential bridge linking Northern Ireland to Scotland has reared its head once more after the idea was highlighted by Boris Johnson and other UK politicians.

Published 28 November 2018

And finally...'scientist' Thatcher nominated for £50 note

Former Prime Minster Margaret Thatcher could feature on the new plastic £50 note to celebrate her brief career as a scientist.

Published 27 November 2018

And finally...Goldman Sachs to provide home nannies to keep staff at their desks

Investment banking giant Goldman Sachs has announced plans to offer its British staff free nannies when their children are ill and carers for elderly parents in order to keep them at their tasks.

Published 26 November 2018

And finally...nearly half of 18-24 year-olds share online banking passwords

Published 23 November 2018

And launches push button card to switch payment methods

An Indian bank has launched an interactive credit card with push button controls for customers to choose their preferred mode of payment at the checkout.

Published 22 November 2018