Oliver Gill, City A.M.

Oliver Gill

City A.M.

United Kingdom

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Past articles by Oliver:

Lendy Cowes Week: Ladies day a success on the Solent

Today was a testing day for the sailors at Lendy Cowes Week as fluctuating winds and even squally rain playing havoc on the Solent. → Read More

AA skids off course in mid-cap promotion push as Marks & Spencer swerves blue-chip relegation

British motoring darling the AA snatched defeat from the jaws of victory, as it is set to narrowly miss out on a return to London’s mid-cap index. → Read More

Galliford Try faces spiralling costs from £750m Carillion Scottish roads project

Galliford Try is grappling with cost overruns and "significant claims" relating a roads contract which was pivotal to the puncturing of Carillion. → Read More

Carillion inquiry demands transport secretary Chris Grayling answers accountant 'conflicts of interest' queries

A parliamentary inquiry into Carillion's failure has written to transport secretary Chris Grayling, demanding answers about multiple engagements performed → Read More

Barclays Qatari loan fraud charges thrown out by Crown Court

The Crown Court has today dismissed all charges brought by the Serious Fraud Office against Barclays in relation to its capital raising in 2008. → Read More

Labour shadow chancellor John McDonnell attacks audit firms for 'lining their pockets' and blames Carillion's demise on regulator failings

Labour has pledged to smash Britain's accountancy firm "cartel" and today demanded a "complete overhaul" of the way company finances are policed. → Read More

Russian oligarch quits EN+ and Rusal boards as Barker does Battle with sanctions

Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska is to step down from the board of energy giant EN+ as the London-listed firm seeks to ward off the threat of crippling → Read More

Mayfair Brexiteer among clutch of hedgies burnt by Ocado's US-fuelled share surge

One of Mayfair's most revered short sellers today took a multi-million pound hit from Ocado's rocketing shares. → Read More

Royal Mail record revenues fail to offset profit problems

Royal Mail today blasted through the £10bn revenue barrier, as continued stellar growth overseas offset a stuttering performance in the UK. → Read More

Government strips Stagecoach of Virgin East Coast franchise

Stagecoach has terminated its Virgin Trains East Coast franchise agreement and will hand it back to the government, it was confirmed this lunchtime. → Read More

AA finance chief rejects bumper bonus after year of breakdowns

The finance chief beleaguered breakdown giant AA has turned down a bonus worth hundreds of thousands of pounds. → Read More

Capita share price falls despite winning over Carillion conqueror after US roadshow impresses

A US hedge fund which made millions from the demise of contractor Carillion is backing the turnaround of British outsourcing giant Capita. → Read More

How Silicon Valley's finest Tesla can learn from British tech titan Sage

Execs at Britain’s biggest tech firm Sage were in bullish mood today despite conceding the last six months “had not gone to plan”. → Read More

Financial Conduct Authority boss Andrew Bailey: High-cost lending provides "a socially valuable function"

The boss of the UK’s top financial regulator believes access to controversial high-cost loans is an “important feature” for many Britons to fund → Read More

Direct Line share price falls after Beast from the East costs insurer its entire annual weather budget

Direct Line today counted the cost of Britain's icy winter and warned its top line had shrunk by five per cent in the first three months of 2018. → Read More

Sage demands "accountability" after sacking raft of senior execs

Britain's biggest technology firm Sage has shown its ruthless streak, sacking around 30 top execs in the last three weeks. → Read More

Capita shorts hit 10-year high as hedgies take advantage of discounted fundraise

Bets against Capita have spiked to a 10-year high with hedge funds trying to exploit the troubled outsourcer’s £701m rights issue. → Read More

Culture secretary starts the clock on 21s Century Fox Sky decision after the competition regulator delivers its final verdict

The government's final decision whether to block 21st Century Fox's takeover of Sky will be announced by 13 June, MPs have been told. → Read More

200-year-old UK book firm Clays flogged to Italian giant – but owner must make up multi-million pound pension shortfall

Clays, a British book production firm with a history dating back more than 200 years, was today swallowed by Italian printing giant Elcograf in a deal → Read More

Kicking off: War of words between former boss Bob Mackenzie and car insurance giant AA rolls on

Former AA boss Bob Mackenzie has found himself in the spotlight once again, following allegations that he hushed up a street fight which left him unable → Read More