Gabriella Griffith, City A.M.

Gabriella Griffith

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Past articles by Gabriella:

Digging deeper with the Davos delegates 2015

As the value of the Swiss franc shot straight through the snow capped roofs yesterday, many people were holding their heads in their hand → Read More

PwC’s falafel man celebrates his chain’s first year

Tomorrow is a most auspicious of occasions for one former PwC bean counter. → Read More

Southern offers grovelling apology after more delays

Southern, the company behind the Train of Shame – the 7.29am service from Brighton to Victoria which was late every day last year – was f → Read More

Standard Life lures Countdown star to pull pub quiz crowds

Moving on to pensions now, but oddly not away from pubs, it seems Standard Life is continuing its theme of using celebrities and drinking → Read More

Game Digital directors not so smug any more

Oh how the mighty fall, again. Game Digital had, like a phoenix from the flames, risen from administration three years ago to float on the stock market valued at £340m last year. It became the LSE’s biggest share price riser throughout the year – starting 2015 with shares priced at 75 per cent higher than they listed. Its annual reports, published in October, featured its board of directors… → Read More

Meet the City’s most eligible man

The search is finally over, girls. → Read More

Underwear goes Underground for No Pants Subway Ride Day

If you ventured on to the Northern line yesterday you might have had an un-bare-able surprise, as many commuters boarded the trains witho → Read More

Drastic he may be but let’s not forget dapper

Drastic Dave Lewis had his day in the spotlight yesterday, reeling off a list of admittedly quite drastic measures in a bid to save Tesco → Read More

Did you know the City had a hot air balloon?

Knock, knock, which member of the Lord Mayor’s City of London team is most full of hot air? The hot air balloon, obviously! → Read More

Westminster canteen staff “unable to open the ice-cream freezer”

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice-cream – or at least they do in Westminster. → Read More

Tweedy Tempah gets suited up by Museum of London

You may not know it, because it certainly isn’t as big as London Fashion Week (yet), but the menswear equivalent London Collections: Men → Read More

Who’s lining up in the CEO sack race?

There were a lot of interesting moves at the top in 2014, with chiefs taking P45s left right and centre – Harriet Green at Thomas Cook, S → Read More

Poundland wishes you a Merryy Cristmas and a Merry Christmay

Discount superstar Poundland was snowed under with complaints about its festive products on Twitter yesterday. One unhappy shopper tweeted about a set of Christmas lights which spelt its message wrongly – “‘MerryyCristmas’ it might be a only quid but you could at least spell it right!” Naturally, the hashtag #MerryyCristmas started doing the rounds. But this set wasn’t the only egregious… → Read More

Farewell Nomad hello Champagne Odyssey

‘Tis the season to be jolly and for those of us in the City, the Christ­mas drinks invitations are piling as high as the empty mince pie → Read More

Hundreds of Santas run through City for Brainwave

City workers heading for the Tube on Tuesday evening may have received a bemusing surprise – as hundreds of their peers ran past dressed → Read More

McVities’ Christmas cuties reported to ads watchdog

Never mind which brands are at the top of Christmas lists, the brands on top of the Christmas complaints list is a more interesting prosp → Read More

Canary Wharf Group has a ride ‘em cowboy Christmas

Canary Wharf Group may have escaped the lasso of the Qatar Investment Authority and its American side-kick Brookfield Property Partners l → Read More

Clintons causes Twitter storm over Christmas card

It's December, which means open season has been declared on silly Christmas cards (just ask Tony Blair). But not until now has a card generated so much vitriol. Step forward Clintons, the card shop which has enraged a nation with its “poor bashing” festive card. The offending Christmas card The “10 reasons why Santa Claus must live on a council estate” card, which includes points such as “he… → Read More

Bond’s Aston Martin causes a Spectre-cal

There was Bond fever at Covent Gar­den last night, as Aston Martin helped to launch the Bond in Motion exhibition at the London Film Museum – shortly after the details for the new Bond movie Spectre were announced. News of Daniel Craig’s return as Bond was joined by the big reveal of Aston Martin’s DB10, designed specifically for the flick. “We didn’t actually plan the exhibition launch to be on… → Read More

Devonshire Square p-p-p-picks up a penguin for one day only

We're not sure if it’s the John Lewis effect or just a coincidence, but it seems one’s Christmas party isn’t complete these days without a troop of live penguins. This week, it was Devonshire Square, which rolled out the ice carpet for the Antarctic’s best export – hosting a group of the animals in a bid to raise awareness for their conser­vation. Experienced penguin handlers were on, er, hand… → Read More