Clara Guibourg, City A.M.

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Past articles by Clara:

Best UK mobile network: EE is the fastest mobile operator but Three is the most reliable as rivals Vodafone and O2 lag behind in new study

EE has retained its crown as the UK's best mobile operator, but Three has beaten it when it comes to reliability, a fresh ranking reveals. → Read More

Gender pay gap: Women in the City will get a 50 per cent lower bonus than men

Christmas bonus season is upon us, but sorry ladies, we’ve got bad news for women hoping to get a large bonus in this year’s stocking. → Read More

Digital health, wearables and apps: 9 in 10 Brazilian doctors use WhatsApp to talk to patients

Do you get WhatsApp messages from your doctor? Almost certainly not if you’re reading this in the UK - but if you’re in Brazil it’ll be an everyday → Read More

Adele keeps 25 off streaming services following Taylor Swift and Beyoncé to become latest superstar to snub Spotify

Adele has become the latest artist to keep her music off Spotify, announcing today that her upcoming album 25 wouldn’t be made available on any streaming → Read More

Best London mobile phone network: EE beats O2, Three and Vodafone

Looking for the best mobile phone network in London? EE has just been crowned number one for the sixth time running in Rootmetrics’ latest stress test → Read More

EU cracking down on bitcoin after Paris attacks to stop terrorism funding

EU ministers are hoping to tackle terrorism funding by cracking down on digital currencies like bitcoin, according to news agency Reuters. → Read More

London weather: One in five Brits don't want a white Christmas

The weather outside may be getting frightful - but plenty of us aren’t dreaming of a white Christmas. → Read More

FOMC minutes: US rate hike in December is looking likely

Get ready for lift-off. → Read More

Lords back giving 16 and 17-year-olds EU referendum vote

The House of Lords has backed giving 16 and 17-year-olds the vote in the upcoming referendum about Britain’s EU membership. → Read More

Square set to price IPO in litmus test for tech unicorns

It’s the moment of truth for Square, as the mobile payments company is set to price its IPO in a highly-anticipated deal that will act as a litmus test → Read More

Capgemini: The finance industry can't afford to ignore bitcoin technology blockchain

Blockchain technology is winning new friends by the day, with computer consultancy Capgemini announcing in a fresh report that financial services can → Read More

Oil prices: US crude WTI falls below $40 for first time since August

US benchmark West Texas Intermediate (WTI) plunged below $40 a barrel for the first time since August, as a global supply glut continues to weigh heavily → Read More

Barclays faces new £66m forex fine

Barclays is facing another $100m forex fine, according to reports in the Financial Times, as analysts suggest more litigation costs are yet to come. → Read More

"Concrete" bomb threat cancels football match in Hanover between Germany and Netherlands

A friendly football match between Germany and the Netherlands has been called off because of “concrete plans” to cause an explosion in the stadium, → Read More

Ofcom: BT charging £1.7m EE bill to Openreach "inappropriate"

BT has been slammed by Ofcom for trying to let its Openreach division foot part of the bill for its acquisition of rival EE, as the deadline draws near → Read More

Passenger tried to enter cockpit on British Airways flight 213 from London to Boston

An “unruly” woman attempting to enter the cockpit on a British Airways flight bound for Boston had to be restrained and met by state troopers upon → Read More

Libor trial: Former ICAP broker Darrell Read said "barrow boy" brokers get ignored by bankers

A former ICAP broker accused of Libor rigging told a London court yesterday that brokers have too low a status to affect bankers' decision making. → Read More

Anonymous begins leaking Islamic State fighters' details after declaring "total war" in response to Paris attacks

Anonymous has begun exposing alleged terrorists after the hacker group declared a “total war” on the Islamic State in retribution for the terrorist → Read More

Mobile market predictions: China to overtake US smartphone market by 2021, global data traffic soaring tenfold

China is set to overtake the US in smartphone subscriptions by 2021, as global data traffic is poised to grow tenfold in the same time period. → Read More

Gender pay gap: Women paid less than men in 90 per cent of sectors

British women get paid a fifth less than their male counterparts - and new figures show that the finance and insurance sectors are the worst at closing → Read More