2013 was the year that 800,000 people were lifted out of fuel poverty – by a change in the definition.
Wells Fargo has named Erin Gore, who was associate vice chancellor and chief financial officer at University of California, Berkeley, as co-head of its Education and Nonprofit Banking group.
Sir Mervyn King, who stepped down last month as head of the Bank of England, will move to New York in the autumn to lecture students on the financial crisis and its aftermath.
It has been some week for education secretary Michael Gove.
By Marcela De Vivo
The US attorney accused of hounding internet activist Aaron Swartz to his death has responded by saying that her office's actions were "appropriate", and that she had only been seeking a six-month sentence in "a low-security setting" rather than the 30 years' jail that his actions might have attracted.
John Nash, a wealthy Tory donor, venture capitalist and enthusiastic sponsor of academies, has been appointed an education minister in a move that will delight those seeking faster reform by the education secretary, Michael Gove.
As the debate over parents taking children on holiday during term time rages, we spot-check a range of holidays to find out how much prices increase during the school summer holiday
The hacking challenge hopes to attract articulate and talented contestants to fill a UK-wide skills gap in tech security
Corporation gives too much away for free, according to GP Bullhound managing partner Hugh Campbell