Ten of this week's best-read news stories...
1 Hargreaves Lansdown gets a lot of stick for its business model, but it sure is successful
2 Last year, the FSA told an adviser his recommendation of Keydata products was appropriate. No problem then, right? Not exactly.
3 Fidelity FundsNetwork has started disclosing its fund manager fees.
4 You didn't really think everyone would be happy with the way Arch Cru payouts are being dealt with, did you?
5 The FSA will soon issue its first ‘health alert' product warnings. So that should end all mis-selling scandals.
6 Ever watchful of the activities of advisers, the FSA is taking note of the recent jump in advised sales of personal pensions.
7 If you were going to name the leading name in the wealth advisory sector, would it be Towry?
8 Take a guess at how much redress was paid out for payment protection insurance (PPI) mis-selling in the first half of this year.
9 Bored of the PPI scandal? This might be next.
10 Fund managers make a lot of money. Here's one reason why.
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