Falling oil price hits big energy groups

Poor results in US follow huge job cut announcements in Europe

Businesses use art to shape their image

Global companies with an eye on the bigger picture invest in contemporary creations

US activist builds stake in Rolls-Royce

ValueAct investment likely to add to pressure on aerospace group

Week in Review

Week in Review, August 1

Deutsche Bank, Microsoft, oil majors and Microsoft featured

Uber faces the ‘last 1bn person market’

Taxi app braces for fight in India against local competitors

S Korea seeks to boost foreign investment

Proposed tax relief is aimed at easing currency appreciation

Europe freezes Cayman hedge funds out

Most large managers denied Europe-wide marketing ‘passport’

Commuters walk across London Bridge during a one day strike by bus drivers in London on Janurary 13, 2015. Bus drivers from the vast majority of the British capitals 18 bus operators started a 24 hour strike on January 13 over a pay dispute. AFP PHOTO / JUSTIN TALLISJUSTIN TALLIS/AFP/Getty Images
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Pensions beat funds on gender diversity

Females occupy nearly a fifth of senior roles at large investors

Fund houses undaunted by China woes

Foreign asset managers maintain their exposure to mainland stocks

Goldman out of top 10 Europe managers

BlackRock is bestselling European fund manager

Honeywell ‘buys’ debt-ridden pension funds

Company acquires two unrelated schemes in deal for Elster

Fukushima executives indicted

Civilian panel forces prosecutors to bring charges over melt down

Former Mt Gox chief arrested in Japan

Karpelès is suspected of falsifying data at bitcoin exchange

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