Banks have paid $64bn for toxic mortgages

Morgan Stanley is the latest to settle over selling bad RMBS

Google extends ‘right to be forgotten’

Move applies to all versions of search engine accessed from EU

M&A: China’s world of debt

State-owned companies are buying big but the stability of these billion-dollar deals is in question

UK battles Paris and Berlin over City rules

Turf war could be turning point over regulatory responsibility

Rio Tinto cuts MASTER

Rio just the latest miner to cut dividend

Natural resources sector is reeling from commodities rout that shows no sign of abating

Clock ticks on cancer drugs scheme

Replacement sought for £340m-a-year Cancer Drugs Fund

Maersk stumble highlights sluggish trade

Some freight markets look weak, including air and dry bulk ships

Time shares fall as profits plunge

Sports Illustrated owner is latest media stock to be hit

Pernod Ricard: back in the USA

French group’s efforts to boost US sales are paying off

Rio Tinto: for a few dollars’ ore

Rio now promises to only pay shareholders what it can afford

Lending Club announces share buyback

Chief executive Laplanche seeks to reassure investors amid recent slide in stock price

Bitcoin threatened by software schism

Developers release rival version of code behind digital currency

Man Utd on target after Adidas boost

Shares jump after earnings top forecasts

RBS hires JPMorgan banker to head Coutts

Appointment of Flavel comes as private bank focuses on achieving growth

Facebook furore in India has wider roots

Controversial remarks by Andreessen come as group hits snags

Henderson and Ashmore fortunes diverge

Diversified fund manager profits as emerging market group suffers

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