Three-way drugs merger battle hots up

Perrigo rejects formal offer from bigger rival Mylan

Week in Review

Week in Review, April 25

Credit Suisse faces scrutiny; Goldman discrimination case and Rolls-Royce also in the news

IC — April 25 highlights

Companies analysis from our sister publication

BlackRock enters UK drawdown market

US group responds to new freedoms

Bond liquidity fears hit asset managers

State Street says cash is being hoarded because of stress tests

Third of investors refuse to back HSBC pay

Shareholders rebel in spite of bonus cuts to reflect bank fines

Rallies point to commodities turnround

Iron ore rose 12% this week while Brent oil hit 2015 high

HSBC’s talk of moving HQ sounds familiar

Bank tends to get restive whenever it is unhappy with tax changes

BAE considers sale of US consultancy unit

Defence group is grappling with cuts in the US market

HSBC threatens to move HQ from UK

Hong Kong regulator welcomes bank’s decision to launch review

Tesco’s hunger for land ends in tears

Retailer’s eagerness to build stores has come back to haunt it

Hasbro: toy glory

Licensing arrangements help harness the force of hit films

Petrobras puts CEO’s pragmatism to test

Bendine completes important step in group’s clean-up by releasing delayed audited financial results

Blue Bottle and Tartine look to scale

Coffee groups favoured by San Francisco techies merge to go global

AstraZeneca forced to defend Celgene deal

Drugmaker accused of trading future growth for short-term gains

Parties blame HSBC move on tax, EU fears

Tory and Labour politicians in war of words over bank HQ review

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