BTG Pactual shares hit after CEO resigns

Chief André Esteves steps down while under preventive arrest

Andre Esteves, Chairman & CEO of BTG Pactual talks during an interview with journalists of the Financial Times, in Sao Paulo July 22, 2014.
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BTG Pactual replaces Esteves as chief

Brazilian investment bank distances itself from billionaire

Brazil targets BHP and Vale in dam suit

Samarco and shareholders face R$20bn-plus damages

New arrests deepen Brazil’s Petrobras probe

Inquiry moves into world of Brazilian high finance

BTG warned of possible ratings downgrade

Fitch and Moody’s put bank under review after Esteves arrest

BHP shares fall after UN dam accusations

Mine waste alleged to have contained toxic chemicals and heavy metals

Billionaire arrest widens Petrobras probe

Esteves was face of Brazilian finance during boom years

Brazil’s shoppers turn to discounters

Hybrid wholesale/retailers gain appeal as recession bites

China signs nuclear deal with Argentina

Beijing provides cash as Buenos Aires locked out of credit market

BHP Billiton puts JVs under review

Brazilian disaster forces miner to rethink shared operations

Marriott to buy Starwood for $12.2bn

Deal will create world’s biggest hotel group with 1.1m rooms

Groups fooled by China growth, says study

Conference Board think-thank says huge middle class is a myth

Rousseff compares dam tragedy to BP spill

President tells Vale and BHP Billiton chiefs Samarco must pay

Opportunity beckons amid the turmoil

China, commodities and corruption have hit economies hard

Mining disaster devastates Brazil region

Burst dam raises questions about industry

Mine disaster casts cloud over BHP, Vale

Investors appear concerned about groups’ accident costs

Dozens missing after Brazil dam accident

BHP chief to fly out to stricken mining town as two people confirmed dead

One dead in Brazil after mine dams burst

BHP and Vale shares fall; thirteen people missing

French tycoons hold Telecom Italia’s fate

Shares leap as rival billionaires put group’s future in play

US investors trail rivals as Cuba opens up

Business from Europe, Asia and Latin America move quickly to exploit thaw with Washington


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