Bolloré shakes up Canal Plus management

Vivendi chairman replaces head of pay-TV business

Irish publicans’ bank run in reverse

Pubs became the principal clearing houses during bankers’ strikes in the 1960s and 1970s, writes Peter Cunningham

Shell set to drill in Arctic this month

Energy group faces fierce opposition from environmentalists

MSC Cruises to base ship in Havana

Optimal time to establish presence in Cuba, says cruise ship operator

Ryanair threatens to exit Denmark

Warning follows Danish court ruling allowing strike action

Santander raises stake in US loans arm

Spanish bank paying almost $1bn to buy out co-founder

Sabadell warned on IT integration of TSB

Banking experts query cost of bringing UK challenger on board

Ryanair and Hertz clash over car hire deal

Irish airline to take legal action after rental group ends tie-up

Fiat Chrysler criticised over recalls

Carmaker rebuked over tardiness in notifying drivers of faults

ECB adds state companies to QE buying

Expansion would increase substantially central bank’s firepower

Flow Traders: passive aggressive

A way for stock pickers to play passive investing

Valls tries to calm Toulouse airport fears

French PM seeks distance between infrastructure investment and missing Chinese businessman

German carmakers raise fears over Brexit

Manufacturers worry about losing one of their biggest markets

Ivory Coast gains pace on road to revival

Investors rush to one of Africa’s best performers

Capital controls squeeze Greek economy

Price exacted by state measures becomes increasingly apparent

Banker pay rebounds but only for a few

JPMorgan and Morgan Stanley set pace few are willing to match

Dixons Carphone to open US stores

Retailer sets sights across the Atlantic with plans for a chain of up to 500 stores

US banks boost growth as Europe loses out

Trend illustrates how financial power is moving to Wall Street

RBS reduces cash management services

State-backed bank will refer some international businesses to BNP Paribas

US shale stymied by Saudi, says Shell CEO

Van Beurden defends £55bn deal to buy BG Group

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