French authorities raid Google’s offices

Data experts search tech group’s headquarters as part of tax probe

How predator Monsanto became the pursued

Does rejected Bayer have muscle to offer more acceptable price?

BHS, British Home Stores, on Oxford street, London.
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MPs ratty with Lord Grabiner over BHS

Taveta chairman spoke of ‘after-event ratification’

Q&A: Mega-mergers and GM crops in the UK

Scientists say GM crops are safe yet their impact remains minimal

Conservative Party conference in Manchester. Secretary of state for Business, Sajid Javid, MP.

Javid lands in Mumbai for key Tata talks

Indian company finalises shortlist for UK steel bids

Telegraph to axe senior jobs in new cuts

Media group blames downturn in print advertising

Fracking has far to go despite victory

Doubts on commercial viability persist even after Yorkshire boost

Four Seasons seeks bigger fee increases

Losses at Britain’s biggest care home owner continue to deepen

Wells Fargo downgrades financial targets

Low interest rates and tougher regulation hit US banking sector

Monsanto opens door to talks on Bayer bid

US seeds giant rejects $62bn bid but touts benefits of combining

1MDB probe provides last act for BSI

Lender will vanish as a legal entity after ‘serious breach’

UK ‘bad bank’ to sell £16bn of mortgages

Disposal of Bradford & Bingley loans largest of kind in Europe

Crackdown on tax inversions sinks $8bn deal

CF Industries and OCI scrap planned tie-up after US rules change

EgyptAir terrorism speculation persists

Fears linger despite no evidence or claim of responsibility

Calpers raises heat on Exxon over climate

US state pension fund wants greater access to oil group’s board

Market place lending: peer to peer pressure

An innovation born out of crisis may struggle as conditions normalise

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