Standard Bank agrees deal with SFO

The headquarters of the Serious Fraud Office in Westminster.
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Deferred prosecution arrangement is first of its kind in the UK

Barclays pays £72m fine for risk failure

Bank failed to carry out adequate checks on £1.9bn transaction, says FCA

Odd office moves reflect shifting London

Exits from traditional commercial centres fired by soaring rents and demand for modern premises

GSK picks tough China path after scandal

New rules to tackle corrupt practices leave drugmaker at a commercial disadvantage, say industry peers

US retailers: sale rails

Sting from inventory mismanagement is sharp and lingering

WESTWOOD, CA - AUGUST 03: (L-R) Viacom Executive Chairman Sumner Redstone, producer Michael Bay, actress Megan Fox and Rob Moore, Vice Chairman of Paramount Pictures attend the premiere of Paramount Pictures' "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" at Regency Village Theater on August 3, 2014 in Westwood, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for Paramount Pictures)

Viacom’s Redstone in ‘mental decline’

Media tycoon’s lawyers deny former companion’s allegations

S Korea orders VW to recall 125,000 cars

German carmaker is fined $12.3m for cheating emission tests

logo of Slater & Gordon lawyers

Slater & Gordon: Objection!

A publicly traded law firm on the dock

Google aims to break down app ‘walls’

‘App streaming’ could give new lease of life to search business

Sberbank: grin and bear it

The lender has benefited from a flight to quality in Russia

Russia hits Turkey with range of sanctions

Economic retaliation follows downing of military jet on Syrian border

Warburg and General Atlantic in Gulf deal

Private equity looks to profit from Middle East shift from cash

Metals rally on output cut hopes

Chinese nickel producers set to decide on reductions

FAO cuts China’s 2015 corn output number

Revision comes amid bulging stockpile due to farmer subsidies

BHP shares fall after UN dam accusations

Mine waste alleged to have contained toxic chemicals and heavy metals

Safe bet not heard last of Barclays’ deal

£72m fine over records of a £1.9bn deal prompts many questions

Infineon: chips with everything

The semiconductor maker’s results could attract takeover interest

GSK confident of China renaissance

Drugmaker seeks to repair damage from corruption scandal that shattered its reputation

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