Isis propaganda head ‘killed in Syria’

Adnani’s responsibilities included array of gruesome videos

Mondelez looks beyond Hershey

Snackmaker interested in acquisitions but could become a target

Trump to unveil ‘disruptive’ economic plan

Republican’s advisers are drawn from Wall Street and real estate sector

Apple ruling sparks angry reaction in US

Charles Schumer calls €13bn penalty ‘cheap money grab’ by the EU

Goldman pushes US bond market algo

Computer program allows for immediate execution of a trade

UBS hires psychologists to revamp research

Swiss bank attempts to improve its investment ideas

US and EU flags are pictured on November 11,2013 at the EU Headquarters. Europeans and Americans restart their discussions today to establish a comprehensive free trade agreement, a process that was interrupted by the financial crisis in the United States but also undermined by the scandal of U.S. spying. AFP PHOTO GEORGES GOBET (Photo credit should read GEORGES GOBET/AFP/Getty Images)

France urges Brussels to halt TTIP talks

Minister says ‘no political support’ for Washington trade deal

Driverless cars add emojis to road signals

Start-up explores roof displays for robot-to-human communications

Iraq talks up oil production freeze

Speculation of a freeze has spurred a bounce in prices

Bristol-Myers shocked investors whent a late-stage trial of Opdivo showed it was no better than chemotherapy

Merck plays long game in precision medicine

Doctors and investors predict shift in fortunes after Bristol-Myers’ immunotherapy trial fails

Barroso’s Goldman job runs into protest

More than 76,000 sign demand for action from EU

Comment & Analysis

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Argentine enthusiasm for new leader wanes

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Warsaw charm offensive for London bankers

Latest Europeans to target City business after Brexit

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