Museum accepts art from Nazi dealer’s son

Kunstmuseum Bern takes bequest from Cornelius Gurlitt

World’s most advanced spyware let loose

Symantec says ‘Regin’ probably run by western intelligence

US oil imports from Opec at 30-year low

Domestic production at 9m b/d, its highest since the 1980s

Regional elections deliver Renzi warning

Turnout slumps across Italy but support for Northern League surges

Samsung eyes management shake-up

Founding family looks to cement control over S Korean business empire

Goldman leads $15m big data investment

Lender is largest investor in financial analytics start-up Kensho

World Bank warns of climate perils

Governments must tackle threat of man-made change, says president

Neil Woodford

Portugal’s ex-PM faces further questioning

Sócrates caught up in tax fraud investigation

Shadow trading signals financial crisis in Ukraine

Calls for bailout to avert economic meltdown

Intesa considers bid for UK’s Coutts

Italian bank plans acquisitions to deploy €16bn of excess capital

Europe-US trade talks delay upsets Italy

Envoy voices wider alarm over stalling of deal

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S&P 500 on verge of beating 2013 streak

Falling energy prices and China policy changes help spur stocks

Bolt-hole for big chunks of nervous money

The City of London office market has offered investors a pretty rough ride, says John Plender

Telecoms struggle with content strategies

Companies compete for programming and push up prices, writes Jonathan Ford

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