China growth slowest since global crisis

Decline in quarterly GDP expansion raises concerns for global economy

Coke deepens cost cuts as profits fall

Drinks maker expects to be below its 2014 EPS growth target

Total chief dies in Moscow air crash

Private jet carrying Christophe de Margerie hit snow-clearing machine

Pistorius given five years in jail

Sentence ‘fair and just’ to society and athlete, says judge

Stocks jump on hopes of more ECB stimulus

Euro slips and Bund yields rise as havens wane

Leung warns protesters not to test China

HK chief ready to listen to suggestions for ending demonstrations

Economics underpins HK political divide

Dynamism comes at the price of the widest income gap in the developed world

McDonald's vows review as profits slide

Revenues at the fast food company drop 5 per cent to $7bn

Silver Economy

Facebook’s new board member apologises for harassment

WhatsApp chief Jan Koum ‘deeply sorry’

Apple smashes through forecasts

Group beats Wall St expectations on revenues, earnings and iPhone sales

Australia horse breeders win mine battle

Landmark case highlights opposition to coal mine expansions

Good payday karma for Microsoft chief

Nadella granted compensation package worth an estimated $84.3m

Comment and Analysis

China steel exports disrupt markets

Faltering domestic demand leaves producers looking abroad

A bittersweet rebirth for India’s Jews

Mumbai’s Jewish community is small but resilient, writes James Crabtree

Oscar de la Renta, designer, 1932-2014

Worldly shaper of first ladies, socialites and Hollywood stars

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