Yahoo bites back as activists circle

Marissa Mayer mounts five-pronged defence of turnround efforts

EU takes step toward rejecting budgets

France and Italy among five states to be asked for more details

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Asia bourses follow Wall Street higher

Solid Japan export data buoy Nikkei, Hang Seng stronger

Citi architect criticises its retreat

Reed paints Corbat’s pullback from 11 markets as shortsighted

Investigators probe Total jet crash

Corporate aeroplane struck snowplough on take-off in Moscow

Fed did not act on JPMorgan ‘whale’ fears

Report finds regulator failed to share concerns over bank unit

Osborne’s tax cuts pledge in doubt

Prospect of more austerity after September borrowing hits £11.8bn

Baby boomers spend the inheritance

Survey says two-thirds would rather enjoy money than pass it on

EU leans on big banks for bailout fund

System favours Germany and Spain but not France

Banks fined €94m for part in two cartels

JPMorgan Chase ordered to pay highest sum for influencing Libor

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Mexico is struggling over rule of law

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Officials uneasy over claim that policy directed money to rich

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