GSK to invest £275m in UK

Production boost for sites in Durham, Herfordshire and Scotland

Goldman 1MDB woes deepen on conflict suit

EON claims fraudulent misrepresentations over Malaysian bank deal

Apple shines as investors look long term

R&D spike suggests bout of futurology from the iPhone-maker is more than just talk

HMRC warned over understaffing helplines

MPs say tax authority should not sacrifice customer service

Normandy town adjusts to arrival of terror

Attacks no longer confined to big cities or tourist centres

FTSE directors buy the Brexit dip

Directors’ share dealing hits a 10-year high as bargain hunt sweeps UK boardrooms

Twitter hits boulders on road to recovery

Messaging platform faces challenge of holding its place in fast-changing social media market

Three scenarios for the City after Brexit

How London copes will depend on Theresa May’s negotiations success

Hedge funds see $20.7bn outflows in June

Industry suffers longest string of quarterly withdrawals since 2009

EDF investors agree Hinkley funding

Agreement paves the way for decision on £18bn UK nuclear plant

AB InBev bid for SABMiller loses its fizz

Shareholder objections amid Brexit currency falls could sink deal

Comment & Analysis

Piazza Salimbeni near the headquarters of Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena SpA in Siena, June 5, 2014. Photographer Alessia Pierdomenico
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Why Italy’s bad loans are such a headache

Solving Italy’s bad loans will require more than fresh capital injections

Ukip needs to reshape or it will die

The party that brought us Brexit is locked in a battle to redefine itself, writes Sebastian Payne

Lone wolves raise the tempo of terror

Social media has boosted jihadis’ ability to generate followers

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