Goldman warns of UK sell-off if Labour win

US bank says opposition policies likely to scare investors

Teva offers $40.1bn for US rival Mylan

Cash-and-shares proposal continues consolidation in pharma sector

Female Goldman banker agrees settlement

Mother of two claims she was cheated out of millions in bonuses

China food group aims to be global player

Cofco aims to meet changing appetites at home

Alexis Tsipras and, below, three of the hardliners in his government. From left: Nikos Voutsis, Aristides Baltas and Panayotis Lafazanis
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Faces behind Greece’s radical government

Syriza’s hard-left includes powerful and controversial figures

Iran charges journalist with spying

Move could be bid to sabotage detente with US, say analysts

Thiam faces bigger Credit Suisse challenge

Incoming CEO’s restructuring may need a rethink

Macron chooses realism over romance

French economy minister signals pragmatic approach to takeovers

Hourican quits as chief of Bank of Cyprus

Former RBS executive resigns to spend more time with family

Vodafone in early talks to buy Cabovisão

Altice required to sell cable group in Portugal Telecom takeover

Egypt’s Morsi sentenced to 20 years in jail

First elected leader guilty of using violence against protesters

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London stocks await election fate

Markets hope for Liberal Democrats to remain kingmakers

Oil delta dilemma for Nigeria’s leader

President-elect has uphill task to unify Niger region

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China Inc turns to sports sponsorship

Dongfeng’s team in ocean-going race brings unexpected benefits

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