Tesco share price

Tesco reveals results overstated by £250m

Four suspended as Deloitte brought in to carry out ‘comprehensive review’

Apple sells record 10m iPhone 6 models

Pre-orders in first 24 hours also set fresh highs

Bhargava to lead Barclays Wealth

State Street executive tapped to stem exodus of senior staff

British Land penthouse breaks sale record

Company says it exceeded previous high of £5,000 per sq ft

Deutsche Bank fires currency trader

Andy Donaldson’s losses believed to be less than $5m

UK agrees Hinkley nuclear deal with EU

Almunia satisfied terms for new plant meet state support rules

Balls’s deficit boldness fails to impress

Experts unimpressed by Labour shadow chancellor’s predictions

Tory anger as Cameron backtracks on pledge

No 10 says new Scottish powers not tied to English devolution

Mitsubishi bids $1.4bn for Norway’s Cermaq

Japan trading house seeks to tap rising demand for farmed fish

Merck to buy US’s Sigma-Aldrich for $17bn

German company to pay $140 a share in cash

Alibaba IPO hits record $25bn

Deal size expanded by 15% to meet robust investor demand

China war on graft hits outbound deals

Reverse halts nearly a decade of rising spending

Comment and Analysis

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The obvious guide to the next crash

What sell signals will future generations wonder at our ability to ignore, asks James Mackintosh

Best comments from our readers

"A very interesting article. The element of trust in media parallels the trust - or lack of - in politics. As lobbying gets fiercer, neutral journalism becomes even more important. And the blurring of lines across business interests and journalism makes it all the more important for the outsider to have trustworthy sources of information."
By stonebird on The invasion of corporate news

"It is silly to blame BC Partners. Like blaming a great white for mauling a seal. Who bought the £200m of bonds so BC could pay themselves out? Unless dumb institutions learn how to deal with operators like BC this sad story will play out again and again."
By TheSadTruth on Private equity, not the mobile, killed Phones 4U

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