Melrose Industries soars on Elster sale

Shares jump 13 per cent after Honeywell buys unit for £3.3bn

More than 450 staff fly Twitter’s nest

FT analysis shows turnover as board looks for permanent CEO

Royal Mail broke price law says Ofcom

Postal service faces fines as watchdog says group overcharged

Zurich Insurance considers bid for RSA

Swiss group confirms it is evaluating possible offer for UK insurer

From jeers to cheers for Osborne

Chancellor has rebuilt reputation to become leadership contender

PM to tackle ‘dirty money’ in UK property

Data on real estate owned by foreign companies to be published

Sex scandal peer steps down from Lords

Lord Sewel says he ‘can best serve the House by leaving it’

Microsoft aims to woo with Windows 10

Adoption of newest generation of software is critical for the company after several flops

GM to put $5bn into emerging market car

New family of vehicles to be developed with Chinese partner SAIC

Deutsche Börse chief maps out growth plan

Kengeter wants to increase revenue by as much as a third

Study finds workers staying in jobs longer

‘Promotion blockages’ hitting earnings of younger generation

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Bristol pound counts in local economy

Residents pay for buses, energy bills and council tax in alternative currency

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Allergan paves way for new mega deal

Chief hints at ‘transformational’ purchase after generics sale

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Turkey’s bombs reveal failed Syria policy

Erdogan fishing for nationalist votes tries to tar as terrorists the pro-Kurdish coalition

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