Parliament attack leaves Canada on alert

Gunman shoots soldier at Ottawa war memorial

Co-op blamed for doomed Lloyds branches deal

MPs call for probe into managers, regulators and auditors

Lloyds to unveil 9,000 job cuts

Attempt to make retail lender more digitally focused

Tesco sounds out investors over chairman

Shareholders consulted on replacement for Broadbent

Apple chief in China security talks

Cook meets officials after reports that hackers targeted iCloud users

DeepMind allies with Oxford academics

Google artificial intelligence group buys university spinouts

Luxottica picks P&G man for co-CEO post

Mehboob-Khan to run Italian company alongside insider Vian

Twitter seeks developers and acquisitions

Social network looks to expand beyond messaging

China flexes its economic muscle

Turning point shows ongoing shift of global economic influence east

Eclectica hedge fund bleeding assets

Investors pull out of Hendry fund despite relatively robust performance

GSK’s chief Witty comes out fighting

Drugmaker ‘extremely pragmatic’ about options for boosting value

Comment and Analysis

Ben Bradlee, Washington Post, 1921-2014

Journalist who oversaw Watergate coverage has died aged 93

Marshall’s grand plan applies to Ukraine

The west will have to co-operate to stop Putin and should do so now, writes Anders Aslund

India’s Congress party stares into the abyss

Crushing political defeats have forced Congress politicians to consider the party’s future

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"France has similar problems to everyone else in these post-crisis days, plus three others: [it has] a huge staff of under-employed fonctionnaires, with jobs for life; [it is subject to] the policies of the Brussels bureaucracy; and the euro. Sadly, it is quite difficult to see just how France can surmount these difficulties."
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