Brooks set for return to Murdoch empire

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Greece told to start reforms to gain cash

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Fridman legal threat over North Sea block

Russian billionaire’s plans run in to fear of more sanctions

Aston Martin to target new buyers

Prestige carmaker seeks to attract women and younger people

Kerry on defensive as Israel PM flies to US

Netanyahu begins ‘fateful’ visit to challenge Tehran nuclear deal

Dispute erupts over ‘extremist’ preachers

Lib Dems oppose Tory effort to silence radical speakers

Citi prepares for ‘stress test’ results

Bank executives under pressure to pass Fed examination

Wood Mackenzie seeks £2bn listing

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