Centre Point moves to high-rise living

Sixties tower block to become luxury flats

Santander to offer services through Post Office

Response to government pressure to increase accessibility

US east coast braced for blizzard

Airlines cancel hundreds of flights ahead of snowstorms

Equities find poise after Greece vote

Euro bounces off 11-year low but Greek bank stocks hit hard

Tesco to beef up corporate finance team

Supermarket chain’s move may herald more asset sales

Bettencourt case set to grip France

Ten go on trial in Paris accused of exploiting L’Oreal heiress

IMF pressed to increase lending to Ukraine

Calls grow for fund to step up aid to prevent financial crisis

London GDRs fall to decade low

UK market for depositary receipts hurt by Russia crisis

Church of England ordains woman bishop

Bishop of Stockport Libby Lane makes history in York ceremony

Shale gas dealt further blow in UK

Industry hits back as MPs attack ‘undemocratic’ laws

Abbott rebuked for knighting Prince Philip

Gaffe-prone Australian PM sparks another controversy

Comment and Analysis

North Warwickshire, former MP, Mike O'Brien, campaigns in Bedworth high street ahead of the general election this year. To go with Mathew Engel copy, UK News.
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Parties fight it out in marginal seat

North Warwickshire constituency defines Middle England

Dollar rally only just getting started

Diverging policy pushes currency higher but tepid growth will take toll

Qualcomm chip. The company is contesting an anti-trust case brought by Chinese authorities
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China: Monopoly position

Architect of Beijing’s antitrust laws says they are being used in a turf war between regulators

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