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Universities hit plan to deport graduates

Home secretary’s proposal draws criticism from colleges

Record number of rich Russians head to UK

Investor visas up 69% this year as Moscow economic woes worsen

Rolls-Royce pledges greater openness

Chief seeks to mend fences after year of missteps

Parrot sees drone sales gain altitude

Jump of 130 per cent in Q3 as people seek to film themselves

Grim year for UK profit warnings

Worst period for large listed companies since 2008

US regulator probes ETF pricing

NY Fed fears unit prices might not always reflect underlying asset values

Russia blocks Facebook protest page

Thousands sign up in support of opposition leader facing jail

Rising olive oil price is pressing matter

Output falls sharply in Spain and Italy, with prices back at 2008 levels

Ebola-hit countries still servicing debt

Repayments go through despite international pressure

Falling oil price hits South Sudan hard

Pipeline contract means war-torn nation gets under $25 a barrel

Barclays limits potential Asia clients

UK lender in ‘merciless’ review of activities in the region

Comment and Analysis

Investment: Loser’s game

With as few as 10 per cent of US active managers beating their benchmark in 2014, they are having to employ new tactics

Law partner and mother? Do a split shift

A senior lawyer has found a way to combine career and mothering

...Jeremy Helsby, the CEO of Savils. Photographed at their central London HQ. Photograph: Rosie Hallam
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Jeremy Helsby: beyond country houses

The CEO of estate agent Savills remains a London property bull

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