Canada ramps up security amid new risks

Fatal attacks stoke national debate over role in world

PC market recovery boosts Microsoft

Strong growth in cloud computing services cheers Wall Street

Amazon shares tumble on big loss

Seattle-based retailer reports net loss of $437m

UK spies collect international emails

Agencies do not need ministerial sign-off, says Hammond

Tesco admits overstating profits for longer

Broadbent will stand down to draw line under affair

HSBC employees in NY allege retaliation

Plaintiffs claim they suffered after reporting harassment of colleague

Nato flexes muscles in Baltics

More jets patrol the skies amid Russian incursions

BoE sets out plans for failing lenders

Central bank aims to prevent costs failing on taxpayers

Credit Suisse cuts investment bank again

Aim is to cut leverage exposure by a further SFr70bn

Industry response to Ebola quickens

Drugmakers to be offered indemnity for new vaccine

All eyes on the ECB as stress tests loom

Sunday will reveal health reports on 130 eurozone banks

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