Brooks to resume as News UK CEO on Monday

Triumphant return of ex-journalist after phone-hacking scandal

European banks fight back in fixed income

US banks lose market share in bond, currency and commodities trade

Low inflation adds up to ECB conundrum

Downgrades set to dominate governing council meeting

Housebuilding boosts UK construction

Sector is expanding at a slower place than a year ago

Zero-hours contracts refuse to fade away

Rise of fifth in the past year to 2.4 per cent of the workforce

Eurostar delays after migrants found

Train operator suspended services as refugees found on tracks

Grocery warehouses worth more than shops

Investors seek out retailers’ ‘big boxes’ as ecommerce expands

MBK Partners closes in on Tesco Korea

Consortium led by S Korean buyout group named preferred bidder

Judge gives go-ahead to Uber lawsuit

Case to determine if 160,000 California drivers are employees

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Asos founder Nick Robertson steps down

Online retailer struggles after string of profit warnings

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Risk parity funds suffer a cruel summer

Market volatility takes its toll on a misunderstood strategy

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Google’s subtle tweak after restructure

Being a technology group has made it easier to rebrand

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Review: ‘The Lion Awakes’, Ashish Thakkar

An entrepreneur’s feel-good tale of African resourcefulness

China needs to learn how to talk to markets

Financial players punish governments for doing the right thing at the wrong time, says Mohamed El-Erian

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