Apple under EU scrutiny over streaming

Concern amid battle over future of free music streaming services

Eon made to pay £7.75m for overcharging

Regulator found energy provider incorrectly levied exit fees

Brussels ready to turn up heat on Google

Possible revival of antitrust case by new top team at regulator

Bishop joins bid to revive faith in banks

Banking Standards Board assembles diverse team to raise standards

Morgan Stanley chief lands $22.5m package

James Gorman gets 25% pay rise for 2014

London’s start-ups secure record funding

UK fledgling digital companies boosted by US venture capitalists

Alliance Trust-Elliott row intensifies

Investment trust rejects accusations of misstating its cost base

Corporate backlash hits ‘anti-gay’ bills

States backtrack on new laws as Walmart and GE join critics

London workers face disruption after fire

Roads closed, buses diverted and offices without power in Holborn

McDonald’s to raise wages for US workers

Rise of at least $1 an hour follows Walmart’s move to lift pay

Labour says critics part of Tory campaign

Party says newspaper letter ‘plays into our hands’

Comment and Analysis

Jay Z launched Tidal with a host of other pop starts, including Madonna

Tidal tilts power back to record labels

Launch of music streaming service signals a shift from tech companies, says Ludovic Hunter-Tilney

Lib Dems nervously eye post-election future

SNP could emerge as third force at Westminster

Miliband’s flawed swipe at zero-hours contracts

Labour cannot abolish insecure work but might just raise standards

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