BP flags Rosneft sanctions concern

Oil major says trade bars could have ‘material impact’

Higginson to become Wm Morrison chairman

Ex-Tesco finance director joins supermarket’s board

Date set for GSK China bribe trial

Foreign couple charged with ‘illegally obtaining private information’

Electra rejects Bramson’s board seat demand

PE firm also shuns activist manager’s request to lead strategy review

Yukos ruling adds to Russia isolation

EU and US set to ramp up sanctions over Ukraine

Date set for GSK China bribe trial

Foreign couple charged with ‘illegally obtaining private information’

Deutsche Bank takes lead in fixed income

Lender’s second-quarter net income falls more than expected

Terry Smith, the former chairman of Collins Stewart is pictured during an interview at the Financial TImes building in London.

Tullett revenues fall in markets lull

Interdealer broker battles markets constricted by regulation

PM to cut EU migrant benefit claim times

Cameron says he is acting to stop welfare tourism

Netanyahu defiant on Gaza despite pressure

Israel PM buoyed by strong support for campaign at home

Tokyo Olympic Games costs jump

Weak yen drives up price of materials

Comment and Analysis

India struggles with infrastructure dream

Modi must deal with previous projects that were stalled or aborted

Shale gas speed-up faces slow progress

Environmental constraints handicap Whitehall’s ambitions

Politics kept at bay in cheery Glasgow

Scotland’s staging of the Commonwealth Games has been joyful so far, marred little by discord

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