Cameron told to rewrite Brexit poll question

Current wording biased towards ‘Yes’ vote, says electoral watchdog

Asos founder set to step down

Online retailer struggled after string of profit warnings

Oil bear bets on return to $25 a barrel

Hedge fund manager reckons market will remain oversupplied

China worries leave global stocks bruised

Oil prices slide after spectacular rally

Migrants barred from Budapest station

European leaders trade barbs as police prevent onward travel

Obama pushes to strengthen Arctic ice fleet

President wants to close gap with Russia in strategic region

Banks face €61.5bn hit from rule change

UK pension group dubs IFRS 9 as ‘fundamentally flawed’

India pulls back from $6.4bn tax raid

Government will not apply MAT to foreign institutional investors

LVMH bags ex-Apple executive

Ian Rogers’ appointment highlights links between digital and luxury

US clean energy suffers from lack of wind

Softest air currents in 40 years cut power sales to utilities

Whirlpool makes approach for Aga

Board says it will recommend earlier bid from Middleby

Comment & Analysis

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

Moral hazard and abundant seed capital

Selling equity to venture capitalists has become a lucrative business model, writes Murad Ahmed

DDMWGN Kensington Kinema, Leonard Place, Kensington, London, 1928. Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company
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Picture palaces fall prey to developers

Landmark façades in high street being razed at an alarming rate

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