Head of RBS’s investment bank resigns

Rory Cullinan falls out with senior management over strategy

US and UK warn of Nigeria vote-rigging

Early results put Jonathan narrowly ahead of Buhari

Cook hits out at ‘religious freedom’ bill

Critics claim Indiana law would discriminate against gays

Bumpy start for Labour business launch

Executives complain about being dragged into political domain

Co-pilot suffered suicidal tendencies

Lubitz had psychotherapy several years ago, say prosecutors

Shipowner warns private equity investors

Tsakos says oversupply could ‘destroy’ markets

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Yoox and Net-a-Porter in merger talks

Online fashion retailers could announce deal as soon as Tuesday

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BoE to stress test banks in global crisis

Scenario includes plunge in Chinese growth and eurozone recession

Bank of Canada chief bemoans oil fall

Slump having ‘atrocious’ effect on country’s economy

Beijing urged to halt cyber security move

US fears missing out on lucrative financial services market

Final push for Iran nuclear deal

Key elements of negotiations show signs of unravelling

Comment and Analysis

Technology will free us from bad banking

A ‘national grid’ would end the big banks’ control of infrastructure, writes Philip Augar

The unwritten rules of life in China

Mould your own way rather than use kindergarten morality

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Scots take delight in southern discomfort

Invasion from the north tests bonds of UK union

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