China market probe targets quant traders

Unscrupulous traders may have been posing as state investors

BG profits hit by oil price drop

Group forecasts 2015 capex will be 30 per cent lower than 2014

Osborne plans public sector pay-off cap

BBC and BoE will also be urged to end 6 figure severance payments

Europe stocks steady after Shanghai dips

US short-term yields hit multiyear highs

Lord Seb Coe, Chairman of LOGOC. Photographed at their office in Canary Wharf this afternoon.

Chime agrees to £374m takeover

WPP and Providence acquire sports-focused marketing services group

Coca-Cola bottlers in merger talks

European deal aimed at simplifying manufacturing chain

IAG sets high targets as profits rise 40%

Airlines owner cites successful cost-cutting drives

S Korean billionaire eyes Fifa presidency

Chung says football body must look beyond Europe for leadership

Air to Air - images taken over Baltic airspace by Typhoon pilots, intercepting Russian Mikoyan MiG-31 aircraft. On Friday 24th July as part of NATO’s ongoing mission to police Baltic airspace, RAF Typhoons intercepted 10 Russian aircraft during a single Baltic Air Patrol, Quick Reaction Alert mission: The Typhoon aircraft, from 6 (Fighter) Squadron, RAF Lossiemouth were launched after multiple groups of aircraft were detected by NATO air defences in international airspace near to the Baltic States. Once airborne, the RAF jets identified the aircraft as 4 x FULLBACKS Sukhoi Su-34 fighters, 4 x FOXHOUNDS Mikoyan MiG-31 fighters and 2 x Antonov An26 ‘CURL’ transport aircraft who appeared to be carrying out a variety of routine training. The Russian aircraft were monitored by the RAF Typhoons and escorted on their way.

Nato jets intercept Russian aircraft

Alliance sees steady rise in airspace provocations

In this Jan. 20, 2015 file photo, Ryan Kavanaugh, chief executive officer of Relativity Studios, attends the Los Angeles Premiere of "Black or White" held at Regal Cinemas in Los Angeles. Relativity Media, the struggling "mini major" Hollywood studio behind movies such as "Immortals" and "Mirror Mirror," has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The filing Thursday, July 30, 2015, came a day after Relativity announced it was laying off 75 of its approximately 350 employees

Film-maker Relativity files for bankruptcy

Hollywood studio behind ‘Limitless’ to be auctioned off

Black athlete taunts fuel Australia race row

Government is considering referendum on indigenous rights

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Cecil puts game hunting in crosshairs

Up to 6,000 lions bred in southern Africa so they can be shot

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