Downing St behind challenge to Fridman deal

Scope of Russia sanctions sparked move over North Sea fields

Cyber security loophole found at bank

Vulnerability allows access to accounts ‘by the front door’

Living standards set to bounce back

Real incomes still 2% below 2009 levels, warns think-tank

India makes second rate cut

RBI decision at unscheduled meeting follows global easing moves

Tax havens linked to London property

Foreign companies hold 40,000 high-value homes in capital, study finds

LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 13: Eurostar's brand new e320 fleet is unveiled today complete with a live reveal of the train and special guests including Raymond Blanc and a catwalk show with 20 Eurostar staff at St Pancras Station on November 13, 2014 in London, England. (Photo by Tristan Fewings/Getty Images for Eurostar)

Eurostar sale raises £757m for Treasury

Cross-Channel train operator stake almost twice the anticipated sum

Greece in charts: Athens’ uphill struggle

The country faces a huge economic challenge despite bailout deal

US Democrats split on Netanyahu speech

Questions remain over whether Israeli leader won over centrists

Clinton paves way for White House run

Speech highlights fragility of recovery and takes aim at business

Concerns over Carney’s BoE revolution

Questions on extent of governor’s power, overlapping committees

Flying in to the Republic of Ireland

Ireland urges emigrants to come home

Move to woo investors and skilled expatriates as economy improves

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Japan business lobby’s 1st female executive

Keidanren shake-up comes amid Abe push for more women in workplace

A route to profit in the middle market

UK’s supermarkets show the key to success is to match a business’s position to its capabilities

Obama tests power of sanctions to limits

Economic penalties punish, but there is little evidence they change behaviour, writes Ian Bremmer

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"The Spanish Government 'would contribute 13-14% of the new bailout'. If I were a Spanish citizen, I would be livid. After all the austerity, bankruptcies, property collapse, continuing unemployment in Spain - they have to help the Greeks?? They need their money for their own citizens."
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