Iceland feels the chill from discounters

Frozen food group says profits under pressure as it changes focus

Wine claims top drink title from beer

Brewers cheer sales rise but warn of tax threat to pubs

Data experts admit housing inflation error

Underestimated rent rises distorted CPIH measure, says ONS

Regulator steps up monitoring of Deutsche

FCA puts bank’s London office into ‘enhanced supervision’

British Airways takes delivery of its first A380 at Heathrow Airport, London this morning.

Qatar Airways buys 10% stake in IAG

Deal to strengthen ties with owner of BA and Iberia

US growth slows to 2.6% in fourth quarter

Marked slowdown from 5% pace in third quarter

Cadbury jobs to go in Bournville rescue

US owner to invest £75m in exchange for changes in work practices

Forensics: sleuths, secrets and science

Army and Islamists clash in north Sinai

Attacks raise fresh alarm about threat posed by armed militants

London mayor’s Olympicopolis gathers pace

Critics say plans exacerbate capital-centric arts funding

Cheaper oil puts wood on the back burner

Subsidy scheme to encourage use of renewable fuels is put to test

New Saudi king stamps his authority

Salman overhauls security, political and economic officials

Comment and Analysis

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From glasnost to the Kremlin’s line of fire

How a Russian civil rights group went from symbol of Gorbachev-era openness to target of the state

A new plot twist to India’s publishing boom

A rising generation of local mass-market authors is just one sign of an industry in the grip of rapid change

Jonathan McHugh illustration
©Jonathan McHugh

UK must hold Russian elite to account

Litvinenko’s murder has been treated as a spy story - but it is terrorism, says Anne Applebaum

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