Suzuki hits record as Loeb reveals stake

US activist fund says Japanese carmaker appears ‘undervalued’

HSBC agrees Brazilian sale as profits rise

Increase of 10% beats analyst expectations

Mystery deepens over China’s ‘CEO monk’

Shaolin abbot accused of embezzling money

India launches crackdown on online porn

ISPs told to block access to more than 850 sites

Obama set to order tougher climate action

Carbon cuts face opposition from US political rivals and industry

Cooler walk-through trains have already come into service on the Circle Line

Tube upgrade to finish 4 years late

Thales awarded £760m contract after Bombardier deal collapsed

Nokia Navteq Software probe data in Berlin

Carmakers agree €2.8bn Nokia Here deal

Acquisition is attempt to head off Silicon Valley rivals

Rolls Royce engines

Rolls-Royce urged to accelerate cost cuts

Largest shareholder wants core aerospace business targeted

Buhari delays rattle Nigeria investors

Perception of a fiscal policy vacuum hits business confidence

China suspends Citadel brokerage account

Regulators seek to curb trading practices fuelling market plunge

Osborne out to top Thatcher era sales

Chancellor hopes for £32bn of sell-offs this financial year

Comment & Analysis

Why gold has lost its shine for investors

Metal has not reacted to events that would usually push up price

Index tracker fund price war heats up

BlackRock now the cheapest for tracking the FTSE All Share or FTSE 100 indices

Industrial giants caught in LED headlights

Philips, Osram and GE face decline of traditional light bulb units as new technology takes off

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