Turkey and EU seal deal on migration

Brussels approves package aimed at garnering Turkish backing

Tenth quarter of outflows for Aberdeen

Investment company hit by continuing turmoil in emerging markets

Billionaires in clean energy push

Gates, Bezos, Ma and Zuckerberg target low-emission technology

Corbyn asserts authority over Labour MPs

Unite union’s McCluskey warns against using Syria to stage a coup

Modi sets out climate change duty for rich states

Warning sets huge task for summit

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Amazon shows new Prime Air drone

Clarkson video highlights footage of part helicopter, part plane

Bono hires Douglas Alexander as adviser

Former Labour MP may have found what he was looking for

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Andre Esteves, Chairman & CEO of BTG Pactual talks during an interview with journalists of the Financial Times, in Sao Paulo July 22, 2014.
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BTG Pactual replaces Esteves as chief

Brazilian investment bank distances itself from billionaire

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Funding Circle launches P2P trust

Fund invests in small business loans in UK, US and Europe

Israel suspends EU role in peace process

Response to bloc’s move to label goods from occupied territories

Warning over pensions ‘premier league’

Review says sector faces huge consolidation in next five years

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