Canary Wharf project wins approval

Extension includes more than 3,000 homes

Leslau sells Max Property to Blackstone

Entrepreneur says £448m deal is not calling top of property market

Cath Kidston stake sale to fund Asian push

Target of 100 shops selling designer’s chintzy prints eyed in China

Government to spin off more public jobs

Maude to promote ‘mutuals’ as alternative to state ownership

Apple eyes return to high of $100 shares

Earnings expected to buoy tech group with new products on horizon

Saudi stock market to open to foreigners

Global fund managers gain direct access to $530bn bourse

UK borrowing higher than expected

Public finances fail to keep up with recovery

Credit Suisse trims operations after loss

Bank to quit commodities trading business

Publicis warns of ‘difficult’ year

Cancelled ad campaigns dent second-quarter revenue

US Senate ire at $6bn tax ‘fiction’

Renaissance Technologies, Deutsche Bank and Barclays accused

Barclays ‘dark pool’ trades dry up

Clients flee in wake of US lawsuit over high frequency activity

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