Investors back UK assets in relief rally

Pound gains on Scottish No vote, but slips back later

Cameron promises more devolution for UK

Prime minister moves to reassure his restive parliamentary party

Business relief over Scottish poll

Company bosses call for an end to uncertainty

Five takeaways from Alibaba’s pricing

China’s ecommerce company set for market capitalisation of £168bn

Pull of union proves too strong

More than three centuries of shared history win day for United Kingdom

Scottish Saltire flags wave in front of the logo for the Royal Bank of Scotland during a demonstration for Scottish Independence, Edinburgh, 21/9 2013 Photo ©:Mark Pinder +44 (0)7768 211174 mark@markpinderphotography.co.uk

UK financial shares jump on Scottish poll

RBS halts planning to shift headquarters

Boost from Scots ‘No’ may be shortlived

Slow-burning political risk for the UK will increase

It was business wot helped win it

Warnings from business leaders boosted No vote

Coffee groups seek bids for French brands

Sale of Café Grand’Mère and L’Or units could fetch about €480m

Hirai struggles to reignite Sony’s spark

Japanese group symbolises the fall of the country’s tech titans

Blu Tack

Arkema seeks to bond with Blu Tack maker

French chemicals group offers oil major Total €1.74bn for Bostik

Comment and Analysis

Illustration by Lucas Varela of how PR has invaded the newsroom
©Lucas Varela

The invasion of corporate news

The lines between journalism and PR are becoming blurred as businesses bypass traditional media to get their message across

illustration by James Ferguson of MI6 chief Sir John Sawers
©James Ferguson

Sir John Sawers

MI6 head breaks cover to talk to Lionel Barber - the first on-the-record interview with the spy chief

Hands on with the iPhone 6 on Apple’s big day

Tim Bradshaw reviews the latest offering from the tech giant

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