BGC in hostile $675m bid for rival GFI

Inter-dealer broker acts after ‘delays’ in striking negotiated deal

SuperGroup founder Dunkerton steps down

Former Co-op Group chief Euan Sutherland takes helm

Ben Bradlee, Washington Post, 1921-2014

Journalist who oversaw Watergate coverage has died aged 93

Supercity of north wins more backing

Brics acronym inventor calls for ‘ManSheffLeedsPool’ blueprint

Citi architect criticises its retreat

Reed paints Corbat’s pullback from 11 markets as shortsighted

Peugeot turnround boosted by China sales

Company has expanding in Asia under new CEO Carlos Tavares

Investigators probe Total jet crash

Corporate aeroplane struck snowplough on take-off in Moscow

A photo taken on September 30, 2014 shows barbed wire set near an underground gas storage in the village of Opari, some 70 kms south-west from Lviv
©Yuriy Dyachyshyn/AFP

Russia slaps conditions on Ukraine gas

Fears energy stand-off could hit winter supplies to Europe

Margaret Hodge, who chairs the Commons' public accounts committee
©Charlie Bibby

‘Little progress’ in deporting criminals

Spending watchdog attacks efforts to identify foreign offenders

Fed did not act on JPMorgan ‘whale’ fears

Report finds regulator failed to share concerns over bank unit

Potential ebola treatment highlights Fujifilm makeover

Nimble transformation belies Japan Inc’s reputation

Comment and Analysis

Debate rages on QE inequality allegations

Officials uneasy over claim that policy directed money to rich

Epitaph for France does a lively trade

Writing the country off has become a popular national pursuit, says Hugh Carnegy

Mexico is struggling over rule of law

The country needs security and order as much as economic reform

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