World’s most advanced spyware let loose

Symantec says ‘Regin’ probably run by western intelligence

Museum accepts art from Nazi dealer’s son

Kunstmuseum Bern takes bequest from Cornelius Gurlitt

US oil imports from Opec at 30-year low

Domestic production at 9m b/d, its highest since the 1980s

Petrofac shares plunge 20% on warning

Oilfield services group says fall in crude prices to hit earnings

King Carlsen retains world chess crown

Norwegian beats Anand with game to spare

Aviva falls 4.5 per cent on Friends deal

Analysts mixed on benefits of takeover for Aviva

Samsung eyes management shake-up

Founding family looks to cement control over S Korean business empire

Neil Woodford

Regional elections deliver Renzi warning

Turnout slumps across Italy but support for Northern League surges

Working families hit by poverty shift

Employment no longer definitive escape from hardship, study finds

Fortnum & Mason prospers with new stores

Record profits for luxury food and gift retailer

Graphene investors take bite at market

Wonder material developed in Manchester set to go into dentures

Comment and Analysis

Oil markets: A new chapter for Opec?

After enjoying years of stability, the producers’ cartel is facing a prolonged stretch of lower prices

Telecoms struggle with content strategies

Companies compete for programming and push up prices, writes Jonathan Ford

China cut unlikely to halt slowdown: analysts

PBoC move is fine tuning, not policy reversal

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