Canary Wharf project wins approval

Wood Wharf to have more than 3,000 homes

Royal Mail faces a struggle to deliver

Pricing changes and intensifying competition hit revenues

Credit Suisse trims operations after loss

Bank to quit commodities trading business

Saudi stock market to open to foreigners

Global fund managers gain direct access to Gulf’s chief bourse

US Senate ire at $6bn tax ‘fiction’

Renaissance Technologies, Deutsche Bank and Barclays accused

Yahoo buys Flurry for app analytics

Among the biggest acquisitions since Tumblr purchase

Barclays ‘dark pool’ trades dry up

Clients flee in wake of US lawsuit over high frequency activity

Indonesia poised for election result

Subianto, predicted to have lost the poll, said he would reject the results

Fund managers braced for market shake-up

New US rules cast doubt on direction of $900bn of assets

Time Warner changes rules as Fox circles

Defensive move designed to block any hostile bid from Murdoch

LME hands copper traders a ‘standing’ order

Fines for breaches of open outcry etiquette in ‘the Ring’

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Israelis resolute under missile shield

Lack of pressure on political leaders to end deadly conflict

A brave new world for pensioners

Osborne’s reforms must be underpinned by robust rules

Agony goes on for cricket’s Captain Cook

Traumatic struggles for England’s sporting leaders

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