Norway oil fund to drop coal investments

Deal agreed on 30% threshold to define fossil-dependent groups

Dimon hits out at ‘lazy’ shareholders

JPMorgan chief criticises moves to vote against his pay deal

Apple eyes car as ‘ultimate mobile device’

Executive at iPhone maker hints at group’s automotive ambitions

Japan equities up as yen hits 12-year low

Nikkei up for 10th straight session as yen falls to 12-year low

Queen’s Speech: SNP challenge convention

Rose-wearing Nationalists break taboo on applause in chamber

Blair to step down as Middle East envoy

Former UK premier had poor relations with Palestinian Authority

Trafigura becomes big exporter of Russia oil

Benefit comes as sanctions target Kremlin-backed companies

Business chiefs warm to climate campaign

More embrace environmentally friendly actions

Over half world’s nations hatching jihadis

Al-Qaeda and Isis have 25,000 new members, UN says

Sonos Play 1 for Business Life

Sonos chief rings alarm on preferred stock

Tech veteran warns against hurting early investors

Libor rigging said to have begun in 2006

Jury shown emails about moving interbank lending rate

Comment & Analysis

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America best referee to discipline Fifa

The US has a long tradition and displays great vigour pursuing international criminality

The startling rise in short-sightedness

Cases of myopia have doubled in Europe

Election in Turkey will test Erdogan

Many millions of voters hope the national poll will show the president his limits

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