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

Chevron investors win ‘historic’ vote

Power to nominate directors could fuel talk on climate change

Jawbone sues Fitbit on eve of IPO

Company claims rival poached employees who knew trade secrets

JPMorgan ordered to provide China details

SEC demands correspondence with Wang Qishan and other officials

Germany outpaces US in ‘wellbeing’ index

Inequality means Americans feel few benefits from rebound

Avago in late stage talks to buy Broadcom

A deal would create a chipmaker with a $70bn enterprise value

Over half world’s nations hatching jihadis

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

Lamborghini joins fast lane into SUVs

Italian group is latest marque to eye expanding segment

Michael Kors plunges on sales outlook

Shares hit as decade of growth in same-store figures ends

China eyes airspace over disputed waters

Prospect of air defence zone in South China Sea

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

US recovery masks tale of many cities

Data on 100 urban areas show patchwork of fortunes post crisis

Election in Turkey will test Erdogan

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

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