Big companies warn on China slowdown

Weaker growth in country set to hit second-half profits

SoulCycle spins the wheel for fitness IPO

Cult chain of indoor cycling studios had sales of $112m last year

Film-maker Relativity files for bankruptcy

Hollywood studio behind ‘Limitless’ to be auctioned off

Dollar up as Fed rate expectations build

Wall Street slips after two days of gains

US economy rebounds with 2.3% growth

Revisions show recovery has been slower than previously thought

KKR to inject $150m into India’s JBF

Funds will be used for a petrochemical plant and to pay down debt

MH370 search: Réunion debris examined

Malaysian PM says ‘very likely’ wreckage is from a B777

Ex-US regulator Bair to leave Santander

Former FDIC chief leaving to focus on college president role

Justices asked to rule on insider trading

DoJ asks US Supreme Court to clarify what constitutes a crime

Amazon pays $250m for ex-Top Gear trio

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May in new venture

Uber to plough $1bn into India drive

Ride-hailing app company to ramp up efforts in growing market

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Pressure on emerging markets, uncertainty on China and Fed rate rise concerns make explosive package

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