Citi architect criticises its retreat

Reed paints Corbat’s pullback from 11 markets as shortsighted

Loeb urges Amgen to explore a break-up

Activist investor says biotech company is trading at a discount

Ben Bradlee, Washington Post, 1921-2014

Journalist who oversaw Watergate coverage has died aged 93

Asia bourses follow Wall Street higher

Solid Japan export data buoy Nikkei, Hang Seng stronger

Apple in deal to keep plans secret

Settlement over contracts with bankrupt sapphire supplier GT

A photo taken on September 30, 2014 shows barbed wire set near an underground gas storage in the village of Opari, some 70 kms south-west from Lviv
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Russia slaps conditions on Ukraine gas

Fears energy stand-off could hit winter supplies to Europe

Fed did not act on JPMorgan ‘whale’ fears

Report finds regulator failed to share concerns over bank unit

British Columbia cuts tax in LNG push

Lower rate key to Canada’s efforts to entice Asian buyers

EU leans on big banks for bailout fund

System favours Germany and Spain but not France

Morgan Stanley mulls sale of gas business

Bank’s move after Fed raises concerns about risks

US regulator accuses Ocwen of backdating

Alleged lapse in process caused borrowers ‘significant harm’

Comment and Analysis

Debate rages on QE inequality allegations

Officials uneasy over claim that policy directed money to rich

Turkey struggles with Isis reverberations

Ankara’s attitude towards Kobani risks reigniting conflict with Kurds

Mexico is struggling over rule of law

The country needs security and order as much as economic reform

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