S&P could face charges over debt ratings

Rating agency receives Wells notice from SEC

Goldman rebuked over £1m legal fees claim

Judge takes unusual swipe at unitemised bill

Deutsche Bank’s US regulatory woes deepen

NY Fed warning on bank’s reporting raises stress test fears

S&P 500 at record high as earnings please

Geopolitical worries take back seat

Apple R&D spike hints at new products

More than just the annual iPhone refresh likely coming soon

Taiwan air crash claims 47 lives

TransAsia Airways lands just short of island runway

Israel fears damage from flight ban

Federal Aviation Administration cautious over rocket attacks

Green light for US money market funds reform

SEC finalises rules aimed at preventing run on investments

Google braced for European showdown

Push for ‘right to be forgotten’ demands to be extended globally

Pepsi urged to give activist board seat

Calstrs fund wants Nelson Peltz to shake up food and drink group

US oil groups ordered to renew railcars

Accelerated timetable follows fatal train crash in Quebec

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MH17 crash poses dilemma for America’s intelligence community

UK authors prevail in Man Booker longlist

Omissions include Donna Tartt and Ian McEwan

US should learn from Germany on jobs

Germans did not rely on central bank to solve unemployment issue

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