Vote averts homeland security shutdown

Republican leaders extend funding by nine months to end crisis

Petraeus pleads guilty over leaks to lover

Deal caps spectacular fall for celebrated former CIA boss

Clinton defends use of personal emails

Former secretary of state used private account in office

Asia retreats following Wall Street lead

Disappointing GDP report weighs on Australian shares

Europe considers ‘two-speed’ internet

Reform package would open a transatlantic divide

Glencore chief upbeat on oil trading

Strong performance predicted if market trends persist

Ukraine sharply raises rates to 30%

Move to shore up plunging currency and temper spiralling inflation

Retreat from investment banking gathers pace

RBS to slash jobs and Barclays chief impatient for turnround

India makes second unscheduled rate cut

RBI joins global monetary easing move at unscheduled meeting

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Citi to sell OneMain to Springleaf

Former AIG unit becomes biggest subprime lender in $4.25bn deal

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BlackBerry unveils touchscreen smartphone

Handset release is first of four planned for this year

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Moody’s two-notch cut to junk status sparks debt sell-off

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