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    Bank of England shake-up aims to boost transparency

    The Bank of England will begin an overhaul of the way it sets interest rates on Wednesday with a trial of a new meetingChris Giles, Economics Editor

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    Tata Motors hit by Chinese slowdown

    India’s Tata Motors unveiled a large and unexpected fall in fourth-quarter earnings as the owner of Jaguar Land RoverDavid Keohane in Mumbai and Andy Sharman in London

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    Rishi Khosla: pioneer of challenger banking

    Rishi Khosla says he relishes a challenge. That is just as well, as his latest venture, OakNorth, is one of the UKEmma Dunkley

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    Acquiring proven entrepreneurs is a smart way to innovate

    Nearly every company understands the urgent need for innovation. Technology and globalisation have so accelerated changeReid Hoffman

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    Nadal returns

    Rafael Nadal of Spain plays a shot to Quentin Halys of France during their men’s singles match at the French Open tennisChris Batson

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    Deutsche Bank fined for misstating derivatives losses

    The Securities and Exchange Commission has found that Deutsche Bank materially misstated losses on a giant derivativesTom Braithwaite and Kara Scannell in New York

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    Bank of England’s Martin Taylor attacks ringfencing detractors

    Former Barclays’ chief executive Martin Taylor has delivered a stinging rebuke to the growing opposition against the forcedLaura Noonan, Investment Banking Correspondent

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    Vodafone resumes work on potential IPO of India division

    Vodafone has resumed work to help decide whether to proceed with an initial public offering of its Indian business after theDaniel Thomas, Telecoms Correspondent

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    Ryanair — a tale of two hedges

    The budget airline’s profits have climbed two​-thirds after its customer service overhaul​,​ buoying its shares. Lex’s3m 5secs

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    OECD reappoints Angel Gurría as chief

    Angel Gurría has been reappointed to the helm of the OECD, after the 34 member countries of thegroup that aims to promoteFerdinando Giugliano, Economics Correspondent

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