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    Derivatives rules threaten building society home loans

    The derivatives trades of UK building societies are being buffeted by tougher regulations that pose a challenge to theirJoe Rennison in London

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    Proxy advisers: Dimonised

    How to win friends and influence people. JPMorgan Chase boss Jamie Dimon says shareholders are “lazy” and “irresponsible”

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    Defence secretary dismisses Trident whistleblower claims

    The UK defence secretary has dismissed concerns about the safety of Britain’s nuclear weapons raised by a Royal NavyKiran Stacey, Political Correspondent

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    US tackles Brazil’s dirty game

    Before this week, José Maria Marin was best known in Brazil for getting caught on camera in 2012 furtively pocketing a goldJoe Leahy in São Paulo

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    Tories wrong to buy votes with housing

    In contemporary politics, buying votes retail is, quite properly, illegal. But buying votes wholesale is not. OfferingMartin Wolf

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    China energy: blowing in the wind

    Fossil fuels have been taking a lot of heat. Last week, a report from the IMF renewed attention on the hidden costs of dirty

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    What's behind Dimon's proxy jibe?

    JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon has criticised shareholders who use proxy advis​ers as 'lazy' and 'irresponsible'. Lex's Oliver2m 54secs

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    Edinburgh College of Art Degree Show

    Emily Binks poses at the preview for the Edinburgh College of Art Degree Show in Edinburgh, Scotland, with her sculptureAnnabel Cook

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    RBS may need to beef up Williams & Glyn business

    Royal Bank of Scotland could be forced to boost the size of its Williams & Glyn business following a government-commissionedEmma Dunkley

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    Chipmaker Avago to acquire Broadcom in $37bn deal

    Avago Technologies, a maker of semiconductors for smartphones, has struck a $37bn deal to acquire Broadcom in the latest andArash Massoudi in London, Richard Waters in San Francisco and James Fontanella-Khan in New York

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