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    Blackstone joins race for GE lending unit

    Blackstone, Apollo and Ares are among at least five groups expected to make an offer to acquire General Electric’s $16bnJames Fontanella-Khan and Henny Sender in New York

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    Standard Chartered to stop advising on Australian mining project

    Standard Chartered’s chairman has said that the bank will stop work as financial adviser on a vast coal mine in AustraliaMartin Arnold, Banking Editor

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    Advisory firm attacks Dimon’s cash bonus

    Shareholders at JPMorgan Chase should vote against Jamie Dimon’s pay package because the board awarded him a “largeTom Braithwaite in New York and Michael Stothard in Paris

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    Jorge Montepeque, architect of oil-pricing system, to leave Platts

    The architect of the system that underpins oil pricing around the world has announced he is leaving Platts after a shake upNeil Hume and David Sheppard

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    Vestas: making new fans

    In the UK, next to announcing a rave in your garden, nothing gets the neighbours on the phone quicker than proposing a wind

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    Inflation expectations spur bond sell-off

    So much for risk-free assets. In 12 days owners of German benchmark bonds have seen the plummeting price wipe out more thanJames Mackintosh

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    Greece on the brink

    Greece is said to be about to run out of money and yet there's no sign of a deal with its creditors. Gideon Rachman is13m 24secs

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    BofA says it is not ‘too big to manage’

    Bank of America put up a defence of its structure at its annual meeting on Wednesday, countering charges from a shareholderBen McLannahan in New York

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    Portsmouth FC’s former owner loses fight against extradition

    Vladimir Antonov, the former owner of Portsmouth football club, has failed in a High Court appeal against his extradition toJane Croft

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    Fracking: The energy revolution that shook the world

    To hunting, shooting and fishing, a rugged Oklahoman named Mark Crismon has added one more hobby: seismography. Festooned onBarney Jopson

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