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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
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
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
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
In the UK, next to announcing a rave in your garden, nothing gets the neighbours on the phone quicker than proposing a wind
So much for risk-free assets. In 12 days owners of German benchmark bonds have seen the plummeting price wipe out more thanJames Mackintosh
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
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
Vladimir Antonov, the former owner of Portsmouth football club, has failed in a High Court appeal against his extradition toJane Croft
To hunting, shooting and fishing, a rugged Oklahoman named Mark Crismon has added one more hobby: seismography. Festooned onBarney Jopson
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