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The government is seeking concessions over a proposed US-EU trade deal in an attempt to douse growing public concerns aboutJim Pickard, Chief Political Correspondent
Apple posted the largest net income of any public company in history in the three months to December, as record iPhone salesTim Bradshaw in San Francisco and Eric Platt in New York
Yahoo plans to spin-off its stake in Chinese ecommerce group Alibaba in what it says will be a tax-free transaction, sendingHannah Kuchler in San Francisco
The Financial Conduct Authority’s approach to the media, lambasted in an independent report , remains a point of tensionCaroline Binham, Financial Regulation Correspondent
Islamist gunmen driving a car bomb blasted their way past security at the Libyan capital’s smartest five-star hotel onBorzou Daragahi in Cairo
Gallery technicians at Sotheby’s Bond Street get ready to exhibit five Monet’s with a value in excess of 70 million prior toMarcus Cotton
Vitol, one of the world’s leading commodities traders, is to develop a $7bn offshore oil and gas project in Ghana with ENI,Neil Hume and Chris Adams in London
EasyJet on Tuesday predicted it would report lower than expected first-half losses partly because falling oil prices areJane Wild
US private equity firm Bain Capital has acquired another piece of Britain’s industrial heritage, sealing a deal for carAndy Sharman in London and James Fontanella-Khan in New York
Expectations are high for Apple as it publishes its first-quarter earnings, with analysts forecasting that it sold more thanTim Bradshaw
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