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James Moore is Deputy Business Editor at The Independent.

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Credit Suisse dragged into 'dark pool' probe

Credit Suisse today became the latest bank dragged into the escalating “dark pool” trading scandal.

Lloyds first-half profits plunge as cost of PPI compensation tops £10bn

The bank increased its PPI provisions by £600 million as it warned of increased clear-up costs

BBA warns new crackdown on bankers could damage London

Bankers face jail time and could have their bonuses taken back

Barclays dragged down by investment bank arm

Pre-tax profits for the first half of the year fell 7% to £3.35 billion on revenues down 12% to £13.3 billion

More banks drawn into ‘dark pool’ investigation

Scandal engulfed the banking sector again yesterday as the Swiss bank UBS and Deutsche Bank admitted that they had been dragged alongside Barclays into an escalating inquiry into predatory high-frequency traders in so-called “dark  pool” stock exchanges.

James Moore: Impressive Next leads the fashion pack

Outlook They say youth will have its day. Next adhered to that principle when it appointed Simon – now Lord – Wolfson as chief executive at the tender age of 33, a decision that has worked out rather well for the company.

James Moore: Who can predict what will emerge from swamp?

Outlook It isn’t a great surprise that the results filed by Deutsche Bank and UBS are awash with legal and regulatory costs and provisions.

James Moore: Andrew Higginson faces a tough time transforming Morrisons

Outlook They’re playing musical chairs in supermarket boardrooms again, and all the seats are hot ones.

How Lloyds bit the hand that fed it

Outlook: Even so, its £105m fine amounts to little more than a rounding error to Lloyds

Lloyds to pay £217 million over Libor rigging

‘Every little helps...’  Culture of fiddling costs Lloyds £217m in fines

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Samuel Beckett's biographer reveals secrets of the writer's time as a French Resistance spy

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As this year's Samuel Beckett festival opens in Enniskillen, James Knowlson, recalls how the Irish writer risked his life for liberty and narrowly escaped capture by the Gestapo
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David Crookes meets two of the genre's most popular voices
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