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a screen shot of the online payment site PayPal.
The online marketplace giant eBay will spin off its PayPal payments business after months of pressure from Carl Icahn
State-backed lender says it will 'significantly outperform' its previous guidance for bad debt provisions of £1 billion
Commission said it believed Ireland’s decisions on tax “in favour of the Apple group constitute state aid”
The Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne addresses the Conservative party conference
The economy recovered faster with illegal drugs included in the statistics
Sounded the alert as a precaution after a flat September
Average Briton pays £51 a month to watch all live Premier Live games - highest in Europe
Payday lender hit by multi-million pound bill to "fake lawyers" scandal
Judge Griesa says Buenos Aires taking deliberate steps to evade his ruling
Biggest single investment in since website launch
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Smartphone hitting shelves on 17 October in late launch
Banking group is also withholding £3 million in bonuses from the eight, whom it would not name
Paul Coyle was arrested in January and will appear at Harrogate Magistrates Court next month
Shares plunged more than 20% in London trading
Bostock set to replace Ana Botin as chief executive of UK banking arm
Swiss bank in talks with regulators to settle foreign exchange rigging charges
Protesters clash with riot police in Hong Kong on 27 September 2014
Total of 29 branches and ATMs closed as protests continue
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Shareholders may welcome a takeover after poor performances from recent films
Banks getting round the table with the watchdog to negotiate their fines shows what’s wrong with the system, writes Chris Blackhurst
Mr Osborne, who is on a two-day trip to India with Foreign Secretary William Hague, said the two countries would see greater investment in each other’s economies and more job creation.
The Independent's economics editor Ben Chu takes a closer look at the revised GDP figures
Royal Bank of Scotland announce their highest shares in nearly a year
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Carmen Segarra had said she was surprised by a remark at Goldman. A fellow regulator told her, ‘You didn’t hear that’
The leaking of confidential conversations with the Fed reveals an alarming truth: Wall Street regulators are paid by Wall Street to take Wall Street at its word. No wonder the banks always seem to get away with it, says the acclaimed author Michael Lewis
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The Italian banking system has been under severe pressure for years, losing money in 2011, 2012 and 2013, according to ECB figures, says David Brierly
Tesco has a reputation as a cut-throat employer where staff are pushed hard to achieve targets
On Sunday, we went to bed thinking that while Tesco had its problems, it was still a giant of a company and would soon correct itself. On Monday morning, we realised we were mistaken, writes Chris Blackhurst
An employment office in San Francisco during the 1930s: it took a war to end the Great Depression
the risks of raising interest rates too soon are greater than inflation overshooting, writes David Blanchflower
UK managing director of Egon Zehnder
Initiative aims to end male dominance in the boardrooms of top firms, Serina Sandhu
Labour market experts Stephen Machin and David Blanchflower argue Threadneedle Street will have to revise forecasts
The intense pressure to conform, to not make waves, has got to be the most depressing part of all, for a genuinely ambitious young person, writes Michael Lewis
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The shouts on the streets of Hong Kong are being heard in Paternoster Square. As protesters took to the streets of the former colony’s business district to call for democracy, traders in London were hitting “sell” on companies that do business in Hong Kong. HSBC was the worst hit, with its shares falling 15.2p to 635p. The emerging markets specialist Standard Chartered ended 19p lower at 1,155.5p as both banks were forced to close their offices in Hong Kong.

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