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The Treasury will generate £585.1m in revenues from the sale of its 40 per cent stake in the Channel Tunnel train operator
The dress can be seen in different colours
An Observer investigation alleged that that the company used child labour in India
Founder José Neves said it would have been worth more if not for the recent bad form among online retailers
Amal Clooney was honoured as the second most powerful Arab woman in the world
Ten nationalised companies that the UK government still owns, at least in part
Novartis headquarters in Basel
Von Plotho was employed by the exclusive bank
More than four fifths of the world's coal reserves cannot be burned if global temperatures are to stay below dangerous levels, a new study has suggested
Huge volumes of fossil fuel reserves could be left 'stranded' if strong targets were agreed
David Potts started out as a Saturday boy in Tesco
Leeds Crown Court heard how Coyle used his wife's name to buy Ocado shares online
Barclays’ New York office is being pursued by state prosecutors who say it failed to police its dark pools
The Barclays chief executive said he believed it was “appropriate” for him to accept his bonus
A life insurance certificate allows Max-Hervé George to trade on last week's prices
The social network is trying to convince investors it can be as profitable as Facebook
Tech giants are investing heavily in smart watches. Apple’s own big launch is next week. But is the demand there?
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Anthony Jenkins says he is ready for the high-tech battle with PayPal and Amazon
Barclays chief Antony Jenkins spoke of "great frustration" dealing with regulatory issues
IHOP is giving away stacks of buttermilk pancakes for charity
Jean Camara said he was sent to work outside after refusing to handle pork
Falling global oil prices are putting tens-of-thousands of jobs at risk
Mikhail Fridman and Lord Browne have rounded on the UK Government
A major US property developer is making its UK debut delivering “tens of thousands” of new homes in the UK
‘We hope the UK will choose to stay in the EU, and continue this mutually beneficial relationship,’ said Tom Enders. But he added that Airbus would not take flight
There has been speculation that the plane manufacturer could reduce its UK presence if Britain votes to leave the EU
The tech industry spawned 23 new billionaires in 2014
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Dancers of Cuba national ballet perform during the rehearsal of 'Swan lake' in Madrid on September 8, 2009.
Mikhail Fridman has bought Paris Gardens for £61m from McLaren Property
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In a speech today, the Prime Minister is expected to declare that “our goal is a Britain where everyone who works hard can have a home of their own”
A younger generation find themselves locked out of the housing market even as Feb figures show slight price fall
Auntie is not fit for privatisation and, possibly, never will be, says Mark Leftly
Barclays to set aside nearly £500m
'Adjusting out' the nasty bits doesn't give us a clearer picture of Barclays, says James Moore
Germany and Greece succeeded in agreeing on a breakthrough of a four-month bailout extension
Greece fundamentally suffers from lack of revenue, says Satyajit Das
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Warren Buffett is the exception - fund managers must be monitored
It might be time to divert some watchdog resources towards the fund-management industry, says James Moore
Nemtsov in 2012; he was, said Britain’s former ambassador to Russia, ‘charismatic, determined, and, finally, brave’
Britain must toughen up on money laundering and corruption in the spirit of Nemtsov, says Jim Armitage
The rise in net migration was among the items of bad news for the Government
Despite what Governor Mark Carney has claimed the Bank of England does not have the tools to make it go away, says David Blanchflower
MPs will publish recommendations aimed at improving small business productivity this week
David Prosser: Small businesses hold the key to raising Britain's productivity
The venture dug a hole for itself when it sought to raise funds for its Russian goldmines
Petropavlovsk's shareholders yesterday voted to wipe out the value of their investment. Jim Armitage reports on how the shine came off the company
David Potts started out as a Saturday boy in Tesco
After a vertiginous rise through the ranks of rival Tesco, David Potts was yesterday named boss of Morrisons. So are his former employers in his sights? Simon Neville finds out
Six banks were fined, including Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), for trying to manipulate foreign-currency prices are a stark reminder of the need for sweeping changes
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