Sport Andy Murray recorded his first win since his comeback from injury after he beat Stanislas Wawrinka in straight-sets

The reigning Wimbledon champion suffered defeat on Thursday to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga but recovered to beat the Swiss in Abu Dhabi

James Moore: Alliance puts a crafty boot into its pension-holders

Outlook Alliance Boots has been taking flak for allegedly putting the future returns of its 20,000 pensioners at risk by offering to change the way plans are paid.

Prosecutors fly to Libya to freeze Gaddafi's Swiss assets

Swiss officials have gone into Libya to help the National Transitional Council (NTC) freeze the Gaddafi regime's assets in their tax haven.

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BP has lost Russia's brave new frontier. So where next?

The British oil giant has reinvented itself since the Gulf of Mexico spill, but it will have to find new markets to impress investors, writes Mark Leftly

BP frozen out of Arctic drilling as Rosneft turns to ExxonMobil

BP was left out in the cold yesterday after its US rival ExxonMobil struck an agreement to explore Russia's oil-rich Arctic continental shelf with Rosneft, moving in just months after the collapse of a similar pact between the state energy giant and the UK group.

David Prosser: Dudley's only Russian option now is the onehe wanted least of all

Outlook BP could not have expected Rosneft to wait forever. Still, it is always painful to see one's former partner stepping out with someone else, let alone a major rival – and all the more so given that BP and Rosneft were just about to exchange vows before a troublesome member of the audience announced it certainly did know of a lawful impediment to the wedding. Sadly, BP's Russian partners at TNK-BP could not be persuaded to forever hold their peace.

Exxon sues US government over rights to oil field

The US government and the country's largest oil company are heading for a court showdown over rights to one of the Gulf of Mexico's largest oil finds. ExxonMobil had taken three leases on drilling rights to an oil field worth tens of billions of dollars, but the leases expired in 2008 and the government unexpectedly refused to renew them.

Margareta Pagano: Can the stock market give us the answers?

Who knows which of our business leaders the Chancellor George Osborne listens to as he looks for fresh thinking to boost growth, but he could do worse than have a chat with Xavier Rolet, the head of the London Stock Exchange.

Apple overtakes Exxon asthe world's biggest company

Apple has become the largest publicly-traded company in the world, surpassing the oil giant ExxonMobil in yesterday'sturbulent stock markets. The company which revolutionised personal computing in the Eighties only to come close to collapse in the Nineties, is now selling three iPhones or iPads every second of every day.

Sean O'Grady: The yuan should take over, but we need not write the dollar's obituary yet

For the bulk of human history gold was the global currency; then came sterling, whose rise accompanied Britain's ascent to workshop of and banker to, the world.

River oil-spill danger 'is over'

The danger of more oil leaking from Exxon Mobil Corp's ruptured pipeline in Montana has ended, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said.

Locals doubt Exxon claim on Yellowstone oil spill's impact

The oil company Exxon Mobil faced a mixture of scepticism and outright hostility yesterday after its president claimed that no wildlife had been harmed in an accident which saw an estimated 1,000 barrels of crude oil spilled directly into one of the most scenic waterways in the American West.

Pipeline leak turns Yellowstone black

An oil pipeline running under the Yellowstone River has ruptured and leaked hundreds of barrels of oil into the waterway and caused a 25-mile plume, fouling the riverbank.

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