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In the midst of London’s stock market IPO boom, one mid-tier technology group is about to bid auf Wiedersehen.

US uphold record fine imposed against Barclays

US energy regulators uphold a record $453m fine

Michael Clarke (left) and Shane Watson are all friends in the slips at Trent Bridge

Ashes 2013: Brad Haddin insists there is 'no feud' between Michael Clarke and Shane Watson

Former coach Mickey Arthur claims there is unrest in the camp

England celebrate the first Test victory over Australia on Sunday

Ashes 2013: England stick with same squad for second Test

Hosts name same squad that emerged with a dramatic victory in the opening match

England captain Alastair Cook and Australia captain Michael Clarke pose with the Ashes urn

Ashes 2013: Alastair Cook aiming to add to British feelgood factor

The series against Australia starts tomorrow

Ex rugby ace trades place with Tory hedge fund millionaire

One of the City's most colourful bankers, Alex Snow, is to become chief executive of Lansdowne Partners, the hedge fund manager which made a killing selling shares in British banks during the financial crisis.

Fall in jobless set to boost incoming Bank Governor

Signs of recovery in the jobs market will add more fuel to hopes of an economic revival this week even as workers' salaries fail to keep pace with inflation.

Alastair Cook prepares to sweep watched by wicketkeeper Brendon McCullum

Indyplus update: Cook claims 25th century

England captain Alastair Cook scored his 25th Test century on the fourth morning against New Zealand at Headingley.

Alastair Cook prepares to sweep watched by wicketkeeper Brendon McCullum

Alastair Cook eases to 25th Test century on the fourth morning against New Zealand

England captain Alastair Cook scored his 25th Test century on the fourth morning against New Zealand at Headingley.

Chairman exits as First Group seeks £615m from investors

First Group’s chairman Martin Gilbert bowed out on a low yesterday as the struggling transport group tapped investors for £615m to cut debts and axed the dividend as profits slumped.

James Anderson of England celebrates dismissing Peter Fulton of New Zealand to take his 300th test match wicket

James Anderson takes 300th Test wicket

Bowler joins Fred Trueman, Bob Willis and Ian Botham by reaching his triple-century of Test victims

England v New Zealand: Graeme Swann spin tipped to turn game after early struggles with swing

After he and his team-mates struggled to overcome the New Zealand swing bowlers, Jonathan Trott claimed that England's spinner might prove the decisive influence in this match.

James Moore: Diageo's Paul Walsh deserves high praise

Outlook Mr Corcoran may just be out of the stalls, but Paul Walsh has reached the finishing line. He has stepped down as boss of Diageo, with the company's shares having more than tripled on his watch.

Stake sale to Investec fund arm chiefs

The financial services giant Investec is selling a 15 per cent stake in its fund management arm to its own managers for £180m.

Joe Root at the Remarkables mountain range in Queenstown

It's a compliment to be known as England's Aussie, says Joe Root

Batsman enjoying 'every minute' of his fine start in the side which is earning rave reviews

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