More 'tax-dodgers' added to most wanted list – but only one of last year's 20 has been caught

Ten new names added as HMRC renews appeal on 19 suspects wanted for variety of tax offences

Black-market alcohol kills seven in Cuba

Seven people have died of poisoning after drinking black-market methyl alcohol and 41 others remain in hospital.

Criminal charges for SAC 'insider trades'

US prosecutors mounted an aggressive legal assault on the giant SAC Capital hedge fund yesterday, alleging in a rare criminal case that insider trading "was substantial, pervasive and on a scale without known precedent in the hedge fund industry".

RBS 'casino bank' fined £5.6m over misreporting

Double blow for bank after front-runner for Stephen Hester's job rules himself out

Focus: Breaking the grip of the audit oligarchs

Watchdogs want to shake up the big four accountants who police big business

UK and US regulators fine trader Michael Coscia $3m for 'manipulation of oil market'

A trader who made millions of US dollars by moving the price of commodities, ranging from oil to wheat, has been fined around $3.1 million (£2 million) by authorities in the UK and the US.

The scheme is part of an effort to address concerns about malnutrition

Indian government’s flagship free school meal scheme: Worthy in its aspirations, but plagued by a string of scandals

The midday meals scheme is one of the Indian government’s flagship anti-poverty programmes, designed to provide at least one nutritious meal a day for the children of the nation’s poorest families. The Indian government says it reaches about 120 million children across the country.

GlaxoSmithKline PLC is headquartered in Britain but has a presence in the United States

GlaxoSmithKline chiefs 'confess to bribing Chinese doctors'

Public Security Ministry announcement says GSK executives paid off healthcare staff to persuade them to prescribe drugs

France accused of running vast data surveillance scheme to keep tabs on population

The French intelligence agency allegedly houses a gigantic spy-network underneath Paris

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Judges uphold Kerviel conviction

Buddhist monk filmed enjoying high-life on private jet has assets frozen amid claims of 'financial irregularities'

The footage of Luang Pu Nenkham Chattigo went viral last month along with images of monks looking at iPhones and drinking Starbucks coffee

GlaxoSmithKline 'still unclear' why it is being investigated in China

GlaxoSmithKline, Britain's biggest pharmaceuticals firm, says it doesn't know why police in China have been investigating it for six days.

Rick Parfitt and Francis Rossi... as themselves

Is Rick Parfitt’s movie any good? Absolutely Quo way!

Not since Run For Your Wife has a Britcom looked like being shot down so comprehensively. Like that turkey, which was “as funny as leprosy”, Bula Quo may not yet have flown across your cultural radar. Here’s what you need to know about the film, another crime caper that swaps South London for Fiji and Danny Dyer for Status Quo – with no added laughs.

British firms rapped over virtually identical responses to consultations over reforms to way they are governed

Shareholder voting advisor Pirc has attacked British companies for producing virtually identical responses to consultations on a series of crucial reforms to the way they are governed.

Barack Obama and Tanzania's President Jakaya Kikwete, left, at a welcoming ceremony in Dar Es Salaam

Barack Obama arrives to warm welcome in Tanzania - and a surprise meeting with George W Bush

Hundreds of young people line the streets wearing t-shirts and sarongs bearing images of the President, who says he wants to move relations with Africa from aid to trade

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Isis profits from destruction of antiquities by selling relics to dealers - and then blowing up the buildings they come from to conceal the evidence of looting

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