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Germany denies preparing to rescue Deutsche Bank
FRANKFURT, Sept 28 (Reuters) - The German government denied that it was working on a rescue of Deutsche Bank after a newspaper report about such plans fuelled fears over the future of the biggest lender in Europe's largest economy.
US energy stocks leap on talk of Opec deal  Financial Times
Europe's banks 'not investable' says top banker amid Deutsche ...  The Guardian  
Apple reveals plans for London headquarters in redeveloped Battersea Power Station
It is good news for Britain after the Brexit vote on June 23 because critics said that leaving the EU would stop big businesses investing in the UK.
Apple chooses Battersea Power Station for new London HQ  Financial Times
Apple moves UK HQ to Battersea power station boiler room in London  The Guardian
UK car firms 'want to be in EU single market'
The success of the UK motor industry could be "jeopardised" if the UK leaves the single market following Brexit, a senior industry figure has said.
'British built cars have never been so popular' car brand bosses say ...  AM-online
UK motor industry will suffer badly if Britain leaves single market  Market Business News
Trigger Article 50 now to start real Brexit debate – Varoufakis
Former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has called on the British government to trigger Article 50 immediately and kick-start a “robust debate” on Brexit.
Brexit: Article 50 must be triggered now to get best deal, says former Greek ...  The Independent
Greece like 'a slave' to lenders with little power left: Varoufakis  CNBC
LSE-Deutsche B�rse offer to sell French clearing to appease EU
The London Stock Exchange Group and Deutsche B�rse have offered to sell the UK group's French clearing business as the two exchanges try to fend off concerns in Brussels that their potential merger will damage European capital markets.
LSE-Deutsche Boerse merger plan being investigated  BBC News
EU warns Deutsche Boerse, LSE deal could harm competition  Daily Mail
AB InBev pays $6m to settle US charges
Anheuser-Busch InBev will pay $6m to settle charges that it violated US foreign corruption laws, the Securities and Exchange Commission said on Wednesday - just hours after the brewer cheered the acceptance of its �79bn bid for rival SABMiller.
US stocks wobble as phone companies fall, oil prices jump  Daily Mail
Wall St. Pares Gains  New York Times
Wells Fargo chief faces mounting pressure
Pressure will remain on John Stumpf of Wells Fargo, even after the chairman and chief executive agreed to forfeit more than $40m in pay over a deepening sham-account scandal that has triggered lawsuits, investigations and a record regulatory penalty.
Scandal-racked Wells Fargo is docking its CEO $41 million. That's not ...  Los Angeles Times
John Stumpfs Wells Fargo Racket Shows Why Bank Workers Need a Union  Daily Beast
Royal Mail has a fight on its hands as DHL owner Deutsche Post snaps up UK Mail
Royal Mail has a fight on its hands after DHL owner Deutsche Post today snapped up UK Mail to form the UK's second-biggest mail and parcel firm.
Deutsche Post agrees to buy UK Mail  BBC News
What does today's offer mean for UK Mail Group plc shareholders?  AOL Money UK
Sainsbury's could discover it just has too much in its trolley
It used to be simple for the supermarkets - sell fruit and vegetable to customers in shops. But Sainsbury's is proving just how complicated the modern world of food retail can be.
Weaker pound may not lead to higher food prices, Sainsbury's says  Daily Mail
Sainsbury's sales continue to suffer in supermarket price war
William Davenport jailed for Windlestone Hall mortgage fraud
A County Durham man has admitted making fraudulent loan and mortgage applications to buy a stately home. William Davenport, 60, used forged documents to raise money to purchase Windlestone Hall, near Bishop Auckland.
Six years jail for 'greedy eyes' fraudster who bought former Prime ...  The Northern Echo (registration)