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Traders’ forex chatroom banter exposed
Financial Conduct Authority probe details traders’ collusion to manipulate orders

Exxon, Shell Carbon Emissions Rise
Exxon and Shell are emitting more carbon dioxide despite tapping less oil and natural gas, reflecting the difficulty of tapping new energy sources.

Dutch and Starbucks in tax deal storm
European Commission confronts Amsterdam for allegedly subsidising coffee group’s tax bill

Art is judged by price not aesthetics
We have lost the ability to assess art for ourselves and on its own merits, writes Bendor Grosvenor

FIFA and corruption: Hear no evil
Football’s governing body is struggling to silence its critics. Russia and sweltering Qatar won the rights to host the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.

Cellphone Boom Spurs Antenna-Safety Worries
Antennas fueling the nation’s cellphone boom are challenging federal safety rules put in place when signals largely radiated from remote towers off-limits to the public. Now, antennas are in more than 300,000 locations.

OECD warns on global corruption
Report questions commitment of governments to fight bribery and says prosecutions are falling

Paydays and mortality: Cash to crash
GETTING paid is generally good for the health. Those who are earning can buy better food and live in greater comfort; joblessness is associated with a host of ills, from heart disease to depression. But a new paper* finds that the consequences of

EU vows to protect NHS in US trade talks
Chief negotiator moves to assuage fears that transatlantic trade deal would threaten public nature of European healthcare systems

CFPB's Ombudsman Speaks Loudly on Student Loans
Rohit Chopra, the nation’s student-loan watchdog, delivers his message to lenders through blog posts, letters and public reports. And that isn’t sitting well with the industry.