Thursday May 16
Seaport battle looms as Israel plans new competition
Israel is betting its economic future on high-tech exports but faces a low-tech bottleneck in state-owned seaports subject to work stoppages and slowdowns because of the enormous strength of their unions.
Nicola Mendelsohn named Facebook Europe chief
Ms Mendelsohn is the owner of advertising agency Karmarama and formerly the first female president of the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising .
Money Talks: Hanover and all the nobody people
John Gordon, Anadarko exploration manager, Asia Pacific, said the company had been a passive investor in the BP [Deepwater Horizon] well.
45 years of broken promises on nukes
It's hard to escape the conclusion that the world's nuclear powers have thrown away yet another opportunity to live up to the commitments they made under the treaty to disarm.
Thatcher would be 'appalled' by Tories who defect to UKIP, close ally ...
Margaret Thatcher would be 'appalled' at Tories switching to the UK Independence Party, one of her closest allies has said.
British tax benefits attract foreign wealth
Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne's attempt to lower the corporation tax rate to 20 per cent has encouraged offshore enterprises to return to Britain - including Sir Martin Sorrell's leading advertising group WPP.
George Galloway - no return to Labour Party
Labour officials have insisted that there are no plans for George Galloway to rejoin the party after it was revealed that the Respect MP had held a secret meeting with Ed Miliband.