India’s largest mobile phone operator, Bharti Airtel, agrees to sell a 5% stake to Qatar Foundation Endowment as it looks to strengthen its finances.
China agrees to buy 60 planes from European firm Airbus, in a deal worth $8bn (£5.2bn) at list prices.
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British film studio Pinewood Shepperton agrees a joint venture deal with Chinese media group Seven Stars to investigate ways to harness the growing entertainment market there.
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Car hire firm Hertz agrees a deal to pick up a 20% stake in China Auto Rental (CAR), as it looks to expand its presence in China.
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Warren Buffett is to become a top 10 shareholder of Goldman Sachs after he agrees to amend the terms of his 2008 investment in the bank.
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Wall Street investment bank Citigroup agrees to pay $730m (£484m) to settle a class-action suit by bondholders brought over the financial crisis.
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A major hedge fund, SAC Capital, agrees to pay a record $614m (£406m) to US regulators to settle charges of insider trading.
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Illinois agrees to settle federal charges alleging the state misled investors about the financial health of its public pension system, regulators say.
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