Source - SMW
A brief summary of Tuesday's key business headlines, including plenty of coverage on Speedy Hire, BHS' pension, Marks & Spencer, Alibaba, Apple, Brexit, ex-Barclays trader, Samarco dam collapse, and much more... 


Alibaba's Jack Ma says fakes are better than originals

'Alt-right' movement makes mark on US presidential election

Santander's flagship 123 accounts costs it almost £1bn

Warsaw joins charm offensive to woo London bankers

China banks starved of big data as mobile payments rise

Wall Street starts week on positive note

Small businesses explain impact of Brexit vote

US hedge fund Marathon makes Brexit bet on European property

Wheat price falls to lowest level in a decade

The sharp costs of Brexit will be felt soon enough

Apple faces multibillion tax bill in EU ruling

Remainers fighting the wrong battle will harden Brexit

Corbyn can save Labour from the fate of its European friends

London and New York must cement their bond after Brexit

Warsaw joins charm offensive to woo London bankers   Barack Obama's healthcare problems turn critical

Tensions rise between Greeks and refugees

Bulgarian city turns round its fortunes

Central bankers fear threat of low-growth rut

Hackers attack Arizona and Illinois election computer systems


Ex-Barclays trader fears $1.2m 'forex rigging' fine

Samarco dam collapse 'was inevitable'

We prepared for a crisis but were still caught out

The 'most dangerous man in Europe' agreed to defeat

Co-op Bank closure remains on cards in review

Terrorist atrocities prompt councils to seek cover


Foreign investment boom boosts UK growth hopes

Apple to be hit with multi-million euro tax demand

Marks and Spencer's shop at 100 Avenue des Champs-Elysee

BHP Billiton report blames construction flaws for Samarco disaster

Miners get boring as the industry reboots

Lord Myners criticises Government green light of ARM sale

Comment: Britain could be next target in the EUs corporate tax fight

The week ahead in business and finance

Comment: British sovereignty depends on leaving the EU and the Single Market

Wave of deals means the days of Arthur Daley-style car salesman might be numbered

Comment: The web's domain name revolution has been a missed opportunity

Internet of things struggles as use of smart home gadgets flatlines

BHS pension hole solution still 'months' away

Brussels set to demand years of extra tax payments from Apple

Parkdean Resorts eyes up new private equity owners in £1bn sale

Row over Speedy Hire corporate governance takes a new twist as ISS weighs in


Government tinkering 'threatens golden age of cheap and green power'

Now the Bank of Mum and Dad could be open to other people's children

Services confidence falls at fastest rate since 2009

A Harvard psychologist reveals the biggest reason people don't achieve

Bahrain Islamic Bank plans £166m sale of non-core assets

Fiat Chrysler CEO eyes Samsung as potential partner

TTIP's 'failure' signals clues about UK's post-Brexit trading


EU staff petition attacks Jose Manuel Barroso over Goldman Sachs job

Opinion: We voted out. Of course the EU wants Brexit to hurt

TTIP EU trade negotiator talks down failure report

Britons positive about own finances but not economy, report finds

Living wage has positive impact on care industry, research shows

Pre-Brexit vote research shows prosperity hotspots emerging across UK

Youth unemployment highly regionalised, report shows


City news: Inflation hits wages, Croydon and Post Office branches

Major banks facing ruin technologically Monzo chief executive

Race against time to save Greece: Tax income below EU target as PM under pressure to act

Owning a property is better than a pension, says Bank of England economist

Last 22 BHS finally close their doors today for the last time

City news: Frankie and Benny's, Marshalls, Jaguar and AB inBevCity News: Frankie and Benny's to close 33 branches as menu changes hit profits