Financial Times : Business Europe (63)

Airbus to take majority stake in Bombardier's C-Series jet arm

Aircraft makers say deal will save jobs in UK, Canada and China amid spat with rival Boeing

French supermarket Casino Guichard-Perrachon's sales beat expectations

Credit Suisse targeted for break-up by activist hedge fund

RBR aims to exploit impatience with turnround progress and press for three-way split

Alitalia sale delayed after string of woes at European airlines

Italy blames Ryanair crisis, Air Berlin break-up and Monarch collapse

Prisa close to new funds after chairman agrees to step down

Owner of Spain's El País paper pressured by activist investors over losses and debt

Italy votes to exercise 'golden power' to protect Telecom Italia

Daimler plans revamp to prepare for electric vehicles

German group is first carmaker to restructure for technology challenges, say analysts

Messaging app Telegram will not hand over data despite fine

Siemens Gamesa: the inquisition begins

Losing the Spanish company's chief after the merger in April has proved to be a mistake

Russian messaging app Telegram will not hand over data despite fine

UBS loses appeal against derivatives contracts ruling

UK court says Swiss bank cannot enforce contracts against German utility KWL

Carrefour raids Fnac for finance chief

Matthieu Malige rejoins former chief Alexandre Bompard at French hypermarket chain

Technology and bicycles transform sex and society

Taller French and fewer divorces come from broader connections in life and work

Daimler to shake up corporate structure for 'new automotive era'

Carrefour appoints new CFO from Fnac Darty

Daily briefing: Austria's right turn, Catalonia's moment of truth, China's next 5 years

Sebastian Kurz is on track to become chancellor after topping Sunday's poll

Fund houses and national regulators battle to be Mifid ready

Widespread uncertainty over complex new regulations linger ahead of January 3 deadline

Invenergy presses Polish government over $700m wind farm dispute

US renewables group set to initiate international arbitration proceedings

Catalan business exodus signals deep corporate concerns

Fears over 'loss of competitiveness' if region is left outside the EU and subject to tariffs

Rovio sees public listing catapulting it into M&A

CEO of Angry Birds maker says recent IPO gives it the shares to act as consolidator

Power struggles and politics dog Telecom Italia revival efforts

France's Vivendi has effective control of operator but Rome has big say in its future

Vauxhall to cut 400 jobs at Ellesmere Port amid falling demand

Move raises further questions over long-term viability of the UK facility

Transport and energy plans at risk if Europe finance ends

Britain may find it harder to fund projects without the European Investment Bank

Week in Review, October 14

Clean energy battle; big tech, BAE, Ikea and P&G also in the news

EU and US agree to accept each other's derivatives rules

Deal marks progress toward global harmonisation of the multibillion dollar market

BMW/Mini: maxing output

Possibility of joint venture with China's Great Wall Motor raises questions in UK

Ten Piraeus executives resign following discounted loan sale

Prosecutor examines report on sale of €1.2bn loan package for €300m by biggest Greek lender

BASF unveils biggest acquisition in its history

German chemicals group to pay €5.9bn for 'significant parts' of Bayer's seed business

HSH Nordbank 'hoping for convincing offers' as sale deadline looms

Foreign banks plan Saudi expansion amid economic reform

Investment banks expect lucrative opportunities from country's privatisation boom

Dimon says JPMorgan may move 60 jobs to Paris post-Brexit

CEO of Ireland's biggest media group to leave amid chairman row

Lufthansa to sign deal to buy half of Air Berlin

German carrier expects to take 81 of collapsed airline's 140 planes, and 3,000 staff

Shell buys European electric vehicle charging pioneer NewMotion

Deal is biggest push yet by 'big oil' into an alternative to internal combustion engine

Shell buys European electric vehicle charging pioneer NewMotion

Deal is biggest push yet by 'Big Oil' into alternative to internal combustion engine

EU banking watchdog warns against 'empty shell' Brexit movers

Lufthansa to sign deal to buy half of Air Berlin

Germany's largest carrier expects to take 81 of collapsed group's 140 aircraft and 3,000 staff

Ryanair puts pressure on pilots to accept pay offer

Airline fights to overcome crisis over cancellations of more than 20,000 flights

'Game of Thrones' makes new viewers switch on to Sky

Revenues and earnings increase as TV group faces challenge from Amazon and Netflix

Gucci unveils plan to become fur-free from 2018

Italian luxury brand joins rival Armani in commitment to sustainability

Lufthansa agrees to buy parts of insolvent Air Berlin

Gucci pledges to go fur-free from 2018

Italian luxury brand joins rival Armani in commitment to sustainability

EU power grab risks disenfranchising national regulators

Proposed reforms to Paris-based Esma will upend regulatory landscape, says Kevin Murphy

Lukoil chief says sanctions may last a decade

FT meets Vagit Alekperov, former Soviet oil minister who runs Russian oil group

Unilever takes steps to streamline operations

Group launches €450m buyback of Dutch preference shares and starts food unit merger

Founder of Russian online retailer Ulmart arrested over bank loan

Dmitry Kostygin denies claim he borrowed from Sberbank under false pretences

Elliott Management takes stakes in GEA and Smith & Nephew

Hedge fund's move comes as US activists turn to Europe for more opportunities

Bawag: Austrian school

The restructured bank could teach German peers about cost-cutting

European banks may yet be back for more equity

Some institutions could need more capital in time to reduce their leverage

Russia turns to new friends from China and the Middle East

Hit by US and EU sanctions, Moscow has welcomed energy investment