WASHINGTON/BEIRUT - The United States launches air and missile strikes with Arab allies in Syria for the first time, killing dozens of Islamic State fighters and members of a separate al Qaeda-linked group, and widening its new war in the Middle East. Full Article
LONDON - Britain's financial watchdog said on Tuesday it had fined Barclays 38 million pounds for failing to ensure that customer money was properly safeguarded and adequate records kept.
NEW YORK - Mohamed El-Erian expected to go quietly. The one-time heir apparent to Pimco investment chief Bill Gross had no idea leaving the firm would create a fire storm. "If I had known... I would've done a lot of things differently," he tells Reuters. Full Article
FRANKFURT - When Deutsche Boerse set off to lure Chinese companies to Germany, it dreamed of one day landing a giant like Alibaba. But the exchange operator is licking its wounds after a raft of scandals involving Chinese firms listed in Frankfurt. Full Article
Amnesty International says dozens of Chinese firms are producing and exporting "tools of torture" to countries with bad human rights records. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Tesco Chairman Richard Broadbent has been slow to fix the board. His lack of retail experience is starting to look like a drawback, says Breakingviews. Video
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