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Brexit: A risky experiment for science

Can the UK craft new policies to keep its lead in research and development?

Pensions: Low yields, high stress

In the first article of a series, the Financial Times examines a creeping social and political crisis

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Pharmaceuticals: Staying power

An FT analysis shows big pharma still makes billions from drugs after patents lapse

Cyber espionage: A new cold war?

An online ‘auction’ signals a build-up of tension between Russia and America

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Energy: Generating criticism

The UK’s ambitious plans to build six nuclear plants are raising concerns that it is losing control over critical infrastructure

Goldman Sachs: A play for the 99%

As executives hunt for income streams, can the bank be a friend to the consumer and small business?

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Investment: Rise of the DIY algo traders

Will tech-savvy amateurs be able to beat the market?

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Male, stale and frail

American directors are older, serving longer and more likely to be men

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US election: Trump’s Russian riddle

The Republican nominee became the face of Bayrock, a developer with roots in the Soviet Union

Duke of Westminster: a £9bn stress test

His death creates uncertainty for the Grosvenor Group as the title passes to his 25-year-old heir

Commodities: The milk industry cowed

Dairy farmers adapt to tough times as demand for milk in China slows, hitting New Zealand and the EU

India tech: Reality call

Funding fervour has cooled but the battle for users in a market of 1.2bn people still lies ahead

German angst over Chinese M&A

Germany is a top target in China’s search for innovative engineering groups — but some see a threat

Surveillance: Taking liberties?

The UK is set to legislate to allow security services to hack phones and trawl browsing histories

EM investing: Why it is back in fashion

Switch into emerging markets is less about potential growth and more to do with stagnation at home

1MDB – High flyer brought Low

Jho Low, a businessman with Hollywood ties, is at the centre of an alleged money laundering scheme

US economy: Decline of the start-up nation

As new business formations wane, can the country of Ford and Jobs get its capitalist mojo back?

WhatsApp – Let’s chat

The app acts as an alternative internet hub in many emerging markets — but can it make a profit?

South Africa: Losing faith in the ANC

The ruling party’s once strong support is weakening as it faces a serious election challenge

Insurers: Forced to dig deep

The industry is overhauling its business model after being badly affected by low interest rates

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