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The private equity party is overcrowded

An overheated market intoxicated by cheap credit serves as a warning to investors

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F1 owners gear up to leave ‘Bernie model’ behind

As the Ecclestone era draws to a close, Liberty hopes to attract more fans to the sport

Trump’s spending plan tests the soul of his party

A more optimistic tone is progress but political contradictions remain

India faces another tryst with destiny

The country has a good chance of enduring as the world’s fastest-growing large economy

Kim Jong Nam killing spawns conspiracy theories

Rumours are rife in Beijing about the murder of North Korean dictator’s brother

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Closeup shot of a driver in a car using a cellphone to find directions

Crackdown on using phones at the wheel falls short

Our handsets are designed to interrupt the driving experience, writes Tim Harford

West to Russia: you broke Syria, now you fix it

The betting is, having claimed victory Moscow is loath to be tied for the long term

Viral cat videos and the true cost of data use

When processing power can no longer keep up, the internet must learn to forget

SpaceX pioneers its brand of commerce for the Moon

Musk’s call obscures a struggle between Old and New Space, writes John Thornhill

Are emerging markets entering a new virtuous cycle?

Optimism over growth and returning investment on the back of Chinese demand is offset by fears of problems ahead

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