Stock-based remuneration poses dangers

Risk that workers will demand higher cash component in their pay

Time is not on Renzi’s side for reforms

International investors give Italy three months to back up revamps

Tech groups transform how finance is done in China

The internet is making the country a much fairer place

Pay exposed as wrong target of critics

UK’s Co-op is opposite extreme to Wells Fargo of US

Start-ups vie to make online credit work

Deals shine light on how fast lending market is expanding

Debt worries weigh on European groups

Top Spanish companies still struggle to access affordable credit

Vietnam Airlines IPO in stalled mode

Big leap of faith is required for foreign investors to take part

Banking regulators in the dock

Furore over FCA’s botched announcement highlights change of mood

Tech companies unleash patent strife

Anti-troll campaign to come to a head soon, says Richard Waters

Clash of clans

Supercell battles on in mobile gaming

Finnish company shrugs off the pall cast on sector by King’s IPO

Investors in China shouldn’t throw stones

Lack of accountability and transparency is worryingly on the rise in west

Private equity needs a less shadowy state

Policy makers must think beyond a systemic risk in banking to calm another possible boom-and-bust

Microsoft opens door to a world beyond Windows

Tech group is finally ready to move beyond PC

Modi’s silence on crony capitalism

Narendra Modi has said worryingly little on how he would tackle crony capitalism

Billionaires battle for market share

The vision of a single telecoms market is far from reality

Banks must prepare for rising legal costs

Fed thinks industry has been complacent about legal costs

‘Cable cowboy’ Malone still on his horse

History suggests it would be unwise to write off Liberty Media

Norwegian Air’s ambitions worry rivals

Low-cost carrier plans intercontinental flights

China’s ‘Lehman moment’ is nothing like it

Chinese companies face deleveraging, not crisis

Barclays needs to consider break-up

Investors mutter about the need for a management shake-up


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