Wall Street eyes future of CBS and Viacom

Content king is still on his throne but what lies ahead?

Beware Hungary’s Swiss loans hangover cure

Neighbours should think twice before following Budapest’s conversion of foreign currency mortgages

Time is ripe for radical action by banks

Deutsche could become a pure-play investment bank

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O2/Three tie-up calls for scrutiny

Far from clear how UK subscribers will benefit from merger, writes Jonathan Ford

Microsoft kicks off Artificial Reality Wars

The stakes are much higher as tech group shows off HoloLens device

Sweden flies into a corporate storm

Excessive and questionable use of private jets has drawn criticism

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China groups extend US ambitions

Manufacturing expansion plans go beyond supplying the Boston subway

Who will be QE winners and losers?

Fortunes of Europe’s leading lenders in central bankers’ hands

AIM Market

Aim stocks miss target but backers persist

Junior market may be persistently underperforming, but supporters are still lining up to invest

Sacking boss no panacea for share price woes

A board acting at first whiff of trouble can do real harm, writes Jonathan Ford

Think outside Box with software groups

Investors in predicament for upcoming IPO of file storage company

EU deflation need not be negative

Corporate news supports a more positive scenario

Change is afoot for Asia’s family empires

Investors are betting on which of the other conglomerates will follow Li Ka-shing’s lead

Tamed banks left stuck in the middle

By closing the casino, regulators have lengthened the odds of receiving supersized returns

Rolls-Royce chief needs more time

John Rishton cannot be accused of ducking challenges

Tech groups look for next big thing

Techies challenged to invent breakout apps for internet of things

Printemps could teach Metro a lesson

German department stores began to fall behind last century and most have yet to catch up

Dark clouds mar Southeast Asia’s skies

Low-cost airlines face overcapacity, thin margins and the effects of a slowdown in China

Banking growth is not a given

What if centuries of steady expansion in the banking industry were about to go into reverse?

Scrutiny of retail forex platforms needed

Bets sold as way to dodge investment doldrums and get rich quick

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