Media groups must succeed at succession

Viacom battle is a lesson for Fox, Disney and New York Times

LSE-DB dealmakers ignored Brexit risk

Exchanges merger in doubt after UK vote to leave EU

Wang Shi - Chinese Banker (holding the flag) for Property

China Vanke chief Wang raises the stakes

High drama in developer’s boardroom puts Beijing’s embrace of market forces to the test

Passport question looms large for banks

Financial groups explore whether there are other ways to preserve EU access

Musk’s $1tn goal seems out of this world

Tesla boss wants to create a trillion-dollar company with SolarCity deal, but Wall St not convinced

Poland can learn from Hungary bank truce

Budapest’s stake in Erste Hungary comes with a peacekeeping force

Australia becomes steel battleground

Banks, private equity and politicians fight over troubled Whyalla steelworks

Pensions: The slow burn financial crisis

A lethal mix of low investment returns, high charges and insufficient contributions

Perverse incentives behind LinkedIn deal

The $26bn move shows software chief’s rewards are too tilted towards costly and risky expansion

Uber and Didi set on collision course

Start-ups’ extraordinary fundraising efforts and one-upmanship illustrate their dominance

Brexit absent in many UK annual reports

Looking at 2015 reports of every member of the FTSE 100, only 26 mention the upcoming vote

Takata highlights the decline of keiretsu

Crisis-hit air bag manufacturer can no longer count on Japanese carmakers for help

A ding-dong in Delaware

A dispute brought by Dell investors shows that valuations should be more than academic

Shale oil producers in survival of fittest

Groups show ability to adapt and thrive in face of extinction threat

Boldly not going where no car has gone before

Tech’s ‘moon-shot’ visionary ideas still stuck in garage

Dong’s debut sparks outrage in Denmark

Goldman’s investment in utility group under renewed focus

Challengers face Asia banking hurdles

Region has a reputation as a deathtrap for ambitious overseas lenders

Why banks should back Itexit and Spexit

EU bureaucracy and bloody-mindedness has left lenders in a mess

Spotify’s land grab opens door to rivals

Apple and Google able to put Swedish group’s one-trick business model under pressure

Who is calling the shots in Sumner saga?

Board and family in drawn-out power struggle for control of magnate’s media empire


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