Mind the gap in tech reporting numbers

The true cost of disruption often lies hidden

Day of reckoning for world’s oldest bank

Any new bailout must be the rescue to end all rescues

Masayoshi Son, chairman and chief executive officer of SoftBank. Photographed during a press conference to announce their acquisition of ARM in London this morning.

SoftBank chief plays high-stakes game

Holding of 19% drives executive’s characteristic appetite for dealmaking and risk

City of London sees Brexit differently to new minister

Financial services industry’s big priority is easy access into the EU single market

Online lenders should become banks

Marketplace firms are lending much less than they did at the end of 2015

Data scientists eye overhaul of industry

Profound change in corporate competitiveness could be on the horizon

US expansion comes at a cost

Danone looks willing to fork out a hefty premium to swallow WhiteWave

Chinese SOE stages rare turnround

From fake receipts to higher salaries: Wei Zhang turns the tide for Shanghai Pujiang Cable

How the ETE-Williams tie-up came undone

The signs were not good when the pipeline operators met and then it became complicated

Doubt stalks UK commercial property

Change in retail models likely to hit values of holdings

Living in a semi-autonomous tech world

Companies need to do more to help users understand intelligent machines

Chairmen under pressure at big Swiss groups

The titular role carries more responsibility than in other countries

Japan’s tech cannibalism saps Abenomics

Companies opt to devour obsolete computer parts rather than spend and fire up country’s growth

Ditch bail-in rules to avoid Italian tragedy

MPS is a microcosm of the challenge facing country’s banks

Sharing economy in a bind with some strangers

Airbnb in a difficult position that may require legislative help after some guests can’t check in

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

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


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