India football league off to winning start

Financial future not certain despite encouraging debut season

Obama rebukes Sony for scrapping film

Pyongyang urges joint investigation after FBI accuses it of cyber attack

week in review

Week in Review, December 20

Vice Media, Repsol, Co-op Bank, and BT-EE talks featured

Obama: Sony made a mistake pulling film

President says wished company had spoken to him first

Joe Cummings illustration: Amy Pascal

Amy Pascal, studio boss in real-life drama

Sony Pictures hack jeopardises not just co-chair’s job but free speech, writes Matthew Garrahan

Desmond explores sale of Daily Express

Tycoon said to have asked advisers to sound out possible buyers

A year in a word: Vlogging

For fame-hungry teens, vlogging is the latest route to stardom

Roberto Quarta

Cost-cutter Quarta at Fort Sorrell gates

Investors will want to see if the chairman-designate stands up to the founder

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BBC warns of challenge from Netflix

Broadcaster faces increasing competition for best shows

Google accuses Hollywood on censorship

Blog post alleges secret campaign to revive law curbing internet

Sony hack a US ‘national security matter’

White House debates response to attack by ‘sophisticated actor’

Sony surrender is setback for free speech

It should stand up to hackers and distribute film free on the web

North Korea not amused by killing Kim

It has built a nuclear deterrent to protect its leaders’ claims to legitimacy, says Adam Cathcart

Sony: hackwork

‘The Interview’ is economically trivial to Sony; the reputation of its film business is not

Sony scraps film release on hacker threat

Five largest US cinema chains had opted out of screenings of controversial Seth Rogen comedy

Church of England appoints first woman bishop

Cheshire vicar takes over diocese of Stockport

WPP nominates Quarta as new chairman

Appointment of Lader’s successor comes after 8-month search

Cinemas discuss whether to show Sony film

Hackers threaten ‘Christmas gift’ for audiences of ‘The Interview’

News Corp UK burnt by falling Sun profits

Investment in digital not yet showing results

Vice eyes 2015 ‘deal spree’ and IPO plans

M&A lawyer appointed to manage $500m war chest

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