Small-cap Week, January 24

Monitise, Applied Graphene Materials, Gulf Keystone and Findel featured

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SkyMall bankruptcy grounds flying yetis

Catalogue company’s bankruptcy comes as in-flight WiFi takes off

NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 01: Gracia Martore speaks onstage at Thrive with Arianna Huffington panel during AWXI on October 1, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Monica Schipper/Getty Images for AWXI)
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Gannett’s chief takes the fight to Icahn

Martore takes issue with investor’s ‘overreaching campaign’

The great leader born of a great crisis

Churchill embodied Britain’s escape from a fate worse than death

'Penguins of Madagascar'

DreamWorks cuts 500 jobs in restructuring

Animated film company to trim production after box office let-downs

Natalie Bennett, Leader of the Green Party. Photographed in near Westminster, London.
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Cameron’s bluff called on TV poll debates

Broadcasters offer to include Greens, SNP and Plaid Cymru

DAVOS/SWITZERLAND, 25JAN13 - Zanny Minton Beddoes (L), Economics Editor, The Economist, United Kingdom; Global Agenda Council on Fiscal Sustainability and Guido Westerwelle (R), Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs of Germany are seen during the session 'Open forum: Eurozone - Solidarity or Domination?' at the Annual Meeting 2013 of the World Economic Forum at the Swiss alpine high school in Davos, Switzerland, January 25, 2013. Copyright by World Economic Forum swiss-image.ch/Photo Michael Wuertenberg
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Minton Beddoes named Economist editor

Business affairs head is first female to be top journalist at title

No time for Jews to talk of leaving UK

That Jews face a heightened threat from Islamists is undeniable but society is not against us

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After Charlie, an opening for Le Pen

The softening of its image scarcely conceals the essential character of the National Front

Icahn starts governance battle at Gannett

USA Today publisher pushes back at activist investor’s proposals

Haunted by the past, in digital form

Archivists make businesses from forgotten photos

Jury fails to reach verdicts in Sun trial

Journalists had been accused of corrupting public officials

Digicel tunes Rdio in to emerging markets

US radio service reaches nearly 85 nations through local telecoms

Discovery eyes Premier League rights

US broadcaster to challenge BT and Sky in £4bn battle

Amazon: A very modern media mogul

Jeff Bezos is shaking up film and newspapers, but both sectors will test his customer-first, profits-later strategy

Shazam strikes a new note

Music identification app gets a $1bn valuation but some worry about its prospects

Nixon’s madman theory enjoys a revival

Putin’s show of derangement may be a front to intimidate the west

Southeast Asia’s tolerance is deceptive

Region shows signs that the tradition of strength through diversity is eroding

Apple buys UK music data start-up Semetric

Acquisition comes ahead of international launch of Beats Music streaming service

Pearson signals rise in profits in 2015

Education company and FT owner expects best numbers since 2012

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