Uber opts for co-operation in France

Ride-sharing group has been compliant in suspending services while it seeks changes

China fails to stem share market turmoil

Shanghai shares have fallen nearly 30% in past three weeks

Ryanair threatens to exit Denmark

Warning follows Danish court ruling allowing strike action

Oil suffers worst week since March

Data points to persistent oversupply in market

Italy fears Greek political contagion

A No vote in the referendum could embolden anti-euro parties

Monsanto challenges Syngenta resistance

US agribusiness group may seek alternative targets

World Bank denies Chinese gag on report

Removed chapter did not meet ‘standards of discourse’

Pavel Durov ©James Ferguson
  • Lunch with the FT: Pavel Durov

    Over spaghetti with John Thornhill, tech star talks about founding Russia’s top social networking app and falling out with Putin

  • Douglas Coupland: Trashed

    Thoughts on beauty, toxicity and the world’s unexplored eighth continent, by the Google Cultural Institute’s artist in residence

  • Working older

    Many of us will need to earn until we’re 70 — yet older people often struggle to get hired

EU cheese ruling grates with Italians

Row erupts over move to allow use of dried milk in production

©FT/Bloomberg

Aetna to buy Humana for $37bn

Merger creates second-biggest US managed care group

Rival Godfathers go to war on Syrian TV

Regime and opposition producers pay homage to mafia classic

Uber suspends its POP service in France

Decision by ride-hailing group follows Paris protests

Comment & Analysis

Irish publicans’ bank run in reverse

Pubs became the principal clearing houses during bankers’ strikes in the 1960s and 1970s, writes Peter Cunningham

Greece’s accidental referendum on euro

Voters will show if they want to remain within the single currency

The Lord is our shepherd in US politics

It is now our fate to have two political parties that are positioned on God’s side

Market-moving news and views, 24 hours a day

Sorry, Fast FT is unavailable at the moment

FOLLOW THE FT

SHARE THIS QUOTE