Zuckerberg clashes over Facebook India

Dispute with investor shows country’s importance to social network

Yellen warns on global turbulence

Fed chair’s testimony will reduce rate rise expectations

US seeks tougher sanctions on North Korea

Senate bill passed amid acceptance ‘strategic patience’ has failed

Gold and yen rally as US growth fears hit buck

Fed warning on fallout from global markets rattles investors

Australia eyes education superpower status

Plan to double foreign student intake as part of economic shift

Gold demand falls in 2015

Fourth consecutive annual fall since prices peaked in 2011

US yield curve narrows to 8-year low

Flattening in Treasury spreads signals economic fears

Twitter disappoints as growth plateaus

Dorsey promises to fix ‘broken windows and confusing parts’

PE savours winter of discount debt

Funds buy distressed corporate debt and secure double-digit returns

US to push on with nuclear modernisation

Arsenal to be upgraded despite criticism from experts

Mylan in $9.9bn swoop on Sweden’s Meda

Deal is latest to reshape the market for copycat generic drugs

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Bear market blindsides bank stocks

Profits will be made from this scare, but there is no harm in waiting for them

Sanders victory forces Clinton rethink

Democrat favourite fails to appeal to cross-section of voters

Gangland murders return to torment Dublin

Fatal attacks have upped the ante in national election campaign

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