Apple ruling sparks angry reaction in US

Charles Schumer calls €13bn penalty ‘cheap money grab’ by the EU

Nintendo deal undermines Pokémon reboot

Group eyes smartphone gaming but sticks with old-economy M&A

Dell poised to seal $63.4bn EMC purchase

Deal clears regulatory hurdle in China but finance doubts remain

Isis propaganda head ‘killed in Syria’

Adnani’s responsibilities included array of gruesome videos

Social media celebs warned on sponsorship

Consumer protection agencies want online stars to reveal when they are paid for backing products

Singapore identifies 26 more Zika cases

US, Australia and Taiwan advise pregnant women to avoid visiting

Trump to reveal ‘disruptive’ economic plan

Republican’s advisers are drawn from Wall Street and real estate sector

Mondelez looks beyond Hershey

Snackmaker interested in acquisitions but could become a target

UBS hires psychologists to revamp research

Swiss bank attempts to improve its investment ideas

Iraq talks up oil production freeze

Speculation of a freeze has spurred a bounce in prices

Goldman pushes US bond market algo

Computer program allows for immediate execution of a trade

Comment & Analysis

Fed will trump emerging fundamentals

Emerging markets are faring better but the Fed is an Achilles heel

Argentine enthusiasm for new leader wanes

Slowdown is making it harder for Macri to break with the past

Warsaw charm offensive for London bankers

Latest Europeans to target City business after Brexit

Conversation starters: Comments from our readers

"Real life is much more complex than financial markets, harder to observe, noisier. Big data will be valuable for limited but important applications like medicine, but predicting a good life match with 87% probability seems a long way off. Society tends to elevate tools to almost-religions. We've done that with free markets and capitalism; let's not do it with big data and algorithms."
Jan-Peter Onstwedder on Yuval Noah Harari on big data, Google and the end of free will



"Not sure they can write 'How' until they have decided what Brexit means (the end state) and herein lies the problem. Ordinarily Government policy can be a fudge but this time it can't as somebody (ie Europe) is going to mark their homework. Good luck with that."
Fisher of Men on Brexit requires more than political will — it must be capable of happening



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