US jobs surge sends dollar soaring

295,000 jobs figure fuels expectations that Fed will raise rates

Osborne seeks cost-neutral Budget schemes

Chancellor asks Treasury for eye-catching ideas, but no ‘giveaways’

TV debates will go ahead, say broadcasters

Channels stick to schedule despite Cameron refusal

Greece proposes tourists as tax inspectors

Varoufakis sets out seven measures to unlock €7.2bn aid

Going the extra mile to win a $21bn deal

How AbbVie came out on top in pharma’s most competitive auction

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Migration: Britain is a study in paradox

John McDermott finds integration and alienation coexist

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$10,000 watch tests Apple’s luxury appeal

A gold watch could alienate fans or add a halo to the brand

Bond moves will be test of Draghi’s QE

Falling yields will add to fears; rising ones signal market faith

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The reinvention of George Osborne

The chancellor has been out and about, talking up his long-term plan for the nation. But what of his own?

Hard-up speculator fights to keep mansion

Bank seeks repossession of Irish home where Bono is a neighbour

Missing flight MH370 challenges industry

Safety questions remain after Malaysia Airlines disappearance

Comment and Analysis

UK Muslims should keep faith with west

We learn the ‘who’ of those who leave for Syria; we need to know the ‘why’, writes Adnan Sarwar

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New Young Puritans: student life isn’t what it used to be

Study hard, volunteer, write your CV . . . a serious-minded generation has emerged out of the crisis

Irving Kahn, stockbroker, 1905-2015

Determined market doyen who delved deep for value

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