Gunmen attack Mohammed art show in Texas

Suspects killed at exhibition organised by free-speech group

Aberdeen launches India tax claim

Asset manager escalates dispute between global investors and New Delhi

Buffett defends relationship with 3G

Berkshire chief’s reputation as benign acquirer under fire

Catastrophe bonds guru hits back at book

Fermat Capital’s Seo says researchers ‘stoking unfounded fears’

Financial groups face FCA approval delays

Waiting time has nearly doubled since markets watchdog was set up

Anchor on Liverpool docks with the sunset in the background. Photo taken on: November 30th, 2012

Joyless recovery in Liverpool jobs market

Fewer people jobless but nature of their work is changing

Race to develop 5G mobile technology

Labs are working flat out to produce patents that will underpin the future of connectivity

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Ford car seat that can detect heart attacks
©Ford

Ford scraps ‘heart attack’ car seat plan

Carmaker blames cheaper and more accurate wearable technology

Saudi Arabia accused of using cluster bombs

Banned munitions deployed in Yemen air strikes, says rights group

China data revision weighs on Asia bourses

Manufacturing slowdown drags on Hang Seng and Shanghai Composite

Foreign investors snap up £28bn of UK debt

Appetite for gilts comes despite uncertainty over election outcome

Comment and Analysis

EU should resist urge to rig cyber rules

The right way to bolster European businesses is not to disadvantage their rivals, writes Carl Bildt

The bank of England, City of London.
©Charlie Bibby/FT

Precarious prospects of London finance

UK’s next government needs a clear vision for the financial services industry, writes Philip Augar

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SurveyMonkey chief executive and husband of Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg

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