Civil servants face axe to hit trainee quota

Union anger as redundancy terms are also targeted in report

Vickers lashes out at BoE bank buffers

Architect of UK reforms questions ‘wisdom’ of weaker regime

Citi’s top bankers could avoid UK rules

London-based global managers could be excluded from new regime

Robots threaten jobs, scientists warn

Intelligent machines will soon replace humans in all sectors

Market turmoil slams US hedge funds

Weak start to 2016 worries managers fretting about redemptions


Banks listen in to traders’ phone calls

Challenge is to weed out evidence of market abuse from banter

Supreme Court death spurs fierce battle

Fight begins to fill crucial seat in Washington

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Restaurateurs get hot over The Kitchen

Kimbal Musk goes into battle over Wolfgang Puck’s new restaurant name

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O2 deal good for competition — Three chief

Merger would fix ‘imbalance’ whereby the big two squeeze out smaller groups, Dyson says

PBoC governor plays down forex fears

Zhou seeks to calm China markets amid global turmoil

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EU talks going to wire, says Hammond

‘Still a lot of moving parts’, says foreign secretary

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Clinton’s big, complicated world

The crucial element for her lies in reminding voters that level-headedness is a virtue

Biggest thing in luggage since wheels

Suitcases are going electronic in a response to the 24m lost worldwide since last counted in 2014

Zombi survivor: Yves Guillemot of Ubisoft, which created its first game for the Amstrad CPC in 1987
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Yves Guillemot, Ubisoft: assassin’s siege

The boss of the French video game maker will this week start a fightback against Vincent Bolloré

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