Ellen Pao loses Kleiner gender bias case

Jury finds in favour of Silicon Valley firm on all counts

Intel in talks to acquire Altera

Would be largest Silicon Valley deal since Facebook’s WhatsApp bid

Italy court clears Knox and Sollecito

Verdict ends eight-year ordeal over death of British student

Disability and child benefit on cuts list

Officials draw up options to include as targets for welfare axe

Germanwings co-pilot concealed illness

UN warned three years ago about mental health screening

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Greece to pay pensions . . . for this month

No assurances about €450m payment to IMF due on April 9

Kraft Heinz will have to pass taste test

New group must face up to a revolution in consumer preferences

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Yellen says rates likely to rise gradually

Fed chair presents arguments for central bank’s caution

B0HBYE Rock formation, Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands, Lesser Antilles, Caribbean

Tax havens told to opt for owner register

Ministers ask BVI and Caymans to introduce central registers soon

Yemen strikes test rising Saudi prince

Mohammed bin Salman emerges as face of muscular foreign policy

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Lightbulb moment as graphene goes live

Coating of material on light filament cuts energy use by 10%

Comment and Analysis

Highs and lows of departing Commons

Debacle over Speaker was a poor finish for a successful parliament

Destiny the video game by Activision

Video gaming has come of age

National Videogame Arcade is recognition of the creativity of games, writes Helen Lewis

QE not to blame for all our economic ills

The argument that printing money is making us all poorer has two errors, says John McDermott

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