Top EU court suspends data-sharing deal

Ruling deals blow to companies such as Facebook and Google

Cameron urged to speed up EU referendum

Business says delay leaves ‘in’ campaign open to political attack

Strong dollar drags on SABMiller earnings

Brewer reports fast-growing sales in Latin America and Africa

May takes tough line on ‘mass’ immigration

Home secretary’s conference speech will call for a more selective policy

PwC tops Deloitte to lead the ‘Big Four’

Acquisition of Booz & Co powers consulting revenue growth

Treasury auction sees US join 0% club

Latest to issue zero-yielding debt with $21bn sale of 3-month bills

A Bloomberg terminal.

Alphabet to back Symphony service

Google investment would mark a departure into serving Wall Street

Robin Watson, new Wood Group CEO

Wood Group promotes insider to CEO job

Robin Watson takes over helm of oil services group

Johnson warns Osborne over tax credits

London mayor wants to position himself as ‘One Nation’ Tory

Bharara warns of insider trading ‘bonanza’

US attorney hits at Supreme Court for declining to hear appeal

Japan central bank weighs easing options

Weak economic data may push Haruhiko Kuroda to act, say analysts

Air France bosses attacked in jobs protest

HR chief’s shirt ripped from his back at meeting on job cuts

Comment & Analysis

Q&A: Tax avoidance rules

New standards to make it harder to shift profits offshore

What bankers can teach economists

Myopia contrasts with more convincing action to repair the financial sector, writes Ludger Schuknecht

Adblocking raises anxiety of ad industry

New filtering technologies figure to disrupt conventional marketing models

Best comments from our readers

"It seems alot of the deflationary pressures mentioned is very closely linked to falling commodity prices. Not to say that over-capacity is not an issue, but what's the magnitude between the two causes? The debt creation in the corporate sector looks scary. How much of that is loaded up in Chinese state/quasi state companies?"
By miller1 on Emerging Asia: The ill wind of deflation

"To me it feels a bit like escapism. It seems as if some people decided there is nothing else we could do to try to create a better, more sustainable life here on Earth so before it is too late we need to come up with an escape plan."
By ZGHermann on A walk on Mars is a step to the stars

Market-moving news and views, 24 hours a day

Sorry, Fast FT is unavailable at the moment


Enter job search