Zalando confirms Frankfurt IPO later this year

Listing set to be one of the biggest European tech floats in years

May polishes pitch for Tory leadership

Home secretary to outline vision for reforms across government

Netflix calls on Batman for global push

Streaming company lands exclusive rights to Gotham series

Japan stocks extend rally to 7-month high

Hong Kong equities surge the most in 10 months on China services rebound

Scots poll has investors rushing for cover

Bookies pull in odds on Yes vote and markets look for hedges

Isis claims killing of US journalist

Cameron to chair emergency meeting to discuss possible response

PPI complaints fall by nearly a third

Latest figures suggest storm over consumer scandal is dying down

European Commission: The runners and riders

The Juncker regime will overhaul the EU executive

Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow at the Speakers House in Westminster speaking to the FT amid arguments over the appointment of the Clerk of the House of Commons. Credit: David Parry/ FT
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Bercow hits back in Commons clerk row

Commons’ Speaker says attempt to split clerk role not ‘power grab’

US-EU urge Israel to return West Bank land

Fears that seizing 1,000 acres will hurt prospects for peace talks

Fears grow over possible Home Depot breach

Security analyst says suspected attack could be bigger than Target’s

Comment and Analysis

Scots poll shows business wields little power in politics

Business leaders may spur the behaviour they warn against, writes Jonathan Guthrie

Estonia’s lessons for Europe

It would be a catastrophe for all Europe if the plaque on Stenbock House’s wall ever had to have more names added to it, writes Tony Barber

'Venus at the Forge of Vulcan', artist and date unknown, is on display at Abingdon Town Hall, Oxfordshire

Whodunnit? Canvass the art experts

Art history becomes a spectator sport on a new attribution website

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