Reserves in emerging markets shrink

Concerns over US policy trigger first fall in two decades

Isis cleared from Tikrit, says Iraq PM

Iraqi troops attack after US-led bombing, says Haider al-Abadi

Iran nuclear talks limp past deadline

Final day ends badly as sanctions issue proves intractable

HP sues Autonomy founder as battle heats up

US tech group brings High Court action against ex-software CEO

LONDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 27: Prime Minister David Cameron, British Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Leader of the Labour Party, Ed Miliband attend a Holocaust Memorial Day ceremony at Central Hall Westminster on January 27, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by Chris Jackson/WPA Pool/Getty Images)
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Rival economic plans come under scrutiny

Tories would curb growth a little relative to Labour, report says

Lubitz reported ‘severe depression’

Airline finds documents on medical troubles of crash co-pilot

Indiana governor to ‘fix’ religious bill

Pence to amend law that sparked uproar over discrimination fears

Japan Inc reins in spending plans

Tankan survey shows companies expect business conditions to deteriorate

Amazon gets its teeth into ‘button’ trial

WiFi-linked gadgets will allow users to reorder food or services

Asia equities stumble in most key markets

China positive after data indicate economy stabilised in March

John Malone, CEO of Discovery Holding Company. Photographed during an interview with the FT this morning.

Charter to buy Bright House for $10.4bn

Deal is latest in consolidation round sweeping the cable market

Comment and Analysis

UK election risks drowning in dodgy data

UK politicians err in not trusting their electorate with the truth

India: At the coalface

Failure to boost energy supplies will hurt Modi’s goal of turning India into a manufacturing force

Shareholder value not short-term profit

The biggest rewards should go to managers who think long-term, write Dominic Barton and Mark Wiseman

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