China buying more iPhones than US

Shifting power balance in smartphone market

US and India strengthen ties

Obama-Modi embrace marks warm start to US president’s 3-day visit

Puzzle of low wage rises tests the Fed

Feeble pay data could add to calls for a delay to US rate rises

Obama challenges Congress on Arctic oil

Attempt to protect 12m acres opens battle line with Republicans

Battered energy groups brace for cuts

Big operators to release plans for surviving oil price collapse

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Human investment managers risk obsolescence

Computerised hedge funds will ‘dominate’, says Braga

Bombardier struggles to break jet duopoly

Canadian manufacturer’s C Series jet is running behind schedule

A red and white Swiss national flag flies above the entrance to a building in Zurich, Switzerland ©Bloomberg

Obama threatens more Russia sanctions

Warning comes after attack by rebels on Ukrainian city of Mariupol

Davos more expensive but groups pay up

Benefits outweigh sharp rise in costs, executives say

Yemen chaos puts drone strikes in doubt

Government failure against Houthi advances a problem for Obama

Republican hopefuls woo the Iowa faithful

Gathering for would-be candidates shows their ideological diversity

Comment and Analysis

A Qualcomm chip. The company decided to challenge a $1bn fine imposed by Chinese regulators in 2013
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China: Monopoly position

Architect of Beijing’s antitrust laws says they are being used in a turf war between regulators

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Anne Stausboll, Calpers: the $300bn woman

The mighty US pension fund boss squeezing fund managers’ fees

Saudis prize stability above all else

The early appointments made by King Salman represent a delicate balancing act within the family

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