Ford scraps ‘heart attack’ car seat plan

Carmaker blames cheaper and more accurate wearable technology

Gunmen attack Mohammed art show in Texas

Suspects killed at exhibition organised by free-speech group

How mayor pleaded to end Bridgegate jams

Prosecutor tells how Christie associates agreed a ‘radio silence’

European stocks start week on steady note

China equities shrug off weak manufacturing survey

UK party leaders set for knife-edge election

Opinion polls put Cameron and Miliband neck-and-neck for Thursday’s vote

Arab-Israel peace talks ‘dead’, says Carter

Former US president says no prospect of new talks under Netanyahu

Race to develop 5G mobile technology

Labs are working flat out to produce patents that will underpin the future of connectivity

Unarmed Trident II (D5) ballistic missile being fired from HMS Vigilant during a test launch in the Atlantic Ocean on Oct 29 2012 ©PA

Aberdeen takes on India over tax demands

Asset manager escalates dispute between global investors and New Delhi

Buffett defends relationship with 3G

Berkshire chief’s reputation as benign acquirer under fire

Republicans push Obama on TPP vote

Trans-Pacific Partnership would be biggest trade deal in decades

Merck: Confusion mounts over shared name

German drugmaker seeks to defend rights to brand

Comment and Analysis

Dave Goldberg, entrepreneur, 1967-2015

SurveyMonkey chief executive and husband of Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg

Fed pause gives emerging markets respite

US central bank’s decision on interest rate rise may change the shape of the global recovery

EU should resist urge to rig cyber rules

The right way to bolster European businesses is not to disadvantage their rivals, writes Carl Bildt

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