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‘Ebit macht frei’ comment leaves question over carmaker’s leadership

Barnier lays down conditions ahead of summit where PM will seek extension

Independent inspector general to carry out audit of the jet’s certification process

French online medical appointment management service cements its ‘unicorn’ status

New video game streaming service has potential to upend $135bn industry


Business chiefs praise bankruptcy and tax laws but complain about rash demonetisation

Negotiators take aim at crucial sticking points in an effort to pave way for final deal

UK police initiative on identifying fledgling terrorists extended to private sector

Global rules on systemically important financial institutions add to fundraising pressures

Aid agencies warn of humanitarian crisis in some of Africa’s poorest countries

Facebook-owned platform partners with 20 vendors including Adidas, Burberry and Zara

US News

Balance sheet and outlook in focus as Powell preaches monetary policy patience

New Stadia service will be available this year but no details given on price

Brewer reduces influence of 3G and installs ex-Altria boss Martin Barrington as chair

The question is whether media companies will sign up to its TV platform



Allocators such as pension funds want more exposure to Asia in their portfolios

Tory leadership contenders need backing of Eurosceptic and mainstream MPs

Physical gold ETFs lose their lustre as market optimism blooms elsewhere

Markets News

Sector’s leadership of Wall St stocks is set to face political and regulatory tests ahead

British stocks such as Vodafone and BP will have to be traded within the EU warns Esma

Strong positioning data suggest investors may have little appetite for more


New video game streaming service has potential to upend $135bn industry

FT Magazine Tim Bradshaw

The idea that we could be captured for posterity, or teleported for a holographic call, is tantalisingly close


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