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Myanmar leader promises aid but rights group accuses her of ‘victim blaming’

Reports say former campaign chief was wiretapped and has been told to expect indictment

French president willing to accept phased approach to big eurozone budget

Dominica prime minister reports ‘widespread damage’

Trends in the US and internationally show how difficult it will be to ‘bring back coal’

The rewards to companies that buy back shares have declined along with the practice

Filing is latest in grim year for traditional retailers ravaged by rise of ecommerce

Academics and clerics held as Riyadh acts to silence criticism

Focus on commercial real estate is part of attempt to shore up lender’s US business

Milestone underlines extraordinary success of world’s largest sovereign wealth fund

‘Disruptive’ political climate sparking applications slump, says global exam chief

US News

Report of insider trading investigation adds to pressure on credit reporting agency

Jann Wenner to sell controlling stake 50 years after founding pop culture biweekly

May and Trudeau hint at procurement curbs if US group pursues state aid claims

Executive chairman who led network giant from mid-90s will depart at end of year

Opinion

Any business with a social utility function should be open to scrutiny

The Short View Jennifer Hughes
Instant Insight Andrew Hill
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How Angela Merkel's stance on migrants has changed

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Highlights

Much-touted economic boom shows signs of wobbling

Analysis Airlines

Passenger anger rises as carriers turn to baggage and food fees to shore up revenue

Special Report Health at Work

When a colleague’s mental health deteriorates, managers must be ready to spot the signs and react appropriately

Markets News

US policy outlook in focus with Fed expected to signal plans to shrink balance sheet

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Trends in the US and internationally show how difficult it will be to ‘bring back coal’

The rewards to companies that buy back shares have declined along with the practice

Technology

The short seller’s call on the tech group may well see it reverse its unhappy trend

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Proxy fight will test the power of foreign shareholders in Chinese companies

Online grocery group aims to sell automated warehouse technology to rival retailers

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