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Washington steps up moves to tackle Beijing over intellectual property regime

France, UK and Italy demand action to block terror content online

Minister says funding reform is open to discussion if region backs down on referendum

News Corp, New York Times and Financial Times discuss AI tools with search group

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Crude crash reverses decade of oil conservation as consumers return to gas guzzlers

The first English-language biography of France’s president focuses on his ascent rather than his ideas

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Heightened competition and lack of dynamism sealed fate of handset maker

NY attorney-general steps into spat involving film mogul and fashion designer

Central bank takes majority stake to prevent second collapse in three weeks

Attorneys-general have wide powers to fine companies and reshape business models

Probe ordered after breach of Edgar online information filing system

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Storm is strongest to hit the island in 85 years

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Alphabet’s ‘smart home’ unit says it wanted to produce the best doorbell on the market

Health and human services secretary Tom Price criticised for charter jet use

As the Federal Reserve meets this week, officials are flummoxed by restrained price rises

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‘The UK is now experimenting on itself for the benefit of humanity’

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Janet Yellen signals further rates increases ahead

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Centuries-old technique — bone conduction — to power group’s new high-tech eyewear

Joe Gebbia persuaded hosts across the world to open up their homes to all-comers

Overseas dealmakers are starting to win over Japanese companies

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European financial stocks rally, offsetting wider pressure on region’s bourses

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Analysis Oil

Crude crash reverses decade of oil conservation as consumers return to gas guzzlers

US currency finds some support as central bank signals intention to raise rates further

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Carmaker says pollution and dwindling oil will force China to go all electric by 2030

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Analysis Technology

Heightened competition and lack of dynamism sealed fate of handset maker

Centuries-old technique — bone conduction — to power group’s new high-tech eyewear

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