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PM reshuffles ministers and appeals to grassroots chiefs as coup stumbles

Mike Pence unveils plan as strategic competition with China heats up in region

Data show that recommendations from proxy advisers ISS and Glass Lewis are rarely followed

President maintains position on climate change during tour of worst affected areas

FT Magazine Gillian Tett

‘Etymology can give a startling new perspective on many of the phrases we frequently toss around in business’

New York Times investigation piles pressure on Mark Zuckerberg’s second-in-command

Traders and producers struggle as campaign against Tehran sees exports and prices fall

Demonstrations across the country underline discontent with Macron’s reforms

Sale attracted some private equity interest but offers were well below $1.2bn target

Financing could still be tough to agree and faces resistance from other EU members

Jewish Home becomes second party to withdraw support over Hamas ceasefire

Weekend FT

His 1851 survey of hawkers and traders reveals a precursor to today’s thriving street-food scene

‘I’m driven on by the fear of having to get a real job’

How did a young Londoner thrown out of school end up writing a book with Britain’s biggest rap star?

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Districts that flipped in the US midterms have more college degrees than average

Democratic contenders acknowledge defeat after more than ten days of counting

Case against WikiLeaks founder accidentally revealed in court filing

Taco Bell latest to have found way to lower debt costs and ease investor access



Investment drops as momentum fades

The Whitney’s retrospective cuts through the superstar baggage to focus on an artist with a refined eye and pure creative gift

John Carreyrou, winner of the FT/McKinsey Business Book Award, talks about Bad Blood

Markets News

The Long View Michael Mackenzie

Backdrop to turmoil was a volatile pound and weaker share prices for UK-exposed groups

US chip stocks slide after Nvidia warning; oil prices extend rally

Junk bond sell-off deepens and default insurance costs rise


Group’s unexpectedly weak sales guidance adds to fears electronics demand could slow

Social network’s COO insists she is fighting to fix fake news and Russian interference

Mike Mackenzie’s daily analysis of what’s moving global markets

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