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Trump to decide whether to use his veto while White House has foreign policy concerns

Move is big victory for retailers such as Walmart over major US manufacturers

Trump’s PR man unleashes expletive-ridden attack on chief of staff Reince Priebus

Far-reaching deal brings new investors into his UK carrier and Air France-KLM

Some fear the Staley episode is already denting efforts to encourage more people to expose bad behaviour

Fairytale outlook may turn out to be a Cinderella moment

Latest round of $351m by Elon Musk’s private space company points to revival

Chancellor tells business leaders he is aiming for quick agreement

Core PC market proves a mainstay in spite of shift to focus on data

Third largest offering on record draws high demand for financing of $85.4bn Time Warner takeover

New Delhi keen for companies to sell debt and reduce dependence on bank loans

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Best rate since FactSet began tracking the data in the third quarter of 2008

Chief David Taylor says results prove activist investor is not needed on the board

Prison term for ‘brazen’ $45m scheme handed down in spite of high-profile testimonials

Randal Quarles attacked by congressional Democrats for being weak on Wall St abuses

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Richard Milne on tensions in the beautiful Lofoten Islands in northern Norway

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From office drudgery to lawn-mowing, early work is tough — but it changes us forever

Threat from lower cost shale and renewables sees conventional majors cut costs and improve production

How a photography exhibition is helping to break sartorial stereotypes

Markets News

S&P 500 and Nasdaq go into reverse after hitting record highs

Best rate since FactSet began tracking the data in the third quarter of 2008

Investors add $3.3bn in the week to July 26 which accompanies a rally in the euro

Technology

The surge in jobs is a rebuke for the tech sector’s critics and a warning for investors

Latest round of $351m by Elon Musk’s private space company points to revival

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