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Weak earnings were lambasted as ‘unacceptable’ by chief executive John Flannery

Deal lands in market judged by some investors to be frothy

Jordan Belfort says craze for initial coin offerings recalls boiler-room tactics

Schneiderman to investigate whether officials violated state’s civil rights law

Analysis Europe

An aristocrat, a protester, a religious activist and a communist give their views on the revolution

Shareholders are more interested in return on capital and cash generation

Boris Johnson adds the US has an ‘absolute duty’ to prepare for military action

Predecessor Kleinfeld stepped down after writing to activist investor Elliott

Former aide Timothy blames Selmayr for leak of pre-EU summit meeting to German newspaper

Developing countries at risk of losing cheap manufacturing if leisurewear companies accelerate automation

Three-way coalition hopefuls eye tax cuts and social benefits

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Analysis Banks

Ted Pick has been tipped as a potential successor to CEO James Gorman

DRW and others are seeking to profit from the wild price swings of bitcoin

New report says analyst research from investment banks is priced unrealistically high

In an industry obsessed with algorithms, the media boss is focusing on quality

Opinion

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Leading tech companies are set to report quarterly earnings

Highlights

Microsoft’s chief executive outlines how empathy can change corporate culture

Iese and Esade fear that tension on the streets could lead to a drop in applicants

In an industry obsessed with algorithms, the media boss is focusing on quality

Markets News

Wall Street falters after run of records and Spanish stocks drop

Ventures backed by likes of Tencent and Alibaba are lining up wave of hefty floats

Robust appetite for non-performing loans and other distressed assets across Europe

Technology

Deal lands in market judged by some investors to be frothy

Some of the numbers don’t transmit such good news for group’s upcoming IPO

Service offered to individuals not companies promises $1m protection

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