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Briton elected to lead consultancy after four-month leadership contest

Communist party proposal paves way for Xi Jinping to serve beyond 2023

Lawsuit over access to data held abroad highlights challenges of cloud computing

Former Italian prime minister, Polish president and Austrian chancellor reject allegations

Instant Insight Brooke Masters

Boycott by anti-gun activists comes as companies are under pressure to take sides

The Senate should ask about wage compression, power concentration and share buybacks

Elevation to health minister sets up conservative standard bearer for tilt at succession

Rebels repel ground assault on pocket of resistance but air strikes continue

Analysis Technology

Criminal case comes ahead of UK civil suit claiming $5.1bn damages

Analysis Insurance

Seized insurer’s rapid debt-fuelled rise came at expense of sector heavyweights

Pressure from customers and campaigners forces corporate America to act

US News

Plan announced for switch to coincide with Israel’s 70th anniversary

On Wall Street Alexandra Scaggs

Investors should be aware many companies have been playing down the effects

Survivors of Florida school shooting press for change and hold lawmakers to account

US lender includes warning for first time in ‘risk factors’ for investors

Opinion

Video The Week Ahead

Daniel Garrahan previews top stories making news in the week ahead

Highlights

Covered hair is all the rage this season. Why?

The world may be getting better in many ways but climate change is not one of them

FT Series Work tribes

Listen in to the conversations of the people who populate our modern workplaces

Markets News

Market Questions Michael Mackenzie

Markets will be on their guard when members of Congress grill the chairman

The Long View John Authers

There are limits on an ability to judge future probabilities and never pay too much

Utilities, tech and energy sectors end week on strong note

Technology

Latest Galaxy handsets more ‘continuous improvement’ rather than radical redesign

Lawsuit over access to data held abroad highlights challenges of cloud computing

Analysis Technology

Criminal case comes ahead of UK civil suit claiming $5.1bn damages

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