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The US rhetoric against Tehran has become increasingly hardline

No evidence of malicious campaigns, but plenty of propaganda from nationalist parties

Company fails to explain why spreadsheet’s data should be disregarded

Chancellor calls for election after video exposes coalition partner’s Russian links

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US group wants growth in transaction banking and a German deal could help achieve that

Uber missed out on a ‘first-day pop’ but debut days are not always a guide to the future

Investor Robert Smith springs $40m surprise on graduates of Morehouse College

Stocks and rupee rally on indications ruling BJP likely to be largest party in parliament

Report reveals exploitation of women and girls has worsened as cybersex industry grows

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Large operators take lion’s share of money aimed at softening blow of trade wars on farmers

Fresh blow for manufacturer as it admits to flaws in 737 Max flight simulator

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Facing investigations and lawsuits, the company’s chief executive is struggling to restore public confidence after two fatal crashes

The founder of yoghurt maker Chobani urges other bosses to make employee-friendly decisions

Republican foe tries to put president’s Atlantic City misadventures on the big screen

Investor to push for board makeover as it demands more independence and better returns

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Highlights

Facing investigations and lawsuits, the company’s chief executive is struggling to restore public confidence after two fatal crashes

Respect, non-interruption and even body-language awareness can help staff to get along

The founder of yoghurt maker Chobani urges other bosses to make employee-friendly decisions

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Technology

Financing for Checkout.com settled between ‘gentlemen’ rather than through term sheets

Special Report Investing in Greece

Like shipping, the country’s technology sector could flourish in a global market with the right people

Special Report Investing in Greece

The pool of seed funding is growing but companies still lack a collaborative culture

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