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Bob Iger to remain chief until 2021 as Rupert Murdoch sells entertainment business

Yellen plays down economic implications of reforms on monetary policy

Eurozone is still forecast to miss inflation target over next three years


Brexit secretary suggests government defeat on EU departure legislation poses problems

CEO Kåre Schultz says cuts will be made carefully and ‘not in a harvest way’

Door open to ‘fast lanes’ allowing preferential treatment for content owners who pay more

Combining information will help researchers find new treatments, the Microsoft founder says

Martin Blessing takes charge of wealth management after heading bank’s Swiss business

Corruption probes will spur ‘staggered and reasonable’ change, says Ranque

Industrial output dips after thousands of factories and mines are closed

EU Council set to tackle prosaic issue that would open way for grander ambitions

A model that promised to disrupt banking has disappointed as delinquencies mount

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Heavily defended yet delicate glass box is city’s first new moated building since medieval era

Mirai botnet harnessed power of ‘internet of things’ devices to bring down websites

Move comes after Rex Tillerson suggested willingness to talk ‘without preconditions’

Patrick Byrne plans to help build global property registry using technology


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A global charge is on to supply cheap and cost-efficient batteries

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Dozens of powerful figures faced misconduct claims as a culture of silence crumbled

Director Rian Johnson has created a work of human imagination

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Euro briefly rises as ECB lifts growth forecasts, dollar steadies after Fed’s dovish rate rise

Investors show unease over lack of aggressive action to temper inflation


Analysts see Ineos declaration as a sign of severity of damage at Forties network


Users will be able to access platform as social media group adds new revenue stream


Facebook’s 97-cent Brexit ads, Toshiba buys time, French school smartphone ban

Door open to ‘fast lanes’ allowing preferential treatment for content owners who pay more

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