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US bank benefits from broader post-election trading surge

Carmaker says competitiveness at risk and calls for Nissan-style reassurances

Vice-president seeks to reassure Davos audience of US commitment to Nato and Europe

Johnson and Davis evoke second world war in defence of May speech

Rolls-Royce’s troubles show where power lies in the business intelligence industry

Five hurdles on the prime minister’s chosen path for the UK after Brexit

Trump cabinet pick to face questions about trade and economic policy

Earnings from US companies with big percentage of sales from overseas at risk

Liaoning’s ‘large-scale financial deception’ latest blow to country’s statistics credibility

Trump’s unpredictability provides companies with an incentive to settle

Education publisher to sell stake in Penguin Random House

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Move comes weeks after South Korea said it would slap $854m fine on the company

Democratic senators say investment by health nominee Tom Price may have been illegal

State and city retirement systems are starting to close a $3.4tn funding hole

Asset manager says era of quicker economic growth, rising rates and higher inflation looms

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Few inaugurations are memorable, but this election has brought many surprises

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Popular platforms can wither just as quickly as they bloom

As the US yearns for its industrial heartland, the future of manufacturing takes shape

Delegates at Gujarat conference that launched PM on global stage bemoan pace of change

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Stock markets mixed as Treasury yields rise and gold breaks 7-day winning streak

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Investors puzzled after central bank bought just €4bn in corporate debt in December

Markets Insight Michael Mackenzie

PM has removed some political uncertainty, but plenty remains in the Brexit process

Technology

Robin Li hands challenges to artificial intelligence expert poached from Microsoft

Food delivery start-up wants more high-tech staff to improve operations

Move comes weeks after South Korea said it would slap $854m fine on the company

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