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President suggests White House leaks may be fabricated by US news outlets 

Latest show of force is Pyongyang’s 12th this year


AustralianSuper begins voting against senior directors on all-male boards 

Airline struggles to tackle cancellations and delays despite many systems being back up

Terror attack puts focus on failed state whose troubles have been overshadowed by Syria

Songs are physiological experiences, capable of doing powerful things to us

Officials seek to convince financial groups to move operations after UK Brexit

Resistance grows over president’s efforts to determine his successor as party leader

Late-stage tech groups shun public markets as benefits of not listing endure

Gaming console helps boost company’s valuation to highest since 2008

SBI chairman Arundhati Bhattacharya calls for more time in booking provisions

US News

President did not give explicit support to mutual defence clause at alliance summit

Persistent weakness could affect Fed view that slowdown is temporary

Difficulties at Home Capital do not reflect problems in the housing market

Analysis Media

Network beset by personnel problems while rivals make gains with White House coverage



British political leaders line up for TV interviews as campaigning resumes

Financial Times picture editors showcase the best photographs from around the world

FT & McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award Andrew Hill

Fiction is brain-food for leaders and fuels their appetite for make-believe

Photo of FT & McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award

Markets News

Sterling and the polls, bitcoin volatility and feel-good flows

Analysis Oil

This week saw the nations strengthen a union initially meant as a temporary move

More than $750m flows in over week to May 24 despite political upheaval in the country


Analysis Airlines

Other airlines have suffered similar woes that hit revenues and profits

Airlines, banks and exchanges have all suffered outages that were not the result of hacking

Late-stage tech groups shun public markets as benefits of not listing endure

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