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New technology can bring the continental demos into being at last

Leader shocks TV viewers with speech that fails to deliver expected resignation

Life of mastermind behind a series of notorious murders in Los Angeles in 1969 ends in California hospital

Levy on services such as advertising on Google and Facebook ‘an attack on avoidance’

Investor speaks out amid fears spy agencies will monitor democracy and rights groups


These days, chief executives are pestered and pursued as never before

Prison provides free board, lodgings and healthcare for hard-up pensioners

Fines of billions of euros likely on 8 lenders for allegedly rigging $5.3tn market

FT investigation finds companies hit by US sanctions still operate in Chinese territory

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Patrick Drahi’s cable empire reins in M&A strategy to focus on operations

UK prime minister keen to break deadlock at next month’s EU Council meeting

Party’s narrow majority makes support from Collins and Flake critical 

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Report estimates public health emergency’s economic toll at almost 3% of GDP in 2015

Consultancy picks first Asian leader in its 44-year history to replace Bob Bechek

Broadcom’s $130bn bid for Qualcomm reflects semiconductor companies’ desire to depend less on smartphones and vie for a foothold in AI

Trump eyes budget director who called CFPB a ‘sick joke’ as regulator’s interim head


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The student winners and the team of experts that chose them

Asset manager CEO Damon Williams stresses need to deliver ‘very good value’ for clients

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‘Wash and go’ luxury merino wool suit reflects changes roiling luxury goods industry

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Chinese equities broadly lower in wake of tighter asset management regulations


Also in focus this week: has the tide turned in favour of buyers of the dip?

New service allows customers to use debit card to pay for goods in bullion


Vigilance remains high as cyber intelligence experts anticipate the next big ransomware threat

Range of machines has grown as they learn how to carry out tasks from human masters

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