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Proxy war between iPhone maker and leading chipmaker intensifies as payments withheld

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Waves of spending are bearing fruit but expansion remains main priority over profits

President has made progress on pledge to deregulate US economy in first 100 days

First-quarter earnings for Swiss bank beat expectations

Presidential frontrunner stumbles in run-off battle with Marine Le Pen

Chairman looks back with sadness and insists airline was on brink of recovery

German lender has been seeking new finance boss since Marcus Schenck took dual role

Chief executive seeks to shift attention from his treatment of a whistleblower

Advertising group responds further to investor concerns over incentive programme

Summit endorsement would raise fears over fragmentation of UK

Levandowski’s move aside comes days before a court ruling in Waymo lawsuit

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Timeline of the ‘Trump trade’ and market-moving events

New ‘no fly zones’ comes after Isis terrorists dropped bombs in Syria and Iraq

Big data unicorn rallies after pricing IPO stock at half level of private fundraising

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New Jersey court reinstates billionaire and former fund as defendants in $8bn case

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They scorn bureaucratic process and cut their losses if a deal goes sour

Highlights

It was never going to be business as usual. But leaks, power struggles and policy reversals have dominated the first three months of President Trump’s administration

Author of ‘Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance’ tapped into the zeitgeist

‘What drives me on? Not having done enough! Being dissatisfied drives me on’

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More investors are betting on the continent, but that is creating its own risks

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Euro and Bund yields bounce after data shows inflation pick-up

US private equity firm securitises distressed mortgages in Ireland as Italy struggles

Technology

The costly battle between the two smartphone giants explained

Proxy war between iPhone maker and leading chipmaker intensifies as payments withheld

Expectations for fiscal 2017 mark reversal from years of writedowns

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