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Politicians call for company’s chief Mark Zuckerberg to testify about privacy breach

Former French president summoned in probe into financing of successful 2007 election


Unpredictable behaviour hits Brussels’ efforts to find solution in tariffs spat

Business already being disrupted by Brexit and prices are rising, survey shows

Tehran high on agenda as US president welcomes Mohammed bin Salman to White House

As regulators probe cause of Uber incident, some want industry to apply the brakes

Some believe President Erdogan is unwilling to tolerate a slowdown as elections loom

Officials seek balance between encouraging new technologies and risking reputation

Saudi business tycoon looks at spinning off domestic property holdings and other assets

TWC also releases victims and witnesses from non-disclosure agreements

Urjit Patel says RBI has inadequate regulatory authority over public sector lenders

Conditional agreement represents valuable economic guarantee for Britain

US News

President says US must get tough on ‘big pushers’ of drugs

Trio tipped off US authorities about misconduct at Merrill Lynch arm

Agricultural merchant reshuffles operations in face of supply surplus and flat prices

Start-ups offer software that help businesses cope with country’s security problems


An FT explainer on the fear gauge and why it was created


Two weeks after attack, very few details of investigation have been released

With policies against online breaches to be worth $10bn by 2020, insurers rush to gain expertise

A road map to lead the solar energy industry to its brightest future

Markets News

Impact from Facebook slide and talk of EU ‘digital tax’ muted on bourses


A faster pace of US rate rises will have ramifications for Hong Kong and its currency

Investors and traders are eager to hear what BoE officials make of the breakthrough


Purely financially, the data scandal looks no more than a distraction

Instant Insight Richard Waters

Debate needed on benefits of autonomous vehicles if public backlash is to be avoided

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