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Ex-aide Timothy blames Selmayr for leak of pre-summit meeting to German newspaper

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Jordan Belfort warns about the current craze for cryptocurrencies

Talk of higher bracket aims to dispel criticism that reform plans will benefit the rich

Spanish PM hopes triggering Article 155 is decisive blow against separatist campaign

The very freedoms people seek by going freelance increase their vulnerability

Developing countries could lose low-cost manufacturing if leisurewear companies increase focus on automated production

Chinese group among bidders for maker of key component in electric car batteries

US defence secretary seeks to reassert waning American influence in Asia

President’s pro-market reforms win vote of confidence, further dividing opposition

Asset manager called emergency meeting after allegations of inappropriate behaviour

Regulator gears up to handle moves in a blow to UK capital on managing Asia risk

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DRW and others are seeking to profit from the wild price swings of bitcoin

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Party backslapping after critical step taken on rocky road to tax reform

Analysts speculate about dividend reduction after ‘very challenging quarter’

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Microsoft’s chief executive outlines how empathy can change corporate culture

Iese and Esade fear that tension on the streets could lead to a drop in applicants

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Spain’s Ibex 35 slips after a weekend of political drama, European bourses hold steady

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Investors’ focus also turns to Fed chair horse-race and Japan election’s implications

Even a modest narrowing of its bond-buying programme may do long-term euro damage

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Traditional lenders fear the rising sector is full of criminals and fraudsters

Microsoft’s chief executive outlines how empathy can change corporate culture

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