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Lloyd Austin cites concern over scale and frequency of Beijing’s military sorties
Biden and Putin scheduled to hold phone talks as tension escalates on Ukraine border
Network said it uncovered new details of assistance to Andrew Cuomo’s defence of harassment claims
Bitget was threatened with legal action by Korean boy band’s agency for promoting digital currency Army Coin
The ex-president’s media venture is aimed at challenging the platforms from which he has been banned.
With politicians now barred from government, some fear the revolution has stalled while others vow to keep protesting
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Executives look to secure rights to minerals and metals as Beijing seizes on US exit
Conservative Les Républicains choose candidate who aims to be France’s first woman president
Banker claims colleagues at different division tried to lure away former New York Yankees infielder
Pre-departure tests will be required regardless of vaccination status to slow transmission of Omicron
Data underscore central bank focus on inflation as labour market continues to tighten
The fashion designer filled his many homes with acquisitions, from priceless tapestries to Tokidoki. Now his estate is up for sale
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Aggressive defence of Epstein associate is risky strategy in MeToo era
Build-up of inventories likely to reverse as supply chain fears ease — with deep discounting to come
Creation of just 210,000 positions is under half the number economists had forecast even as unemployment rate drops
Loretta Mester says variant could exacerbate supply chain crunch and worker shortages
The scion of a Spanish business dynasty is set to take over as chair of the retail giant that owns Zara
Weather pattern linked to floods in Australia, drought in Afghanistan and dry winter in US
Anglo-Dutch major says economic case ‘not strong enough’ for field north-west of Shetlands
Activist fund says plans to keep producing the fossil fuel for decades was ‘morally unacceptable and financially flawed’
Chilean director Pablo Larraín describes his creative process and FT political editor George Parker examines the UK’s House of Lords
The government once more makes masks mandatory in shops and on public transport for England — and some work Christmas parties are cancelled
Plus, Major League Baseball’s player lockout, Real Madrid’s last-ditch attempt to thwart CVC’s La Liga deal, and more.
NFT art has made headlines but some believe the digital assets could become ‘the bricks of Web3’
After overcoming ageist setbacks in their careers, two friends kickstarted training programmes with international ambitions
Traders pumped billions into market as share prices dropped, new data suggests
Ride-hailing group’s retreat following Beijing regulatory crackdown hits Chinese tech stocks
iPhone maker’s market value reached $2.7tn this week as hedge funds latched on to retail momentum
Winner of the FT/McKinsey business book award aims to ‘wake people up’ to the dangers of cyber warfare
Execs say they are losing out because of the dominance of paid-for ads and the tech giant’s growing proprietary services