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Delegation from Japan battles Singapore in campaign to attract investment managers
Central bank president faces inflation policy opposition from Bundesbank’s Weidmann
Fiona Hill describes White House push for Ukraine probes as a ‘domestic political errand’
Elon Musk hopes Bond-inspired electric vehicle will be a hit with pick-up drivers
French wines are among the European products caught up in transatlantic trade dispute
In spite of the self-belief and boosterism, Europe’s tech sector fails to convince
What happens when we lose the language of our ancestors?
Active investors see their strategies automated while passive alternatives get cheaper
Frontrunner to be next German chancellor admits to tough first year as party leader
Construction of tall buildings hit as slowing economy trims credit supply
Privacy concerns over access to non-regulated health information on 27m users
Norinchukin’s holdings of debt vehicles drop about $1bn between June and September
Billionaire former New York mayor takes another step towards joining crowded Democratic field
Alberta native and leadership rival is given a make or break job by Canadian PM
PC and printer maker given days to agree to pursue a ‘friendly combination’
Closure to external money after three decades follows run of poor returns
Jeremy Corbyn’s hard-left programme will wreck the UK economy
How did the fall of the Berlin Wall shape Germany’s political identity?
Politicians and privacy campaigners call for Google’s $2.1bn deal for Fitbit to be blocked
Move over Le Meurice, the French capital’s hottest cocktail spots are now in ‘Silicon Sentier’, the city’s tech epicentre
‘None of the accoutrements of chefdom — just a Michelin-quality chef operating with the tools of a snack bar’
The city may not have the flashy food scene of other European financial centres, but it’s full of stylish places for a working meal
Body clock not yet on JST? The FT’s former Tokyo bureau chief Gillian Tett shares her top three ways to cope
John Tu’s long-established memory business is flourishing in the age of the cloud
Those who wear their natural hair can face colleagues’ uninvited curiosity
Radical policies infuriate Lagos business elite yet thrill leader’s ardent fans
Fund manager seeks stronger oversight and bigger spot volumes from producers
Total US fundraising plummets as companies focus on mainland and Hong Kong
The rights to the “.org” registry have been bought by a private equity company.