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Security researcher’s discovery suggests extensive use of facial recognition

Writer Alain Finkielkraut verbally assaulted on fringes of Saturday march in Paris

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The move is part of the US bank’s strategy to own rather than rent its major buildings

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Juan Guaidó wants to establish diplomatic ties with Nicolás Maduro’s biggest allies

Our tendency to confuse blunt words with unacceptable behaviour does us no favours

Authorities move to calm voters with vow of clean ballot next Saturday

Rising revenues expected despite unexpectedly weak US retail sales

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Peter Harf says he has options to replace Bart Becht who left last month

Vice-president warns on Chinese tech, nuclear Iran and the battle for power in Venezuela

UK regional carrier blames uncertainty surrounding Brexit

Sale of Oppenheimer to Invesco is largest transaction as number of deals hits 253

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The actor on getting into character, his debt to Withnail and this year’s Oscar race

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Why data can be sexist

Family estrangement is like a gradual death – but sometimes it’s the only option

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NYSE and Nasdaq file petition to DC court, saying regulators’ move is unlawful

Tech giant accused of ‘arrogance’ after New York expansion plan falls apart

Ride-hailing company’s lawsuit comes after its ad blitz failed to stop city’s law

FTC could levy multibillion-dollar fine if it decides social network broke data consent order

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With record profits and nearly €2bn in sales, it’s no wonder the Kering brand’s chief executive is smiling

Many are holding themselves back from progress at work because of outdated stereotypes

Trade involves buying local funds that hold overseas debt — but currency risks lurk

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The key concerns for the week ahead

Italy’s bond market is like Goldilocks’ porridge: not too hot and not too cold

Stimulus from Beijing and Fed pause on rates offset continued concern over trade war

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Without intervention works can be unplayable just a few years after their creation

Companies and politicians can learn from the ill-fated New York deal

Chinese courts livestream trials and let claimants file cases and resolve disputes online

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