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After $60bn was wiped off its market value over the data scandal, users’ privacy may become more of a concern for Mark Zuckerberg
The accord has reduced refugee flows and eased tensions within the bloc but deeper issues have been left unresolved
General-turned-president has stabilised country but critics warn of growing oppression and the rising role of the military
Larry Fink’s firm hopes to build a ‘quant’ powerhouse through its active equities arm
With policies against online breaches to be worth $10bn by 2020, insurers rush to gain expertise
With VW and GM pouring billions into production facilities for electric cars, Tesla’s supremacy is far from assured
While the White House lurches from one crisis to another, as key figures leave or are sacked, the real economy seems oblivious to the political tumult
Russia’s president is promoting a new generation to prepare for an eventual transition
The company is critical to the revival in the music industry but, with its brutal business model, can it make money?
Geely’s investment in Daimler crystallises fears about a loss of engineering knowhow and expertise
Warsaw has provoked outrage with a law against attributing Nazi crimes to the Polish nation or state, raising fears among the country’s Jewish community
More than 60,000 residents were displaced, with half yet to return. But some say moving out was more dangerous than the radiation itself
The poisoning of Sergei Skripal involved the use of a nerve agent. With suspicion of Russian involvement, the attack strains relations between London and Moscow
President must prove he can govern complex society despite increasing centralisation of power
Cement company is alleged to have paid off jihadis to keep a plant open
With return of inflation, rate increases and possible dollar strengthening, can they repay their rising debts?
Will greater repression replace subsidies as a way of containing social unrest in many of the autocratic states of the region?
Authorities are investigating whether companies aggravated a shortage of the vital medical product to boost profits
The group founded by Rupert Murdoch is at the centre of a flurry of deals by companies trying to keep up with Netflix and Amazon
The success of the big-budget Marvel film has demonstrated the commercial potential for movies with more diverse casts and stories
Large companies squeezed by innovative offerings from smaller rivals are now adopting their business models in search of higher growth