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It is not just the Conservatives: the opposition party also has sharp divisions over Europe
Angela Merkel’s decision to open the door to more than 1m refugees hangs over Sunday’s national poll
As the Federal Reserve meets this week, officials are flummoxed by restrained price rises
Davide Casaleggio is gatekeeper of the party yet it discloses little about his role or his company
Cash-rich US companies are buying corporate bonds, but will promised tax reform end the buying spree?
A plebiscite on gay unions exposes wider leadership rifts, which prime minister Malcolm Turnbull will struggle to overcome
Flood of initial coin offerings is aimed at bypassing Google and Amazon, but sceptics fear a bubble
Family-run conglomerates are a large chunk of the economy, but scandal has raised the pressure to rein them in
States struggling to cope with the overdose epidemic are suing companies and distributors
The German chancellor has deflected her critics and is on course for a fourth term
The global PR firm is on the verge of going out of business after suffering its own reputational crisis. What went wrong?
Producers are investing heavily in LNG projects to compete with wind and solar. But is too much capacity being added?
Starved of government funds, Britain’s providers of low-cost homes are going upmarket to finance their communal quest
Three carriers face disruption to their role as ‘superconnectors’ as the state-owned groups fight to justify a business model built around hubs in a volatile region
A push to exploit the country’s lead in the sector risks being tripped up by regulation, sparking fears it could lose out to a rival
Will investor moves into funds that uphold ‘environmental, social and governance’ standards really pay off?
As officials switch their focus to reconstruction, the multiple threats created by the disaster have not subsided
Who takes moral and legal responsibility for our mechanical creations? Governments are being urged to join the debate
As others shied away, the German bank lent money for several projects. But the president and lender face increased scrutiny over their ties
With Theresa May a more peripheral figure, a coalition of Remainers and Leavers aims to delay the full liberation from Brussels
Investors seek an advantage from tradable intelligence but legality of alternative data is in question