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German carmaker ramps up spending on electric vehicles, self-driving and ride-sharing
The state doesn’t want utilities to go bankrupt from wildfire costs.
Unwieldy industrial groups are acknowledging the need to be nimble
Chewing over the best way to battle climate change
At least 65 people detained as prime minister Abiy Ahmed seeks to clean up government
Trump administration had revoked credentials after confrontation
Hip-hop is now the dominant genre in pop. But how do artists get big?
The US lender has evolved to become less complex and more in the Sage of Omaha’s ballpark
Biel Crystal said to have laid off thousands of factory workers due to fewer orders
World disease snapshot, women’s health, rhythm methods
Coty chief, Babcock’s timing, Interserve, Beyoncé, Ford and shipping’s digital future
Brexit, Warren Buffett/Goldman Sachs, Uber, WeWork
Sector must contend with rising fuel and wage costs plus uncertainty about EU exit
Broadcasting nous will enable her to propel English football into the digital age
Cracks in the business model appear as online agents vie for tightening market share
City of London figures back May’s withdrawal deal but worry UK may crash out of EU
Disappearance of Meng Hongwei raises fears global body is open to manipulation
Parent company Viacom takes different approach to streaming threat
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The majority government-owned bank will no longer have to hold additional capital
Multitude of offers to borrowers reflects the desperate state of the mortgage sector
Volatility in stocks has hit the ambitions of public companies but helped private equity firms