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The new boss springs from investment banking and vows to get a grip on the trading arm
The US president was attacked by politicians for seemingly siding with Vladimir Putin over election-meddling. But voters seem unmoved by his mis-steps
Sometimes it pays to be reminded of what makes life here worth living
The government must prioritise reform of social care for older people
The biggest dangers are rising uncertainty and geopolitical frictions
Tory hardliners fail to grasp that the EU would set the terms of a no-deal rupture
Top jobs are difficult but the Peter principle was right: the wrong people are in them
The Jersey girl in whom Ol’ Blue Eyes met his match
Does the way you dress say something about the rigour that you bring to your work?
An unhappy Google is set to appeal against the EU’s record fine
The fruits of the research we fund are a public good not a threat to America
We need solutions to the crisis in adult social care in the UK
“...which had been built as an act of kindness”
World commerce is at risk but Japan and the EU sign the largest bilateral trade pact
How should the UK address the failures of its domestic economic model?
The distinction is not academic.
I was too negative when writing about Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google years ago
Financial institutions need to insure against reputational shocks.
There are twists and turns aplenty yet to come in this story of national self-harm
Former BoE deputy has particularly harsh words for Ofcom
But vulnerability to foreign funding need not mean an unhappy ending
The BBC should appeal against Cliff Richard’s legal precedent
Former US policymakers say their counterparts did not do enough to stop the rot
Some European flexible thinking is needed for a compromise and to avert a crisis
The world is preparing its strategy for bypassing the US
The proposed US-Taliban talks will founder without an outside supervisor
BAE’s unveiling of the Tempest model highlights Europe’s defence spending problems
‘Those with doubts about Brexit are routinely chastised for their negativity, their lack of confidence or faith in Britain’
By making new technology a priority, Beijing is placing a large bet on a small group of private sector companies
Merger could open door to mega-deals that would put this one in the shade
An article in Die Zeit ruffles feathers among liberals and hardliners alike
The US central bank must be prepared to halt or reverse rate rises
Vestager has emerged as a global antitrust enforcer on Android
Important changes are taking place in the region that confound the ‘destiny instinct’
Any law on ‘designer babies’ is years away but informed public debate is essential
The strange treatment of student loans masks government spending
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