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Elites must recognise that mismanaged economies have helped to destabilise politics
The Spanish bank needs all the help it can get
Facebook chief had enough time to plan for inevitable transition at the imaging app
The Indian prime minister is linking his name to a man his own mentor despised
Sky deal is the latest megamerger aimed at countering the technology titans
Cash-rich firms increasingly buy from each other but debt could threaten some deals
A co-ordinated international regulatory framework is long overdue
Google, Twitter and Tesla chiefs lose focus when it comes to managing the groups they spawned
Today’s Tory Leavers misread their heroine’s intentions
The government’s defiant mood in negotiations with the EU risks further humiliation
Facts feed into a picture of archaic beasts that lived 570m years ago then vanished
But will automated valuation methods lead to more rational housing markets?
Politics rather than facts predominate in discussion of Supreme Court nominee
But the dollar continues to dominate.
Elsewhere on Tuesday, -- When is it time to worry ...
The defiant tone Theresa May struck after Salzburg is reminiscent of the Greek referendum
Managers cannot escape from this part of the job, but help is at hand
“ASKfm kicks off a new stunt - this time without killing a sherpa”.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell is ignoring the realities of modern business
The shadow chancellor is moulding the mood of voters to his political ends
Prime minister relies on UK court in his fight against Vijay Mallya and crony capitalism
Elizabeth Warren’s proposed new law would force big US companies to broaden their mission
Report from MAC is good on evidence, but too eager to fit the public mood
The general assembly is a chance to fight for international co-operation
The tariff tit-for-tat is more than an expression of one man’s animus towards Beijing
Led by China, countries from Turkey to India are looking for opportunities
Public misconceptions and lobbying by vested interests produce flawed decisions
From Monsignor Héctor Fabio Henao, Cáritas Colombia, Bogotá, Colombia
A window into the world of the new left
Growing awareness of the issue could accelerate corporate reform
Is this term anything more than a handy marketing slogan?
Low wage inflation fuelled the bull market but this is now changing
Drop in NHS demand blamed for profit fall — but health service is just 30% of revenues
Accuser’s claims against Brett Kavanaugh deserve serious treatment
Crypto-assets are impractical and do little for financial inclusion
EU leaders’ rejection of May’s plans have increased the chance of failure