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The US president is confident of winning a new round of legal battles
Mainstream parties should be alert to the risks of sharing power with populists
Centenary of the Amritsar massacre stirs debate over who is ‘British’ or ‘Punjabi’ enough
The US and Europe fear the country’s dominance of the global market in lithium
Lab-made bacteria pave the way for scientists to build life from scratch
If we fail to notice the commonalities, it is because of diplomatic froideur
Donald Trump is not looking for war with Iran but hawks in the US and among its allies could provoke one
Government has a role to play in fostering innovation and encouraging investment
The land grab for assets across media and food delivery shows their power is under threat
Smaller countries should band together to sustain multilateral free trade
If the prime minister wins a second term, he must arrest a slowdown in growth rate
Technology companies around the world are seizing on food delivery as an essential business
The buttoned-up modern man has much to learn from the singer’s resplendent wardrobe
It was a relic of a patriarchal age – but these men shared a window of time that no longer exists’
Why it’s boom time again for the plutocrats
Earnings opaqueness only exacerbates concerns over low pay.
Investors likely to play a big role in deciding the ultimate paths the pair take
Tesla a prime example of why so-called momentum stocks are no longer what they were
Clinging to No 10 will simply prolong the political paralysis of government
Fundraising for Ocado venture will not deliver a profiterole or a profit for a while
Takeovers by big rivals could stop start-ups but investors will be laughing either way
US copyright registration ≠ government endorsement.
The risk of a no-deal Brexit grows as premier’s term draws to an end
Qualcomm, Sprint and T-Mobile run into multi-layered regulatory system
New York taxi industry shows disturbing parallels to the 2008 crisis
Neither sale has been negotiated from a strong position but direct-selling retains its allure
Minority investors in Acacia can and should object to the take-under
Presidents often choose their VPs based on short-term campaign priorities rather than competence
The prime minister’s attempt to deliver Brexit has comprehensively failed
Submerged shares will eventually have to rise
Woe betide he, who forgets EV.
Falling trade and investment hit developing countries especially hard
Opposition manoeuvre to delay sale of airport operator ADP threatens president’s reforms
Robo-apocalypse; a new Cold War; the Sackler family, and much more.
Recent tales of voyeurism will unnerve holidaymakers everywhere
Milkshaking is intended to humiliate rather than hurt, but violence against politicians is a serious concern
The FT’s gardening columnist on the horticultural event of the year