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Like it or not, they are potent players in our fragile democratic politics and in global decision-making
Home Partners believes it has created an alternative path to home ownership. But is it really more like another corporate landlord?
Ambitious climate transition plans cannot disguise coalition differences about the nation’s reliance on Russian gas
Broadcaster plays a vital role in UK cultural and democratic life
The US has behaved too differently to be classed as part of an English-speaking club
Financial regulators should ensure banks properly consider climate change risks
Malaria is constantly present in many places — and still kills hundreds of thousands a year
The EU needs to respond to economic coercion or its geopolitical ambitions will be cruelly exposed
From the former Credit Suisse chair to Novak Djokovic, the arrogance of a privileged few sticks out amid the pandemic’s restrictions
The disconnect between the heart of the British state and the rest of the country explains how ‘Partygate’ happened
The Japanese corporation is on the cusp of full integration but critics say it needs to be wary of distractions like electric vehicles
The firm cannot distance itself from its office’s alleged role in state capture
Technology company to acquire group at aggregate purchase price of $68.7bn
Bank is worth holding during what promises to be a bumpy year in the markets
Scant details about alternative asset manager’s activity will blunt appetite for the business
Contracts for difference would be a dangerous exercise in kicking the can down the road
Consumer goods group has gems it could sell piecemeal
UK pharma company may still prefer to list its consumer health unit but the bar for success is now higher
While many business leaders discuss environmental concerns, a PwC survey suggests few know where or how to start
Three new plants will turn Three Gorges into the world’s largest offshore operator
As AI’s impact grows, new research reveals why the input of people all over the world is essential
Eligibility to stand in April’s presidential elections depends on a system of sponsorship
Matt Moulding’s empire warns on margins.
And more on growth stocks and real rates
HS2; Bitcoin; Be My Baby and much more . . .
Iran feels emboldened in Vienna nuclear talks but inflation is fuelling public discontent
Brexit’s final impact on the City will depend partly on Brussels’ determination to reduce dependence on the UK
Wide-ranging curricula and strong diversity policies will help in the fight against poverty and climate change
Surpluses will continue as Beijing struggles to rein in burgeoning debt and increase domestic consumption
Beijing is unlikely to relax three key policies that are crimping expansion
Beijing’s zero-Covid policy trades GDP growth for international prestige ahead of the Games
One in three EU households are unable to meet unexpected shocks to their finances
Announcement is the earth tremor heralding a gusher of cash from European lenders
For bourses, any extra business from private companies comes with strings
And, by the looks of it, little else.
Legal threat will probably have intended chilling effect on the most aggressive hedge funds
Whether or not it buys GSK’s consumer health unit, the company is on the hunt for a big acquisition