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A rapid withdrawal by the UK would only strengthen the EU’s enemies
Perhaps no Tory leader could have done better, but few would have done worse
The Square Kilometre Array will be a network of thousands of dishes and 1m antennas
The EPP and its leader Manfred Weber must stand up for democracy
Collection belonging to Nirav Modi, celebrity jeweller and alleged fraudster, is to be sold off
Companies in burgeoning technology require new sources of funding
Loose monetary policy has buoyed assets but did not create meaningful supply
Extended UK divorce will suck up union’s resources and distract it from more pressing business
Amid calls to make university tuition free, one city’s training model is boosting the jobs market
A lucid defence of the evolution of Islam’s religious jurisprudence
Norway’s sovereign wealth fund is misguided in cutting its oil and gas holdings
Our Green New Deal lets us plan for the trade-offs that come with such big changes
Since admitting an accounting error, there has not been a single change of personnel
Car-booking app cannot afford to stop growing
Google and Facebook present would-be disrupter with its biggest challenge
The first new anti-depressant since Prozac provides hope amid the gloom
Heroic assumptions are required to make the numbers work on analysts’ spreadsheets
Like children, payment groups could outgrow their seniors. But is big really better?
“We need more of it, and we need it now.”
It's simple really.
The risk is that a strong performance so far this year will start to fade
Philip Hammond doubles down on predecessor’s quest for productivity through wage floors
Thousands face large bills after being caught in a clampdown
Sentiment is surging along with inflows, but further upside is limited.
Fast-growing start-ups require robust oversight of their global operations
Don't celebrate, graduate.
CEO pay; corporate debt; coal; and much more.
Diversity and richer ways of working beat big cheques and job-hopping
The Trumpian fallacy that success bubbles up from chemistry alone is dangerous
Ravi Mattu on why social media is a double edged sword for the Canadian prime minister
Parliament should use a delay to find where a majority lies for an exit option
Cases of Metro Bank and equity release mortgages show reluctance to admit policy mistakes
Lyft’s dual class structure will prevent shareholders from having reasonable input
Competition watchdog considers widening scope of probe into funeral services market
Doubts about group’s strategy when it came to market have proved well-founded
US regulators and the aircraft maker should have acted faster
Office colleagues who have long feared the worst now look savvier