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He championed one of the biggest global health initiatives in history
Instagram influencers have broken into the personal brand market led by superstar artists
Narrow victory points to political fragmentation not weak leadership
We must start planning to live with the consequences of climate change
A bank once owned by oligarch Igor Kolomoisky is set to be a defining issue for the new president
Democratic governments are falling down on their responsibilities
Candidates for the presidential nomination are emphasising planetary over geopolitical threats
The IMF and World Bank have reached 75 by reinventing themselves
Today’s most pressing policy challenges require multilateral co-operation
The high-speed rail line is helping to reinvigorate the once industrial heart of England
StanChart chief’s comments did a disservice to shareholders’ right of oversight
Post-crisis stimulus has sent debt rising to levels that limit Beijing’s options
US energy production proliferates even as profits are scant
PSH’s good performance this year is unlikely to spark a shareholder revolt
“(Dollars) aren’t moved digitally. They are moved electronically.”
European research will do little for the bank in the US, where it lags behind Lazard
The days of the country’s famous ‘salarymen’ aren’t quite numbered but women are making gradual progress
If Od was a balance sheet item, Swedish lender would have a deficit
Trade wars are now conducted by presidential tweet, so why not currency wars?
Apps to keep relatives safe are effective but may not appeal to older technophobes
If Chinese esports become big business, who will benefit most?
Goal is to force Democrats to unite behind ‘Squad’ of radical non-white congresswomen
When enterprise value is more than half the total addressable market.
ESG investing; Assange’s embassy command post; innovative cocaine smuggling; Jason Miller; and more.
Be it a passion for erotic manga or a hidden rap habit, our data is yielding ever more about us
Your questions for our expert — and readers’ advice
Growing worries over elderly drivers spurs carmakers to develop autonomous technology
London mayor Sadiq Khan’s move to block the plan for the 305m-high tower makes sense
One investor said of his pension allowance: ‘He’s not listening to the music’
Investing is lucrative for once-dominant bank, but ethically challenging
Looming Indonesia ban and strong Chinese demand help metal hit 11-month high
Chief executive needs to shield the building materials group from a downturn
Irn-Bru cannot be relied on to inject fizz back into the share price
Further rate cuts or bond-buying will benefit fixed-income investors but nobody else
Cost overrun barely registers but minority investors are chorusing in pain
The FT's James Kynge says tariffs on exports are less important to China than Donald Trump thinks
Republican and Democrat convergence risks being grounded in diverging theories of how US economy works