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Many predicted that passport would supersede party — that has not happened
The rush to offer free help to working parents needs more careful thought
Governments and businesses mismanage what will be a key asset of modern economies
Companies seeking to promote sustainability deliver better returns over the long term
Manifesto contains big spending pledges but charts a centrist path
The valuation of an energy company cannot be engineered like the production of oil
Instead of erecting trade barriers with the EU, Britain must foster the green economy
When and if Britain leaves the EU, an array of difficult questions about a future trade deal will spring up
China will not accept inferiority — and the west should not want it to
Investors should not overlook the dreaded ‘stadium curse’
A peculiar mix of match-fixing and furious aggression has marked the start of the campaign
The EU has seen legal constraints where there are in fact only political choices
How would Richard III or Henry II have responded to an Emily Maitlis grilling?
Fidelity could use its offshoot to get ahead with block chain technology
In a time of complex issues such as populism and Brexit, a more human-centric vision of economics is needed
The company has been successfully expanding beyond the UK over the past couple of years
With another restructuring under way, investors can only hope it helps even up the numbers
New boss Maurice Tulloch must hit his targets with a marksman’s accuracy and articulate a clearer vision
Sales are rising quickly, but so unfortunately are costs
Size estimates of the plant-based meat products market in the next decade suggest opportunities in China exist but could easily end up a niche for hipsters
Recognising ‘facts on the ground’, not legal norms, is full of risks
Art-secured lending; seclusion rooms; short-selling bans; fishy support letters; and more.
Problems at a flagship nuclear reactor means French government can take time over future of EDF
Today’s Tokyo feels like a futuristic film set — but what happened to the flying cars?
Everyone has to take responsibility, from nation states to you and me
These vehicles for risky corporate loans are highly unlikely to blow up the financial system
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Local industrialists and investors grumble as foreign investors pick off assets
Lender’s board member claims last year’s IT glitch was ‘amplified’ by social media
The government needs to pass legislation to enable reform to happen
Investors would do better to double check their risk assessments on this one
As long as global interest rates remain ultra low, funds will keep arriving
The biggest winners from reductions would be large landlords
Shares rose because Tuesday’s annual results were decent, not because the planet has been saved
Africa’s flourishing open market in medicine is costing money and lives
It makes no sense.