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The president has merged America’s economic policy with its national security strategy
Pope Francis has ordered an investigation into a London investment by the body managing charitable donations
Those who grumbled about Pax Americana are being confronted with the alternative
We should override patent protection on some medicines and change how R&D is funded
Regulators should look closely at fund supermarkets’ best buy lists
The prime minister’s reforms are an object of fascination across Africa
Banned for decades, US betting is back and European gaming companies want a piece of the action
They can make up for self-inflicted mistakes that have worsened the global slowdown
Companies from Boeing to HSBC have discovered the danger of delaying hard choices
Russia, Iran and their client Assad have had a huge win from the US’s withdrawal
The question is whether they value secession from the UK more than EU exit
Conservative nationalism has taken a firm hold in central Europe
And is not actually, in any meaningful way, blockchain-based.
The Fund’s biggest-ever programme was poorly thought through
Recent examples of divisions being split off by big businesses should raise questions for long-term investors
Norway is pioneering a more interesting attack on air miles gained through business travel — taxing them
What’s the not-so-subtle sartorial signal being sent by ties that hang below the belt?
Gather insights, dismiss orthodoxy: the eight habits of the highly intelligent
Could a rise in luxury sales point to pent-up demand at the end of a turbulent year?
Hearing about the challenges successful people faced builds confidence and self-belief
The work of pension pools is threatened by the oversimplification of challenges
A healthy salary does not always prevent problems, says the FT’s personal finance editor
Alison Rose appointment at RBS will lead to more meaningful comparisons
Carrie Gracie: the most urgent question is ‘How do we beat this?’
Reproductive health is an equality question in the workplace
Failure to declare the use of proceeds is a threat to debt sustainability
There are good reasons why fund managers should not back up the truck
Investment banking revenue jumped 27 per cent year-on-year to $1.5bn during quarter
How could so many have been encouraged to back illiquid fund that was so badly managed?
Shares’ dramatic ascent may have run its course but tech group remains in an enviable position
In a new book, Candace Bushnell follows up her cult TV series with an exploration of dating at 60
Retailer struggles to show it has matured into a smoothly-run sales machine
Chinese central bank wants to cushion minor lenders from sudden shocks
Investors fear a backlash against corporate governance changes is behind proposed foreign investment rule change
Poland, Czech Republic and Hungary among countries looking to shed ‘cheap labour’ reputation
Public squalor; Amazon elections; a new Fox News; China’s tantrums; and more.
The senator could harm Elizabeth Warren’s chances of grabbing the Democratic nomination