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Crisis-era reforms have made it a target for investors looking to cut costs — and jobs
The prime minister deployed clever rhetorical tricks but her appeal to MPs was doomed
The single currency endures but significant adjustments are necessary
The more aggressive US approach is part of a strategic shift that goes well beyond the trade war
Electoral commission must prove honest dealing or conduct a recount
Pawel Adamowicz had become a symbol of tolerant liberalism
Pompeo’s speech highlights foreign policy parallels the US president prefers to ignore
The assassination of Pawel Adamowicz has unleashed a torrent of blame, anger and sorrow
Credit is flowing to state-owned companies, not more productive private ones
Balance sheets are strong, but business is going to become tougher
The government is betting its terms will please citizens who are fed up with freedom-of-movement
Proponents of ‘Global Britain’ underestimate just how difficult it is to do deals
Defeat of withdrawal deal does not change realities confronting the UK
US customer price increase likely to be spent luring more viewers, not balancing the books
Cats and dogs command huge donations — but other causes may deliver more lasting good
‘From Reddit to Apple, tech offices all share an antipathy towards walls’
Not everyone is bewitched by the decluttering guru — but she’s done wonders for my drawers
For beginners, the world of investment is a minefield of jargon
Men and women perform better when they work together in mixed teams
In this guest post, a Mexico City-based strategist explains how to assess Mexican assets.
Policymakers will be mindful of the risk of fear feeding on itself
FCA’s crackdown must also balance out needs of those at lower end of credit spectrum
A soft exit from the EU now looks more likely
Results stand in contrast to online rivals but investors should keep eye on certain metrics
Bankers are no better at managing expectations than politicians
Fourth-quarter fall in Japan’s currency challenges traders’ long-held assumptions
Corporate transformation does not have to be steamy and rushed
John Malone sees business potential in Central America
A series of examples.
Fewer people want to buy automobiles because ride-sharing services are widely available
Litigation will be long and tortuous, with billions of dollars at stake
The group’s market cap more than halved to $4bn on news it will file for bankruptcy protection
The government should pull the fiscal lever again instead.
The psycho-cultural barriers women face are hard to overcome because they are not obvious
Has social media made consumer campaigns more effective?
PageGroup discovers problem with textbook answers: they do not allow for reality
The sorry state of local US news is leaving incumbents vulnerable