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When is it right to sound the alarm about political turmoil?
As the economy founders, fingers point at cheap labour by Syrians for falling wages
China and the west prioritise different things in algorithms
The chancellor’s warnings about no deal have irritated his cabinet colleagues
Initial conversations with the EU are key: we can apply pressure but may have to compromise
By floating some of its online assets it will create Europe’s biggest consumer internet company. But will that lift its share price?
A lively and insightful introduction to America’s messy fight for renewable energy
Energy policy needs rethinking and COP26 is a chance to lead the world on climate change
The wisdom of relying on the equity of US multinationals is now suspect
The world needs a strong replacement for Lagarde
A firm response is needed without damaging diplomatic efforts
Workers should leverage their status to make social change for good
Talk of a loan-book sale underlines how difficult it is to be a bank that takes on others
As the era of Angela Merkel closes, new political alliances and ideas are needed
It is time for an overhaul of EM equity and bond indices
Belgium-based brewer’s zeal for cost-cutting means there is little fat for Japanese buyer to trim
The founder’s centrality to business mean minorities are exposed to a buyout at a jumble sale price
Focusing on the technology sector would reap benefits for companies and workers
Ho-hum market reaction is not surprising given the Gulf’s falling share of seaborne crude
The real test for the exchange will be whether it can drag some top tech names on board
The sock puppets are in town.
The challenge of moving to a fairer world versus the rate of return
Tax reforms have made companies more likely to pay larger sums of cash in lieu of pensions
Equitable workplaces will only happen if companies change the culture of presenteeism
The sustainability of the sector’s business model is in question
Slow, inefficient and high-handed are all epithets flung at the UK financial watchdog
Governments can do more to pressure makers to bring down prices
Average hourly earnings data does not capture many of the benefits that workers value
Jeremy Corbyn has allowed a vile strain of racism to infect his party
Robots may dish up sweet desserts as well as higher profits in future
It is taking decades to turn these one atom-thick sheets of carbon to good commercial use
The pipeline of senior female executives in the US and abroad remains feeble
Support for independence grows as the threat of crashing out of the EU looms
Seizure of British-flagged tanker could force new prime minister to rethink approach to nuclear accord
Worse than the holiday out-of-office is the one announcing the sender is working on a book
Cocs Up Pre-Market.
Shared office provider has an uphill struggle to convince the sceptics