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Competition with Netflix and Fortnite is forcing Japan’s karaoke operators to innovate
Funding gap between the competitors reflects big philosophical differences between their investors
Volodymyr Zelensky faces multiple challenges, starting with Vladimir Putin’s Kremlin
Japanese insurers are split on currency risk.
Patent trolls; Lehman Brothers; the Instagram aesthetic; and much more.
Elon Musk is speeding too fast as he seeks to dominate self-driving cars
As results season looms, excuses for lagging behind US rivals are wearing thin
Generous yields on US Treasuries undermine critics of greenback’s reserve currency role
Twitter and Snap are making good progress but they are not where they want to be
Emperor’s abdication raises question of how to trade the 10-day shutdown
Japanese group better equipped than in 2013 to repel any push to sell off assets
Jes Staley’s strategy to scale back excess weakens activist shareholder’s narrative
Countering terrorism is also about social and political resilience
Once revenue-obsessed investors now demand higher profits
Countries can defend against individual hackers by sending them a ‘horse head’ message
People want to believe a powerful and charismatic leader is on their side in an unjust world
Dividends could double without hurting investment plans
Expect lower profits, but the chemicals group should be praised for its stance on responsible sourcing
US grocery chain boss takes a drubbing from trade unionists
Battle for market share will undercut the value of those with short leases
Rise in cases shows it is time for systematic scrutiny of algorithms that determine behaviour
For those who like subpar interest rates with their avocado on toast.
Lost in the London v Europe dogfight is a larger truth — the market is global, not regional
Remainer parties should co-operate in European Parliament polls
The IMF's Tobias Adrian tours the world's big risks. Plus, Vitor Gaspar on “good” and “bad” spending.