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Digital currency plan has already garnered a backlash, but may still be hugely disruptive
Tory members should insist on answers, or the next bust-up will be in Number 10
Demonstrators draw on failed Umbrella Movement’s lessons
There is a danger that edtech may only worsen the industrialisation of the current system
Global Britain assumes a world that is moving towards free trade, rather than against it
Protecting a world order on the brink of a fall
The social media platforms that facilitate their campaigns are suffering a PR backlash
The environmental lobby is starting to assume a significant role in European politics
Recessions are a natural part of capitalism, not something to be avoided at all costs
Decisive victory for Imamoglu in mayoral poll proves Erdogan can be defeated
Mario Draghi’s successor at the ECB will need to handle the next existential crisis
Increasing access to central bank deposits can help foster competition
Policies to create jobs and boost growth depend on having accurate data
Carmaker raises emission provisions but potential hazards remain
Daniel Kretinsky should splash out more if he is serious about his bid
Combine concentrated liquid bets with some illiquid investments and the risk of problems rises
Clegg has a “very substantive” role at Facebook, apparently.
The BIS outlines why the issue isn't whether big tech techniques are effective; it's whether they are desirable.
Victory for New Democracy, the main centre-right party, could reignite volatility
The perception gap; the clinic of last resort; restaurants; red flags; and more.
Pair highlight choice between screening out and engaging with troublesome companies
Paris plays the long game after Neo-Hanseatics shot down initial sweeping ambitions
Asset managers claim they are not systemic but a larger scale fund run could show otherwise
The great advantage of business travel is that it takes you to places you never yearned to see
When staff are too angry or too weepy, managers can help steer a path back to normality
A cashless world is moving closer
Boris Johnson is more determined than Jeremy Hunt to force a departure on October 31
Call for accounting probe highlights need for audit and finance chief rotation at Aim
Public funds should be used if they deliver at lower cost
We need to decide what sort of online environment we want. Then we need to work together
Labelling it ‘state capitalism’ is unfair and self-interested
Dispute over census threatens wider disillusionment with US politics
For most people, only practice can make you look spontaneous
Analysis of European elections reveals a range of threats to the Tory party and its next leader
Unwanted pregnancy carries higher physical and psychological costs for women than men
The “ultimate Schrödinger's cat” of the digital economy.
The Tory party risks destroying itself in order to deliver Brexit