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When voters feel democracy is not serving their interests, freedom starts to falter
A new ‘virtual workforce’ is enhancing the productivity of human intelligence
Pauline Hanson’s rightwing One Nation could blunt the view that migration underpins its economic success
The world has changed, making megadeals based on cost cuts harder
Harassment allegations by a former engineer could prove damaging, writes Andrew Hill
The real question is how to ensure growth is more evenly shared
Notebook: Victory is a potent tool as is delivering on stump promises
The internet confronts us with our previous selves, fixed in pixels for posterity
Pro-Europeans have to push for change after exiting the union
Trump hammers the press in a White House on wheels
The government plans to consult on how best to protect 11m scheme members
Will the system bring the president down or will he destroy it first?
The FT's Alan Smith on the genius of Hans Rosling's favourite chart
Disgraced construction group paid bribes to a huge number of politicians beyond Brazil
The problem with robots is rent, not the loss of jobs
India, cyber bullies and how social media is used to attack political opponents
Improving growth picture also drives spike in capex
Until new players find a compelling customer offer the sector’s oligopoly will persist
Future prosperity may hinge on creativity and caring and the desire to share skills
Monetary policy involves trade-offs that are fundamentally political in nature
As the bank faces its ninth straight annual loss, can chief executive Ross McEwan hang on at the helm?
If he wants a regional deal, there has been one on offer for 15 years
Members of the president’s own party think the unthinkable, writes Philip Stephens
The company and country could emerge stronger from current woes
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