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Scores of small ‘CubeSats’ circle our planet 24/7, surveilling everything from shrinking glaciers to fleeing refugees – but do they put our privacy at risk?
GE break-up; Apple, BP, Detroit auto show and China internet crackdown in the news
Public admissions by some of the country’s greatest companies reveal deeper problems in how they are run
Thailand attracts high-end motorcycle manufacturers as domestic sales soar
Ministers cannot shield companies from their diesel difficulties
Falling trade barriers are boosting growth and changing how the bloc does business
Success at home counts for little when challenging established players abroad
The shift to cleaner power is disrupting entire industries. Will the 21st century be the last one for fossil fuels?
Beijing invests billions to try to squeeze out Japanese and South Korean rivals
The presidential campaign’s protectionist rhetoric is threatening global commerce
Weaker yen and robots make reshoring local manufacturing more viable
While GM is to end production in the country, others may tough out the current dire conditions
Lack of recharging points poses threat
Governor’s drive to attract foreign carmakers to region has others trying to emulate it
Technology has reanimated the back catalogues of old rockers. So why are they unhappy about selling more records?
Billionaire returns to prominence with pharma venture
US president demands wealthy pay their ‘fair share’, writes Richard McGregor
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