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Policies move out of sync across major economies
Regulators target the ethics of data use and AI, and unicorns head for the markets
Election woe for Netanyahu, Erdogan and Maduro but Trump survives the Mueller inquiry
EU holds online platforms liable on copyright and Apple enters Netflix’ arena
EU leaders meet to discuss how to handle China as President Xi Jinping visits Italy
With parliament riven and Brussels losing patience, how long can Theresa May fight on?
Do we need a Glass Steagall for the sector? Control of the sector is a global challenge
Positive paths through the gig economy and satellites enlisted to fight slavery
Political and economic insecurity is pervasive, but is it well founded?
Is the digital frontier revealing its inhospitable contours?
What is the real state of the union?
Has a trade dispute ever been so tense?
The world’s economic elite gathers in Davos, while the UK is still clouded in Brexit uncertainty
May’s deal is defeated but she keeps her job after a vote of no confidence
The US and Chinese economies slow, the UK finance sector readies for Brexit and the ECB retreats from QE.
Oil prices swing, China backs fuel cell technology and US closes on energy independence
So many twists and turns, but Theresa May keeps her job and battles on
A selection of writing from FT columnists on the companies and sectors being shaken to their core
Macron’s popularity plunges, Orban provokes anger, Italy blames Brussels for its woes
The ECJ rules the UK can revoke Article 50, May delays a vote but hangs on to her job
Temporary truce is latest move in US-China trade war, but tensions go beyond tariffs
GM slashes jobs, Britain shuns low-skilled migrants, the gilets jaunes
Trump squabbles with China, the UK struggles with Brexit, and Nissan ousts Ghosn
Theresa May reaches a Brexit agreement with the EU but faces bitter divisions at home
Donald Trump claims victory in the US midterm elections but Democrats take the House