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Feb 23, 2018

Rusal proposes ‘shoot out' to end battle over Norilsk
Two of Russia's richest oligarchs prepare to resolve decade-long struggle for mining group

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Feb 23, 2018

Jens Weidmann on Draghi and the ECB
The hawkish Bundesbank president on how he would find common ground if he landed the top job in European finance

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Feb 23, 2018

Students take the lead in US gun control debate
Survivors of Florida school shooting press for change and hold lawmakers to account

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Feb 23, 2018

BofA cautions on potential cryptocurrency threat
US lender includes warning for first time in ‘risk factors' for investors

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Feb 23, 2018

China seizes Anbang in move to curb dealmakers
Ex-chairman Wu Xiaohui charged with economic crimes as Beijing targets conglomerates

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Feb 23, 2018

China seizes Anbang in new move to curb dealmakers
Ex-chairman Wu Xiaohui charged with economic crimes as Beijing targets conglomerates

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Feb 23, 2018

Rusal prepares for ‘shoot out' to end battle over Norilsk
Aluminium producer owned by Oleg Deripaska seeks auction mechanism to resolve wrangle

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Feb 23, 2018

US regulators block China semiconductor deal
Xcerra acquisition is latest tech takeover to be halted on national security grounds

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Feb 23, 2018

John Flint quietly makes his way to the top of HSBC
Keen sportsman will need stamina to stay on top of bank called ‘too big to manage'

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Feb 23, 2018

Five things to watch at Mobile World Congress
Barcelona event set to feature Samsung, Facebook, Huawei, 5G and US developments

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Feb 23, 2018

Ahmadi-Nejad becomes thorn in side of Iran regime
Populist ex-president's attacks may be attempt to deflect attention from court cases

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Feb 23, 2018

Zombie companies walk among us
But simply letting them go to the wall may not be the panacea it might seem

FT.com - Europe
Feb 22, 2018

Chinese government seizes control of Anbang
Former leader charged as Beijing takes toughest step yet in clampdown on globally acquisitive groups

FT.com - Europe
Feb 22, 2018

Latvian central banker says banks are trying to oust him
Ilmars Rimsevics tells FT that bribery allegations are ‘totally ridiculous'

FT.com - Europe
Feb 22, 2018

Meet the Work Tribes
Listen in to the conversations of the people who populate our modern workplaces

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Feb 22, 2018

Chinese regulators take control of Anbang Insurance
Beijing will prosecute ex-chairman for ‘economic crimes' and says solvency at risk

FT.com - Europe
Feb 22, 2018

India to get own David Brent in ‘The Office' remake
Producers hope hit TV comedy featuring an overbearing boss will translate well

FT.com - Europe
Feb 22, 2018

Remake of ‘The Office' to shine light on Indian workplaces
Producers hope hit TV comedy featuring an overbearing boss will translate well

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Feb 22, 2018

China's Fosun takes controlling stake in Lanvin
Conglomerate adds France's oldest surviving couturier to its portfolio

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Feb 22, 2018

US equity fund outflows continue despite rebound
Concerns about higher interest rates are blamed for skittishness about stocks

FT.com - Europe
Feb 22, 2018

Crunch Brexit talks hint at Conservative compromise
Ministers said to have agreed proposal similar to EU-Canada deal at Chequers

FT.com - Europe
Feb 22, 2018

Crunch talks hint at Tory compromise on Brexit
Chequers meeting said to have endorsed proposal dubbed ‘Canada plus plus plus'

FT.com - Europe
Feb 22, 2018

Mueller files new charges against ex-Trump associates
Indictment includes accusations Paul Manafort and Richard Gates filed false tax returns

FT.com - Europe
Feb 22, 2018

Manafort and Gates face new charges in Mueller probe
Accusations against former Trump aides include filing false tax returns and bank fraud

FT.com - Europe
Feb 22, 2018

China football tax ends world-beating transfer boom
Crackdown on capital outflows and levy on big-name moves curbs league's ambitions

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Feb 22, 2018

EU turns screw on Myanmar and Cambodia over abuses
Brussels threatens sanctions after alleged ethnic cleansing and opposition purge

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Feb 22, 2018

Big Tech faces UK tax on revenues, not profits
Treasury aims to levy large digital groups ‘fairly' after avoidance scandals

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Feb 22, 2018

Snapchat creator Evan Spiegel's pay hits $638m
Photo-messaging app founder likely to be best paid chief executive of 2017

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Feb 22, 2018

Democrats win bank backing ahead of deregulation vote
Senate bill would exempt regional lenders from post-crisis oversight rules

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Feb 22, 2018

Fed's Randal Quarles hails buoyant US economy
Comments by central bank's vice-chairman suggest further rate rises lie ahead

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Feb 22, 2018

Insurers being blamed for equity market turmoil
Annuity providers in spotlight over ‘managed volatility' strategies

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Feb 22, 2018

Rovio shares down 50% as ‘Angry Birds' maker dives
Mobile gaming pioneer warns on revenues and profits for 2018

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Feb 22, 2018

UK bid to agree Brexit line faces EU scepticism
May's aim for cabinet unity around ‘Canada plus' model unlikely to impress Brussels

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Feb 22, 2018

Nasdaq accuses Long Blockchain of misleading investors
Former drinks company added ‘blockchain' to its name in December

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Feb 22, 2018

‘Mad Max' Brexit and other dystopian visions
The Financial Times has seen a secret government memo listing the options

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Feb 22, 2018

Unilever HQ decision fraught with risk and complexity
The multinational's choice of location will have far-reaching consequences

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Feb 22, 2018

The reasons why Unilever may leave London
What is driving the multinational's choice of location for unified headquarters

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Feb 22, 2018

Ambulances roam eastern Ghouta for next victims
Death toll mounts in besieged Damascus suburb and Russia hints at second Aleppo

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Feb 22, 2018

Ambulances roam Ghouta for next victims in Syrian war
Movement invites attack in besieged Damascus suburb and Russia hints at second Aleppo

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Feb 22, 2018

South Korea's Garlic Girls conquer the Olympics
The success of the women's curling team reflects the rise of the nation

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Feb 22, 2018

ECB minutes reveal fears over Trump currency wars
Eurozone central bankers shared concerns that US could ditch strong dollar policy

FT.com - Europe
Feb 22, 2018

ECB minutes highlight fears over currency wars
Volatility in euro is ‘source of uncertainty which requires monitoring'

FT.com - Europe
Feb 22, 2018

Rovio shares plunge as ‘Angry Birds' maker dives
Mobile gaming pioneer warns on revenues and profits for 2018

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Feb 22, 2018

Ministers head for Chequers to set Brexit strategy
May aim for cabinet unity around ‘Canada plus' model unlikely to impress Brussels

FT.com - Europe
Feb 22, 2018

Rovio suffers 44% share drop on grim outlook
India has been gripped by the scandal involving billionaire jewellers and state-run institutions

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Feb 22, 2018

Rising interest rates punish US power sector
Heavily indebted utilities shore up balance sheets as financing costs increase

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Feb 22, 2018

US utilities set to lose steam on financial changes
Expectations of rate rise along with tax cuts put a damper on sector's attractiveness

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Feb 22, 2018

Rising tide of debt to hit budgets, warns OECD
Members' total sovereign debt has increased from $25tn in 2008 to more than $45tn

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Feb 22, 2018

Barclays swings to net loss of almost £2bn
UK bank hit by one-off charges as it tries to cheer investors with promises on dividend

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Feb 22, 2018

North Korea hardline general to attend Olympics
Pyongyang's choice of Kim Yong Chol adds new twist to delicate diplomatic situation

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Feb 22, 2018

HSBC caps back-office bonuses for thousands
Announcement follows decision to pay ex-CEO Stuart Gulliver $8.5m

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Feb 22, 2018

Hedge funds fight to save M&A arbitrage strategy
Challenging deal prices in court has become risky after latest ruling in Delaware

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Feb 22, 2018

Berlusconi and Bolloré face off in battle of the media barons
Mediaset and Vivendi go to court next week just days before the former prime minister's party competes in Italian elections

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Feb 22, 2018

Berlusconi vs Bolloré: Europe's battle of the media barons
Mediaset and Vivendi go to court next week just days before the former prime minister's party competes in Italian elections

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Feb 22, 2018

Romania corruption battle shows limits of EU sway
Bucharest, like Warsaw and Budapest, clashes with Brussels over the rule of law

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Feb 22, 2018

Erdogan paves way for pact with nationalists
Alliance illustrates Turkish president's drift towards rightwing agenda

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Feb 22, 2018

‘Frugal four' team up against Brussels' budget plans
Spending hawks suffer double blow from Brexit and Germany's readiness to pay more

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Feb 22, 2018

Can anything stop the boom in Hong Kong property prices?
Buyers are looking for smaller and smaller homes in the search for affordable housing

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

Hate speech, atrocities and fake news: the crisis in Myanmar
As violence against the Rohingya is uncovered and Aung San Suu Kyi falters, the country faces a pivotal moment

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

How the alleged Punjab National Bank fraud unfolded
India has been gripped by the scandal involving billionaire jewellers and state-run institutions

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

Rhodes will gaze down at another kind of scholar
The new global scholarships that are open to everyone are a century in the making

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

Hedge funds seek lift-off in leasing aircraft
Investment firms turn to the business of buying and leasing planes to help boost returns

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

North Korea's Kim Yo Jong emerges from the shadows
Supreme leader's smiling sister credited with softening image of Pyongyang regime

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

Trump suggests arming teachers after Florida shooting
President hears emotional appeals from survivors to end school attacks

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

Ford executive departs over misconduct allegations
Carmaker finds Raj Nair's behaviour was ‘inconsistent' with its code of conduct

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

Ford president out due to ‘inappropriate behaviour'
Raj Nair had been head of the car maker's North American unit for just nine months

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

Latvia says financial system stable despite bribery claims
President slams ‘constant information attacks' on nation hit by central bank scandal

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

Fed sees US economy gaining momentum
Minutes from Janet Yellen's last meeting boost case for more rate rises

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

Facebook seen struggling with new European privacy rules
Academics find social media group's data policies will breach GDPR regime

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

Latvia says central bank scandal a smear campaign
President slams ‘constant information attacks' on Baltic country amid bribery claims

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

JPMorgan plans massive HQ tower in New York's Park Ave
Rebuilding at existing location instead of Hudson Yards is big boost for midtown

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

Netanyahu confidant turns state witness in corruption probe
Shlomo Filber's decision to testify adds to Israeli PM's legal and political problems

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

Netanyahu confidant turns state's witness
Shlomo Filber's decision to testify adds to Israeli PM's problems

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

May braced for Unilever decision on headquarters
Anglo-Dutch group weighs consolidation in the Netherlands amid Brexit pressure

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

May braced for Unilever to shift headquarters from UK
Anglo-Dutch group looks to consolidate in the Netherlands amid Brexit pressure

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

US ‘too big to fail' regime set for Trump overhaul
Treasury plans ‘Chapter 14' bankruptcy process to shield taxpayers from bank collapses

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

US proposes overhaul of ‘too big to fail' regime
Treasury proposals would curtail orderly liquidation system for banks

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

US evangelist Billy Graham dies aged 99
‘Pastor to presidents' said he received his calling on 18th green of local golf club

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

Broadcom lowers Qualcomm offer after new NXP deal
Revised bid comes after Qualcomm upped its offer for NXP

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

Why Trump will never escape Russia
The US president is being outplayed by special investigator Mueller's chess moves

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

UK heads for clash with EU on Brexit transition
Proposals contain no transition end date but officials insist they will set one

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

Britain heads for clash with EU on Brexit transition
UK proposals contain no transition end date but officials insist they will set one

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

UK demands open-ended Brexit transition period
Request features in a draft legal note submitted by negotiators

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

UK seeks open-ended Brexit transition period
Request features in a draft legal note submitted by negotiators

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

Juncker aide Selmayr named Brussels' top civil servant
Brexit critic and powerful backroom figure at European Commission wins influential post

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

Glencore issues bumper payout after 44% profit jump
Swiss miner and trader benefits from higher commodity prices

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Feb 21, 2018

Wall Street welcomes Trump's approach on regulation
Obama-era Dodd-Frank statute still in place but bankers welcome shift

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

Wall Street welcomes Trump's shift on regulation
Obama-era Dodd-Frank statute still in place but bankers back approach

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

Dutch step up call for eurozone debt writedown rules
Netherlands set to face opposition over demand for more ‘burden-sharing' in crises

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

Alibaba's risky game of social credit
There is a glaring conflict of interest in a payment platform giving users scores

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

Driverless cars: mapping the trouble ahead
Competition between companies is putting a brake on the highly complex 3D maps autonomous vehicles need to function

FT.com - Europe
Feb 21, 2018

Germany links EU regional aid with migration stance
Poorer eastern European countries could lose infrastructure funding

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Feb 21, 2018

Germany wants EU to reward states for taking migrants
Berlin plan would shift funds from eastern countries that have refused refugees

FT.com - Europe
Feb 20, 2018

Bridgewater's $22bn European ‘big short' divides market
World's largest hedge fund targets blue-chip companies and Italian banks

FT.com - Europe
Feb 20, 2018

Latvian crisis illustrates limits of ECB's reach
Predicament over ABLV and Rimsevics reflects unfinished nature of monetary union

FT.com - Europe
Feb 20, 2018

Houseparty founder Rubin: ‘I'm OK with Facebook'
Meet the man behind the video chat app teenagers love

FT.com - Europe
Feb 20, 2018

Houseparty: the teen chat app taking on Facebook
Founder Ben Rubin on the lessons learnt from battling Big Tech

FT.com - Europe
Feb 20, 2018

N Korea axed US meeting after tough Pence rhetoric
White House says Pyongyang cancelled talks with vice-president at last minute

FT.com - Europe
Feb 20, 2018

Trump moves to ban gun attachments after outcry
President seeks rules outlawing ‘bump stocks' in aftermath of Florida shootings

FT.com - Europe
Feb 20, 2018

Trump moves to ban rapid-fire gun devices
President seeks rules outlawing ‘bump stocks' in aftermath of Florida shootings

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