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Nov 14, 2019

Italy to declare emergency after Venice floods
City officials have linked the record water levels to climate change

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Nov 14, 2019

Apple launches app in bid to gather users' health data
Company hopes millions of users will opt in for array of medical studies

FT.com - Europe
Nov 14, 2019

Two Namibian ministers resign in fishing scandal
Iceland's biggest fishing group accused of paying bribes to trawl waters of African country

FT.com - Europe
Nov 14, 2019

Google to limit advertiser access to user data over privacy concerns
Publishers warn that move could further entrench search group's dominance

FT.com - Europe
Nov 14, 2019

Walmart brings early holiday cheer with higher profit outlook
Resilience of US business helps offset weakness in some overseas markets

FT.com - Europe
Nov 14, 2019

Walmart gives upbeat guidance for holiday season
Retailer's solid third quarter sends reassuring signal over financial health of US consumer

FT.com - Europe
Nov 14, 2019

Norway's $1tn oil fund to sell G4S shares after ethical review
Sovereign investor‘s decision follows investigation into group's Qatar and UAE operations

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Nov 14, 2019

Chilean businesses count cost of riots
Concerns over economic growth surface as weeks of protests and violence take toll

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Nov 14, 2019

Employers act to protect staff as Hong Kong crisis deepens
Foreign companies allow employees to work from home or make alternative arrangements

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Nov 14, 2019

Daimler to slash more than €1bn in personnel costs
Automaker to axe 10% of managers worldwide as it grapples with shift to electric cars

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Nov 14, 2019

Daimler warns on profits as it plans €1.4bn staff cost cuts
German carmaker grapples with the shift to electric vehicles

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Nov 14, 2019

US could alter S Korea war games in Kim denuclearise push
Defence secretary says Washington would ‘adjust' policy to help diplomatic efforts

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Nov 14, 2019

Germany narrowly avoids recession as growth ticks up
A 0.1 per cent clip in the third quarter eases pressure on Angela Merkel's government

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Nov 14, 2019

Hong Kong protests sting wary expats
Banks advise staff over safety concerns as clashes rock city for fourth consecutive day

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Nov 14, 2019

Ex-Obama adviser leads Lazard's dealmaking quest
Peter Orszag looks for ways to squeeze more from once unruly advisory firm's outposts

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Nov 14, 2019

Why we fall for cons
Get the clothes right, assume an air of authority, make your victims complicit: inside the art of the scam

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Nov 14, 2019

Israel grinds to a halt with no government
No leader has been able to form a governing coalition since deadlocked vote in April

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Nov 14, 2019

Home Office app for EU citizens easy to hack
Phone numbers, addresses and passport details of more than 1m are vulnerable, say researchers

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Nov 14, 2019

The US economy isn't as competitive or free as you think
Martin Wolf reviews ‘The Great Reversal' by Thomas Philippon

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Nov 14, 2019

Argentina's peso-hedging market crushed by exchange rate dispute
Doubts over official peso rate complicate efforts to invest in country

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

How Easter attacks shaped Sri Lanka election
A return to power for the Rajapaksa family could strengthen China's sway over the strategic island

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Nov 13, 2019

Year of ‘gilets jaunes' leaves angry mark on France
The marches may have dwindled but Macron was forced to give ground

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Nov 13, 2019

Investors race to start-ups despite SoftBank stumbles
Blackstone, Tiger Global, Lightspeed and Founders Fund all raising huge funds for late-stage companies

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Nov 13, 2019

Soaring Indian onion prices raise risk of political fallout
Bad weather has hit production of a key vegetable in the country

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Nov 13, 2019

H2O auditor flags rule breach in liquidity squeeze
Fund manager suffered redemptions after FT reports of ties to racy German financier

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Nov 13, 2019

Equal pay campaigns step up the pressure on employers
A change in UK law to force salary transparency would help lift the ‘veil of secrecy'

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Nov 13, 2019

EU prepares tweak to Mifid rules after backlash
Rethink on aspects of landmark legislation after concerns from banks, investors and regulators

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Nov 13, 2019

Five market axioms that can no longer be relied upon
Many economic, financial and political ‘unthinkables' have become facts

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Nov 13, 2019

Miner BHP names Mike Henry as new chief executive
Minerals Australia unit head to take over when Andrew Mackenzie steps down at year end

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Nov 13, 2019

Japan grows at its slowest pace in a year
Economy expands by just 0.2% in third quarter

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

Inventories drag down Japanese growth to just 0.2%
Economists predict higher taxes will weigh down fourth-quarter spending

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Nov 13, 2019

Erdogan accuses US lawmakers of worsening relations
Meeting between Turkish president and Donald Trump fails to resolve sources of friction

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Nov 13, 2019

Chinese students abandon Hong Kong
Beijing warns on ‘mob behaviour' as city buffeted by more transport chaos

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Nov 13, 2019

Cisco trims outlook as business confidence dips
Weak guidance issued for second quarter in a row as orders for new equipment drops

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Nov 13, 2019

Republicans in disorderly retreat on impeachment
First public hearing on Trump Ukraine allegations leads to further disarray

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Nov 13, 2019

Republicans keep changing tune on impeachment
Tump's defenders resort to relativism in attempt to distort Ukraine inquiry

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Nov 13, 2019

WeWork India looks to raise $200m in expansion push
Franchise operation says its business is ‘isolated' from the US company's woes

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Nov 13, 2019

Smith & Wesson owner to separate gun business
Continues American Outdoor Brands' effort to lessen exposure to gun sales

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

BHP names Mike Henry as chief executive officer
Andrew Mackenzie to step down as head of Anglo-Australian miner at year end

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

BHP says Mike Henry will take over as chief executive
Andrew Mackenzie to step down as head of Anglo-Australian miner at year end

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

Trump vows to release another Ukraine transcript - live updates
Diplomat says staff member overheard president pressing for Ukrainian probe into Bidens

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Nov 13, 2019

Cisco's weak outlook adds to concerns about soft customer demand
Networking equipment group expects second-quarter revenue to shrink from a year ago

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

WeWork losses jumped ahead of failed IPO
New figures reveal acceleration in office openings that led to cash crunch

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

Jimmy Wales launches rival to Twitter and Facebook
WT.Social uses subscription-funded model to try and combat ‘clickbait'

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

Schiff closes hearing by promising more witnesses - live updates
Diplomat says staff member overheard president pressing for Ukrainian probe into Bidens

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Nov 13, 2019

Tusk takes aim at Brexiters' ‘longing for the Empire'
Parting shot from European Council president who also warns Macron on Russia rapprochement

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Nov 13, 2019

Republicans hit at impeachment witness's lack of Trump contact - live updates
Diplomat says staff member overheard president pressing for Ukrainian probe into Bidens

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Nov 13, 2019

Trump calls impeachment hearing ‘a hoax' - live updates
Diplomat says staff member overheard president pressing for Ukrainian probe into Bidens

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Nov 13, 2019

New Trump call on Ukraine revealed at impeachment hearing
Diplomat says staff member overheard president pressing for Ukrainian probe into Bidens

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

Disney passes 10m streaming sign-ups in one day
One analyst called the early results for Disney ‘jaw-dropping'

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Nov 13, 2019

Canada Goose's chilly sales outlook hits shares
Parka maker says earlier winter shipments will pull sales from the holiday quarter

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

Powell sees little reason for December rate cut
Fed chair warns Congress that US deficit ‘unsustainable' in case of any downturn

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Nov 13, 2019

US envoy to Kyiv details new Trump call on ‘investigations' - live updates
Democratic chair alleges president extorted his Ukrainian counterpart for political gain

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Nov 13, 2019

Russia to cut dollar share of its $125bn sovereign wealth fund
Reduction is part of Kremlin plan to shift towards euro and renminbi

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Nov 13, 2019

Trump accused of abuse of power at impeachment hearing
Democratic chair alleges president extorted his Ukrainian counterpart for political gain

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Nov 13, 2019

Chile's president renews plea for calm as riots persist
Sebastián Piñera announces new measures in effort to stem wave of arson and looting

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Nov 13, 2019

Schiff suggests obstruction and abuse of power charges against Trump - live updates
Outlook brighter for group's overall business despite $4bn hit at Indian joint venture

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

Netherlands cuts speed limit to curb carbon emissions
U-turn allows government to grant permits for infrastructure and homebuilding projects

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

Netherlands cuts speed limit to curb emissions
U-turn allows government to grant permits for infrastructure and homebuilding projects

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

Jay Powell says he sees little reason for December rate cut
Fed chair's remarks to Congress come a day after Donald Trump pushed for negative rates

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

US small-cap active managers notch rare victory
Data shows more than half of active small-cap funds beat benchmarks in year to June

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

Gulf participation in football tournament signals thaw in Qatar relations
Decision by Saudi Arabia and UAE to send teams follows two-year boycott of gas-rich state

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

Google in talks to move into banking
Move follows Apple's credit card launch and Facebook's proposed Libra currency

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

Trump on the attack ahead of public impeachment hearing - live updates
Beijing warns on ‘mob behaviour' as city buffeted by more transport chaos

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

Democratic hopefuls are held to an impossible standard
Barack Obama's vast shadow is not a useful comparator in the 2020 presidential race

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

Toshiba launches offers for three listed subsidiaries
Lossmaking Japanese conglomerate seeks to improve governance amid activist pressure

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

Wary investors edge back into European equities
Recent run of inflows comes after $180bn of outflows over past 2 years

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

Chinese students abandon HK after night of violence
Beijing warns on ‘mob behaviour' as city buffeted by more transport chaos

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

Chinese students flee Hong Kong after another night of violence
Beijing warns against ‘mob behaviour' as city buffeted by more transport chaos

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

Lula's return to fray set to deepen Brazil divisions
Ex-president more radical than ever and his release from jail could galvanise the right

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

Vulnerable satellites: the emerging arms race in space
With few rules to guide conduct, big powers are taking measures to protect a cog of communications technology

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

Turkey's Erdogan eyes ‘new era' with Trump
US president to discuss sanctions and missile systems with Turkish leader

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Nov 13, 2019

EU's gatekeeper laments bloc's message to Balkans
Johannes Hahn wants formal talks for North Macedonia and Albania to join union

FT.com - Europe
Nov 13, 2019

Brick bait: why Big Tech is building for the future
Record numbers of people in California now live in vehicles, unable to afford a home

FT.com - Europe
Nov 12, 2019

What does a chart sound like?
Audio presentation will make data available to visually impaired users

FT.com - Europe
Nov 12, 2019

Drastic changes needed over climate crisis, says IEA
Emissions will continue to rise even if governments meet existing environmental targets

FT.com - Europe
Nov 12, 2019

BlueMountain: the hedge fund that lost its way
Wall Street firm made its mark with the London whale trade but ran into trouble

FT.com - Europe
Nov 12, 2019

Top health websites are sharing sensitive data with advertisers
FT investigation reveals symptoms and drug names shared with hundreds of third parties including Google and Facebook

FT.com - Europe
Nov 12, 2019

Intel struggles to close potentially damaging chip flaws
Company admits earlier repairs could still fail to stop hackers stealing data

FT.com - Europe
Nov 12, 2019

Opposition senator takes office as Bolivia's interim president
Violence continues as Jeanine Añez vows to pacify country and call fresh elections

FT.com - Europe
Nov 12, 2019

Bolivian senator declares herself interim president
Jeanine Áñez defies requirement of congressional quorum as exiled Evo Morales arrives in Mexico

FT.com - Europe
Nov 12, 2019

Alibaba gets Hong Kong green light for share sale
Chinese group aims to raise up to $15bn in one of world's biggest fundraisings this year

FT.com - Europe
Nov 12, 2019

Trump impeachment inquiry enters new phase
House to hear testimony on allegations president sought foreign help in 2020 election

FT.com - Europe
Nov 12, 2019

Trump impeachment inquiry enters new public phase
Key witnesses to testify in televised hearing on president's actions in Ukraine

FT.com - Europe
Nov 12, 2019

Events in Hong Kong reveal thin veneer of civilisation
Most surprising is the public's willingness to tolerate increasing levels of violence

FT.com - Europe
Nov 12, 2019

AbbVie sells $30bn of bonds for Allergan takeover
Corporate issuance set to be among largest on record in US

FT.com - Europe
Nov 12, 2019

3G Capital enters bidding for Thyssenkrupp lifts unit
Brazilian-backed private equity group hunts for deals outside consumer goods

FT.com - Europe
Nov 12, 2019

AbbVie readies $30bn bond sale for Allergan takeover
Corporate issuance set to be among largest on record in US

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Nov 12, 2019

Tesla to locate first European factory in Berlin
Elon Musk aims to build Model 3 and Model Y vehicles from 2021

FT.com - Europe
Nov 12, 2019

Facebook integrates payments over its three networks
Move expands ecommerce options and shows progress of ‘Whatsabook' integration

FT.com - Europe
Nov 12, 2019

McDonald's faces sexual harassment claims
Class action lawsuit alleges ‘toxic' workplace culture

FT.com - Europe
Nov 12, 2019

Trump threatens escalation of trade war with China
US president says tariffs will be ‘raised very substantially' if no truce is reached

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Nov 12, 2019

Citi accused of trumpeting top trader's dismissal
Ramchandani alleges bank fired him without due process to curry favour with watchdogs

FT.com - Europe
Nov 12, 2019

US's biggest milk processor files for bankruptcy
Dean Foods, suffering from changing consumer tastes, readies sale to farmers' co-op

FT.com - Europe
Nov 12, 2019

Spain's Socialists strike coalition deal with far-left
Pedro Sánchez, caretaker PM, reaches agreement with Pablo Iglesias's radical movement

FT.com - Europe
Nov 12, 2019

Labour hit by second cyber attack
Party believes it prevented any data breach but alerts National Cyber Security Centre

FT.com - Europe
Nov 12, 2019

How the US should deal with China
Washington is in danger of throwing away the leverage its allies could have given it

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Nov 12, 2019

Merkel urges EU to seize control of data from US tech titans
German chancellor says bloc should claim ‘digital sovereignty' in battle with Silicon Valley

FT.com - Europe
Nov 12, 2019

Israel braced for attacks after killing Gaza leader
Assassination of Palestinian militant in air strike prompts retaliatory offensive

FT.com - Europe
Nov 12, 2019

Xavier Niel tightens grip on Iliad with €1.4bn buyback
French billionaire offers big premium for a fifth of his telecoms group's share capital

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