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Sep 20, 2019

Climate strike: Protests build across Europe in global movement
The Blackstone co-founder on risk-taking, Trump whispering — and why the rich shouldn't pay more tax

FT.com - Europe
Sep 20, 2019

Bloomberg journalists on trial in Turkey over currency reporting
Case is part of a broader crackdown on news coverage, say activists

FT.com - Europe
Sep 20, 2019

New York mayor Bill de Blasio exits presidential race
Democratic hopeful ends 2020 campaign after failing to gather support

FT.com - Europe
Sep 20, 2019

The war for the world's eyeballs will end in tears
YouTube and ByteDance may be the only winners as other streaming services go head to head

FT.com - Europe
Sep 20, 2019

Dublin rejects UK stance on clinching a Brexit deal
Irish government wants border question resolved before Britain leaves the EU

FT.com - Europe
Sep 20, 2019

Global climate strike: Thousands march in protests spanning continents
Sometimes it is better to admit you were wrong than to compound your error

FT.com - Europe
Sep 20, 2019

Stephen Schwarzman: ‘I like to do things that are beautiful'
The Blackstone co-founder on risk-taking, Trump whispering — and why the rich shouldn't pay more tax

FT.com - Europe
Sep 20, 2019

Abducted Zimbabwean activist doctor found alive
Five-day disappearance of Peter Magombeyi ignited fury over state repression

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Sep 20, 2019

Sanjeev Gupta faces steep borrowing costs in junk bond sale
Industrialist put up his own cash as part of the issuance

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Sep 20, 2019

India slashes corporate taxes to boost economy
Narendra Modi cuts rates in bid to reverse growth that has tumbled to a six-year low

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Sep 20, 2019

Mitsubishi says rogue trader lost $320m on oil bets
Japan's biggest trading house says employee had taken unauthorised positions

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Sep 20, 2019

Tourists risk falling foul of Indonesia extramarital sex law
Controversial changes to penal code could be passed as soon as next week

FT.com - Europe
Sep 20, 2019

Airlines look to arid Australia to store Boeing 737 Max planes
Former Deutsche Bank analyst starts company aimed at regional aircraft storage market

FT.com - Europe
Sep 20, 2019

Backlash over actor's arrest forces Kremlin retreat
Pavel Ustinov has galvanised opposition after being beaten by police and jailed

FT.com - Europe
Sep 20, 2019

Tech groups burnish green credentials
Google and Amazon make commitments to sustainability as walkouts loom

FT.com - Europe
Sep 20, 2019

Tech groups burnish green credentials ahead of climate strikes
Google and Amazon make commitments to sustainability as protests spread

FT.com - Europe
Sep 20, 2019

The remaking of Notre-Dame
Big battles over the cathedral's reconstruction are looming. Can the French unite to secure its future?

FT.com - Europe
Sep 20, 2019

Boom town: Greenland's climate change gold rush
Temperatures have risen faster than anywhere. In towns like Ilulissat, the result is an economic surge

FT.com - Europe
Sep 20, 2019

Greenland's climate change gold rush
Temperatures have risen faster here than anywhere. In towns like Ilulissat, the result is an economic surge

FT.com - Europe
Sep 20, 2019

How sex and politics put Palm Beach in spotlight
Enclave for wealthy and powerful achieves burst of cultural relevance in Trump era

FT.com - Europe
Sep 20, 2019

In search of the real Edward Snowden
Janine Gibson helped bring his revelations of mass surveillance to the world. How much has changed since then?

FT.com - Europe
Sep 20, 2019

Saudi Aramco IPO: squeeze wheeze
Sometimes it is better to admit you were wrong than to compound your error

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

Zuckerberg holds ‘constructive' meeting with Trump
Facebook chief in Washington to address concerns on privacy, alleged bias and cryptocurrency

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Sep 19, 2019

Japan plans to tighten rules on foreign investment
Approval would be required when taking stakes in strategically important industries

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Sep 19, 2019

Investors flocked to equities ahead of Fed rate cut
Weekly inflows to US equity funds the highest in six months

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Sep 19, 2019

Japan's Brave Blossoms do battle for the future of Asian rugby
Public's continued support depends on national team qualifying for play-offs

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Sep 19, 2019

Japan trade accord becomes UK post-Brexit priority
Tokyo has resisted ‘copy-and-paste' rollover, looking for better terms once Britain out of EU

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

Stripe valued at $35bn in new funding round
Payments group moves into small business lending as fintech competition heats up

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

Trudeau tries to save campaign after racism scandal
Canadian prime minister's progressive reputation on the line after blackface photos

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

Zein al-Abidine Ben Ali, Tunisian dictator president, 1936-2019
Second post-independence leader who was forced into ignominious exile after Arab spring

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

The story of China's great corporate sell-off
Credit conditions are tight and trade tensions with the US are high

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

Asian countries move to ban e-cigarettes as global backlash grows
Moves follow US recommendation to avoid vaping following mystery lung illnesses

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Sep 19, 2019

Saudi Arabia ‘bullies' wealthy families to pump cash into oil IPO
Rich locals including Prince Alwaleed pushed to become cornerstone Aramco investors

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Sep 19, 2019

European Commission raises hopes of a Brexit deal
Juncker says he is willing to scrap Irish backstop if UK has viable alternative

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Sep 19, 2019

US issues visa to Iran's president for UN General Assembly
Officials continue to debate response to alleged Iranian attack on Saudi oil facilities

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Sep 19, 2019

DE Shaw imposes non-compete demands on staff
Hedge fund loses handful of employees after issuing new contracts

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

DE Shaw staff knuckles under non-compete demand
Hedge fund loses only a handful of employees after imposing new contracts

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Sep 19, 2019

California finds itself back in Trump's crosshairs
Emissions and homelessness are latest flashpoints in US president's feud with liberal state

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

Airbnb plans to go public in 2020
Accommodation-booking platform says it made more than $1bn in revenue in second quarter

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

MUFG set to halve Hong Kong and Singapore workforce
Japan's largest lender plans cuts in face of dwindling profits and falling share price

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

Repo markets mystery reminds us we are flying blind
Quantitative easing means there is a greater chance of the global financial machine misfiring

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

EU envoys back Romania's Kovesi for lead prosecutor
Bucharest's former anti-corruption head set for new pan-bloc role

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

How to beat jet lag in Tokyo
Body clock not yet on JST? The FT's former Tokyo bureau chief Gillian Tett shares her top three ways to cope

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

Fed intervenes again to ease US money market strains
Pressure mounts on central bank after $75bn injected into the financial system

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

Gantz rejects Israeli coalition with Netanyahu as PM
Rebuff from leader of Blue and White party hardens political stalemate

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

Gantz rejects joining any Israeli coalition with Netanyahu as PM
Rebuff from leader of Blue and White party hardens political stalemate

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

EU envoys back Romania's Laura Kovesi for lead prosecutor role
Endorsement opens way for formal support for Bucharest's former anti-corruption head

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

UK police chiefs train elite Hong Kong officers
Asian city's force subject to fierce criticism over handling of protests

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

UK police chiefs train Hong Kong officers in public order
Asian city's force subject to fierce criticism over handling of protests

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

Trump is serious about US divorce from China
The rest of the world will be pressured to make a choice between Washington and Beijing

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

Netanyahu accepts need for Israel unity government
Four-time prime minister acknowledges he will be unable to form rightwing coalition

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Sep 19, 2019

London slips further behind NY in financial centre rankings
Brexit uncertainty and City of London's relationship with the EU take toll on attractiveness

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

Trump's trade war puts car seat maker in a bind
Britax's dilemma illustrates the unintended consequences of Chinese tariffs

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Sep 19, 2019

OECD warns trade tensions could create low-growth trap
Economic forecasts downgraded as impact proves worse than thought

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Sep 19, 2019

Half of Ryanair investors vote against pay report
Protest vote comes as airline chief Michael O'Leary granted bonus worth up to €99m

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

Investors take out record number of options to trade ‘no-deal' Brexit
Boom in traders seeking to hedge against or speculate on moves in UK bond market

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

Investors take out record number of rate options on ‘no-deal' Brexit
Boom in traders seeking to hedge against or speculate on moves in UK bond market

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

Brexit angst spurs record bets on UK interest rates
Boom in traders seeking to hedge against or speculate on moves from Bank of England

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

Why prescription drugs cost so much more in America
The US spends more per capita on medication than anywhere else in the world. It's a key electoral issue

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

The real cost of America's soaring drug prices
The US spends more per capita on medication than anywhere else in the world. It's become a key electoral issue

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

A divided Federal Reserve tries to do no harm
Central bank puts off questions on more monetary stimulus or expanding its balance sheet

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

Cisco boss rejects fears of ‘technology cold war'
Chuck Robbins predicts a trade agreement between China and the US will come soon

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

Boris Johnson's lies plunge Britain into a dark morass
There is not a soul in the long corridors of Whitehall who believes the prime minister is telling the truth

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

German ‘black zero' budget faces €40bn green challenge
Berlin gets creative over how to cut carbon while abiding by stringent debt rules

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

KPMG to cut hundreds of admin roles in cost-saving drive
Partners asked to file their own expenses

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

KPMG UK to cut hundreds of admin roles in cost-saving drive
Partners asked to file their own expenses

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

Climate change: a cry from the future
'The future has come to meet us'. Ahead of strikes started by Greta Thunberg the FT and the Royal Court collaborate to explore inaction on climate change. Actress Nicola Walker asks why we 'never really learnt how to talk about this'.

FT.com - Europe
Sep 19, 2019

Climate Change: what do you want me to say? | FT Standpoint
"The future has come to meet us". Ahead of strikes started by Greta Thunberg the FT and The Royal Court collaborate to explore inaction on climate change. Actress Nicola Walker asks why we "never really learnt how to talk about this".

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Boss-less business is no workers' paradise
Greater autonomy is a good thing but how well do truly democratic workplaces function?

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Big Tech veteran scents change in rules of the game
Microsoft president Brad Smith expects governments to start setting broad codes for the industry

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Macron's hard line on migration alarms rights groups
French president alienates liberals with push for far-right votes

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Justin Trudeau forced to apologise for brownface make-up
Photo of Canadian prime minister at 2001 party adds to pressure ahead of October election

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Alibaba and Tencent refuse to hand loans data to Beijing
Chinese tech giants drag feet on government credit scoring initiative

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Pompeo calls Saudi attack an ‘act of war'
Trump administration prepares to impose tougher Iran sanctions in response

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

US bill seeks to bar government purchases of Chinese drones
Bipartisan legislation comes amid broader national security concerns

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

China's banks surge into ‘perps' to bolster capital
Beijing wants lenders to build defences against downturn as trade war lingers

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

China's banks surge into ‘perps' to improve capital
Beijing wants lenders to build defences against downturn as trade war lingers

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Seoul's wooing of Kim Jong Un hits N Korean defectors
Rapprochement with dictator has led to silencing of escapers from regime

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Federal Reserve rate cut lifts stocks — live
Three central bank rate setting committee members dissent over economic conditions

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Federal Reserve's Powell gives economic view after rate cut — live
Three central bank rate setting committee members dissent on economic conditions

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Netflix: how will the story end?
Facing wealthy rivals and rising debt, the streaming service is beginning to look vulnerable

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Fed cuts rates as policymaker splits deepen
Three central bank rate setting committee members dissent on economic conditions

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Stanford MBA applications drop on US-China trade war
Tighter visa rules and anti-foreigner rhetoric drive Chinese students away

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Electoral maths leave Netanyahu future in balance
PM's path to fifth term as Israeli prime minister appears blocked

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Federal Reserve expected to cut interest rates — live
Crunch in short-term borrowing market sends key policy rate above central bank's target

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Northern Irish executive abducted, beaten and dumped
Quinn Industrial Holdings chief Keven Lunney left with ‘life-changing' injuries

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Fed intervention in repo is a step toward more QE
Interest rate spike is a sign the central bank needs to resume asset purchases

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

New Zealand wins ‘Lord of the Rings' location tender
Pacific nation beats rival Scottish bid amid Brexit uncertainty

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Donald Trump orders ‘substantially' tougher sanctions on Iran
US president has blamed Tehran for attack on Saudi oil facilities

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Trump orders ‘substantially' tougher Iran sanctions
Tehran accuses US of ‘economic terrorism' in its response to Saudi oil attack

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

US businesses ‘tapping the brake' as uncertainty bites
Business Roundtable survey of chief executives finds declining confidence for sixth quarter in a row

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Spain's Sánchez gambles on election to end impasse
Parties blame each other as need for fresh poll shows limits of fractured system

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Trump names hostage envoy as new national security adviser
Robert O'Brien, special presidential envoy for hostage affairs, to replace John Bolton

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Trump orders ‘substantially' tougher sanctions on Iran
US president has blamed Tehran for attack on Saudi oil facilities

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Fed sees huge demand for cash after money market jolt
Crunch in short-term borrowing market sends key policy rate above central bank's target

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

SoftBank looks to Oyo after WeWork setback
Fast-growing Indian hotel chain offers solace for Japanese investor

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Facebook announces video streaming device Portal TV
Smart device will also allow controversial human review of audio

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Fed readies second intervention after money market ‘shock'
Central bank has injected billions of dollars into financial system for first time since 2008

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Officials work to convince world Saudi Aramco still a good bet
Attacks laid bare the vulnerability of the world's biggest oil exporter

FT.com - Europe
Sep 18, 2019

Europe faces eight more years of negative rates, JPMorgan finds
Global recession more likely as trade tension pinches, predicts JPMorgan Asset Management

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