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US airlines face potential fines and other legal sanctions over keeping fares high, after the justice department launched anRobert Wright in New York
Low interest rates should only be an ancillary factor in dealmaking. Meagre borrowing costs merely nudge the balance in
Electrolux’s proposed $3.3bn acquisition of General Electric’s appliance business could become the latest deal to comePan Yuk in New York
The Whitworth gallery in Manchester has won the UK’s biggest arts prize after attracting record numbers of visitorsJames Pickford
Sir, Memory. No memory of life before the financial crisis; politics has dominated it ever since. But now I can hardly
Sir, Martin Wolf offers an excellent analysis of how the Greek voter may feel about Sunday’s referendum (“How I would vote
Sir, Martin Wolf, in “How I would vote on Sunday if I were Greek” (July 1), refers to a “huge depression” in Greece. That
Sir, Joseph Stiglitz and his fellow economists (Letters, June 30) fall prey to a simple conceit. What they are prescribing
Sir, Your plan (June 26) showing the Trans Pennine rail service running from Manchester to York is in error. It actually
Sir, William Wallis’s excellent report on Nigeria’s soft power at work (“Prison project helps loosen grip of Boko Haram”,
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