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    Apple anoints Ive as supreme design chief

    Apple has promoted Sir Jonathan Ive to a new role as chief design officer, in a move that will consolidate the BritishTim Bradshaw in San Francisco

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    Russia-China dialogue leaves US out in the cold

    Sir, Seeing a recognition by Washington of the need to talk to Moscow, Tony Brenton (Letters, May 22) notes the challenge

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    IMF credibility is at stake in its treatment of Greece

    Sir, The headline “Eurozone tells Greece no deal without IMF” rings a little hollow. As a former IMF staff member, my first

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    Talk of productivity looks like displacement activity

    Sir, I welcomed John Kay’s piece on productivity (Comment, May 20) and I was glad to see correspondence from W Lawrie and

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    Boards will find an ethical culture brings rewards

    Sir, The comments by Martin Wheatley, chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority, that regulators have been

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    Asset managers are easy targets and need armour

    Sir, Gillian Tett’s call for political savviness (“How savvy asset managers can fend off the regulators”, May 14) on the

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    Big names for small nation

    Sir, Lex’s attempt at listing 10 famous Belgians (May 19) would have reached nearer that total with the addition of Audrey

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    Sturgeon to launch ‘business pledge’ programme

    Scotland is launching a programme that will give special government support to companies that promise to pay a “living wage”Mure Dickie in Edinburgh

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    Scottish Nationalists must do better on education standards

    Scotland’s first minister has promised to make improving the country’s education system an SNP priority, amid growingMure Dickie

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    Rich nations told they are failing world’s poorest

    Rich countries are failing the world’s poorest by targeting insufficient aid to the least developed nations, a leadingFerdinando Giugliano, Economics Correspondent

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