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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
Sir, Seeing a recognition by Washington of the need to talk to Moscow, Tony Brenton (Letters, May 22) notes the challenge
Sir, The headline “Eurozone tells Greece no deal without IMF” rings a little hollow. As a former IMF staff member, my first
Sir, I welcomed John Kay’s piece on productivity (Comment, May 20) and I was glad to see correspondence from W Lawrie and
Sir, The comments by Martin Wheatley, chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority, that regulators have been
Sir, Gillian Tett’s call for political savviness (“How savvy asset managers can fend off the regulators”, May 14) on the
Sir, Lex’s attempt at listing 10 famous Belgians (May 19) would have reached nearer that total with the addition of Audrey
Scotland is launching a programme that will give special government support to companies that promise to pay a “living wage”Mure Dickie in Edinburgh
Scotland’s first minister has promised to make improving the country’s education system an SNP priority, amid growingMure Dickie
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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