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Businesses, like individuals, like to cloak their motives in high-sounding ideals. So when HSBC revealed last week it wasBy Jonathan Ford
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Ebay’s chief executive has added weight to Google’s antitrust defence by saying the pair are direct competitors in onlineRichard Waters in San Francisco and Alex Barker in Brussels
A fraught eurozone meeting in Riga at the weekend has left Yanis Varoufakis, the Greek finance minister, increasinglyPeter Spiegel in Riga, Kerin Hope in Athens and Alex Barker in Brussels
David Cameron, prime minister, this month put forward what could be one of the worst policy ideas ever: extending “Right toStephen Howlett
Observers of the US political scene complain about a dearth of leadership. The same is also true of the corporate world.Edward Luce
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I have only worn Apple Watch for a day and one thing is already clear: this is the best smartwatch on the market today.Tim Bradshaw in San Francisco
I have written much about the euro in recent years, and warned of the danger of an insufficient policy response. But theWolfgang Münchau
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