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Two very different companies made significant announcements last week. National Grid, the UK utility company, said it wouldPhilip Augar
To whom will monuments be built a century from now? Among them, perhaps, will be Lee Kuan Yew. He will be remembered notSlavoj Zizek
President Barack Obama will propose raising $238bn by levying a one-off tax on the cash piles held by US companies overseasMegan Murphy, Vanessa Houlder and Sam Fleming
A senior business figure has warned about a growing anti-corporate mood in British politics in the run-up to the generalJim Pickard, Chief Political Correspondent
Operation “Mattarella” could not have gone any better for Matteo Renzi, Italy’s youthful, reform-minded, centre-left primeJames Politi in Rome
Investors awaiting Warren Buffett’s annual letter will get three for the price of one this year. The founder of BerkshireStephen Foley
Dixons Carphone, the electrical retailer, is to launch mobile services in the UK that will also offer internet connectivityDaniel Thomas, Telecoms Correspondent
Clubs often thrive on an air of exclusivity. Less so Lending Club, the cheerful peer-to-peer lending platform that went
Bahrain has stripped 72 citizens of their nationality, including pro-democracy Shia dissidents and militant Sunnis fightingSimeon Kerr in Dubai
First things first. We are not about to replay the 1930s. The world’s big economies are not deliberately indulging inEdward Luce
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