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FirstFT: Brussels conducts raid on Chinese security equipment supplier (www.ft.com)
McKinsey faces US criminal investigation over opioid industry work (www.ft.com)
Labour pledges to fully renationalise rail network (www.ft.com)
Concord tops Blackstone in bidding war for Hipgnosis (www.ft.com)
UK regulator examines Microsoft and Amazon’s AI dealmaking (www.ft.com)
Meta shares fall as it predicts higher expenditure on AI (www.ft.com)
Europeans ‘less hard-working’ than Americans, says Norway oil fund boss (www.ft.com)
Anti-doping body faces calls for review over Chinese swimmers (www.ft.com)
Columbia’s ‘Gaza encampment’ becomes epicentre of US stand-off (www.ft.com)
Biden campaign will continue to use TikTok despite divest-or-ban law (www.ft.com)
US secretly shipped long-range missiles to Ukraine (www.ft.com)
Chinese woman charged in UK with criminal possession of crypto (www.ft.com)
Sunak promise to boost UK defence spending raises prospect of cuts (www.ft.com)
Spanish PM suspends public duties after wife’s corruption investigation (www.ft.com)
The dire situation on America’s southern border (www.ft.com)
Tensions ratchet up between China and the west (www.ft.com)
Wife of Spanish PM investigated for alleged corruption (www.ft.com)
EU votes to leave energy treaty as green rules pushed through (www.ft.com)
India’s central bank bans Kotak Mahindra from signing up digital customers (www.ft.com)
Writer Sanaz Toossi on bringing ‘English’ to Britain: ‘It’s a play born of rage’ (www.ft.com)
Pentagon rushes $1bn in weapons to Kyiv after Biden signs aid bill (www.ft.com)
Israel prepares for Rafah evacuation ahead of long-expected assault (www.ft.com)
Employee non-compete ban challenged in court by US business groups (www.ft.com)
Germany raises forecasts on boost to outlook for industry and consumers (www.ft.com)
Russian advance blamed on Ukrainian troops rotation blunder (www.ft.com)
The silent army that makes Beijing’s daily life possible (www.ft.com)
KPMG cancels foreign graduate job offers after UK tightens visa rules (www.ft.com)
Boeing burns through $4bn in first quarter after door blowout (www.ft.com)
Russian court orders seizure of $440mn from JPMorgan (www.ft.com)
GSK readies for pivotal ruling in Zantac cases (www.ft.com)
Tories need to learn to love London again (www.ft.com)
While Donald Trump sleeps (www.ft.com)
German far right tries to brush off spy scandals (www.ft.com)
UBS ‘seriously concerned’ by Swiss capital proposals, says Kelleher (www.ft.com)
Apollo sells stake in asset-backed lending unit to insurer MassMutual (www.ft.com)
China’s search for an answer to ChatGPT is just beginning (www.ft.com)
Indonesia raises interest rates to defend sliding rupiah (www.ft.com)
US regulator seeks $5bn penalty against Do Kwon and Terraform Labs (www.ft.com)
Sir Jeffrey Donaldson appears in court to face historic sex offence charges (www.ft.com)
Inside House Speaker Mike Johnson’s conversion on aid for Ukraine (www.ft.com)
What’s next for TikTok after US Congress approves ban (www.ft.com)
Trump prepares his final pitch on presidential immunity (www.ft.com)
US consumer finance watchdog raises alarm over credit card megadeals (www.ft.com)
Former Labour minister and peer Frank Field dies aged 81 (www.ft.com)
Lloyds profits fall as interest rate benefits wane (www.ft.com)
Sunak banks on defence to shore up dividing lines with Labour (www.ft.com)
Ofcom warns broadcasters over election bias (www.ft.com)
Chinese business lobby hits back at EU ‘dawn raid’ on security equipment supplier (www.ft.com)
Do investors actually read bond docs? (www.ft.com)
Was the EU’s controversial Turkey migration deal a good investment? (www.ft.com)
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Spotify grows up (www.ft.com)
Hackers use developing countries as testing ground for new ransomware attacks (www.ft.com)
Rodolphe Saadé, shipping boss who sailed into France’s business elite (www.ft.com)
Diamond market shows serious cracks from man-made stones (www.ft.com)
Why China’s market slump is far from a crisis (www.ft.com)
What should I do with my father’s shares? (www.ft.com)
German spycatchers raise game against China and Russia (www.ft.com)
How young South Africans are rethinking Nelson Mandela’s legacy (www.ft.com)
Russian troop arrival spells end for US military presence in Niger (www.ft.com)
Walton Ford, Morgan Library — roars and whispers from the finest living painter of animals (www.ft.com)
Knitwear label John Smedley wants to bring manufacturing home (www.ft.com)
Have UK asset managers lost their way? (www.ft.com)
Why Nissan needs more than a gamble on solid-state batteries (www.ft.com)
Tokyo’s top female sushi chefs (www.ft.com)
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How a Monaco hedge fund boss got tied up with an indebted English town (www.ft.com)
Lenders flying blind on private equity risk, Bank of England warns (www.ft.com)
US Senate approves bill banning TikTok unless Chinese owner sells platform (www.ft.com)
Robotaxis are not the solution to Tesla’s problems (www.ft.com)
Free childcare plan risks lowering standards in England, says watchdog (www.ft.com)
Lawyers question UK fraud agency over case disclosure problems (www.ft.com)
Russia’s deputy defence minister detained on suspicion of receiving a bribe (www.ft.com)
Employee non-compete agreements barred by US regulator (www.ft.com)
FirstFT: Chinese speculators drive record-breaking gold rally (www.ft.com)
UN officials call for probe into reports of mass graves at Gaza hospitals (www.ft.com)
Tesla revenue declines in first quarter as vehicle sales slow (www.ft.com)
Two UK water companies lack complete maps of sewage networks (www.ft.com)
Chinese speculators super-charge gold rally (www.ft.com)
Ex-Centerview banker did not clinch partner deal at meeting, US court rules (www.ft.com)
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Delaware, Inc agonises about Musk backlash as its lawyers seek changes (www.ft.com)
Summer or autumn? Rishi Sunak’s election date dilemma (www.ft.com)
Dimon cautions over soft landing for ‘unbelievable’ US economy (www.ft.com)
Britain’s egregious Rwanda asylum bill (www.ft.com)
Ireland forecasts €8.6bn budget surplus this year (www.ft.com)
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FT readers respond: UK ‘pothole crisis’ (www.ft.com)
Handbag deal challenge contains warning for all serial acquirers (www.ft.com)
Gucci-owner Kering expects first-half profit to shrink by up to 45% (www.ft.com)
The tricky judgments on when to loosen (www.ft.com)
The China-Russia trade friendship may not be quite what you think (www.ft.com)
What next for Sunak’s plans to fly UK asylum seekers to Rwanda? (www.ft.com)
Prosecutors ask judge to punish Trump for violating trial gag order (www.ft.com)
Latin American cocoa farmers rush to expand planting as prices spike (www.ft.com)
Russia threatens to step up attacks on western weapons in Ukraine (www.ft.com)
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Opening salvos in Donald Trump’s Manhattan criminal trial (www.ft.com)
Amid the posers and the prosecco, Milan remains the true design capital (www.ft.com)
Spotify hits record quarterly profit as it enters ‘new phase’ (www.ft.com)
Sberbank to pay $8bn in dividends after record profit (www.ft.com)
Sunak appoints general as national security adviser (www.ft.com)
Bank of England policymaker warns against cutting interest rates too soon (www.ft.com)
UK business activity beats forecasts in April (www.ft.com)
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Cowboy culture is everywhere – and it’s way more inclusive (www.ft.com)
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Where is the Fed’s interest rate heading? (www.ft.com)
Eurozone business activity rises to 11-month high (www.ft.com)
Asian region reels from heat and floods as WMO warns of climate change effects (www.ft.com)
Hong Kong’s bubble tea IPO flop is a sign of the market times (www.ft.com)
Five people die in attempted Channel boat crossing to UK (www.ft.com)
US business group says policy ‘inconsistency’ hurting China investment (www.ft.com)
German staffer in EU parliament arrested on China spying charges (www.ft.com)
On Gaza’s doorstep: Israelis drift back to deserted border town of Sderot (www.ft.com)
How Sunak’s Rwanda gamble fits into his election bid (www.ft.com)
Musk vows to fight Australian injunction to hide church attack videos on X (www.ft.com)
De Beers’ diamond output drops after slow recovery triggers production cut (www.ft.com)
Ardian agrees to sell Audiotonix stake to PAI in near £2bn deal (www.ft.com)
UK grocery inflation falls to 30-month low (www.ft.com)
Hong Kong’s biggest IPO of 2024 flops (www.ft.com)
UK borrows more than expected in March and full fiscal year (www.ft.com)
IEA bullish on electric vehicle sales in 2024 (www.ft.com)
How Georgia’s EU dream is being eroded by ‘foreign influence’ law (www.ft.com)
TikTok fortune of billionaire Republican donor Jeff Yass threatened by Washington (www.ft.com)
FirstFT: Traders price in growing chance of Fed interest rate rise (www.ft.com)
Ogilvy forms health influencer unit to target ‘new frontier’ in marketing (www.ft.com)
UK creatives warn ‘superpower’ status at risk without investment (www.ft.com)
No Way Out — Tim Shipman on Brexit, Theresa May and the death of a premiership (www.ft.com)
Post Office scandal exposes ethical dilemmas of general counsel (www.ft.com)
James Brown of Blue Mountain School’s perfect Saturday in London (www.ft.com)
Can long-term mortgages help solve the UK’s housing crisis? (www.ft.com)
Slow train to Penang: the return of the Eastern & Oriental Express (www.ft.com)
Slumping EV sales should not ring alarm bells in Europe — yet (www.ft.com)
EU companies grapple with expiry of Russia sanctions carve-out (www.ft.com)
BCG says AI consulting will supply 20% of revenues this year (www.ft.com)
Hungary’s Viktor Orbán battles to shut down former ally turned rival (www.ft.com)
China’s ageing tech workers hit by ‘curse of 35’ (www.ft.com)
Mediterranean ports warn of overflowing storage yards in latest threat to supply chain (www.ft.com)
How the secret of sleep keeps us awake (www.ft.com)
The White House knows that the global south has a point (www.ft.com)
How US shale keeps sheltering America from the next oil price surge (www.ft.com)
Investors price in growing chance of another Fed interest rate rise (www.ft.com)
Will the UK’s rejection of EU overtures on youth mobility last? (www.ft.com)
India seeks to secure critical mineral resources in race for lithium (www.ft.com)
Vodafone’s India unit staves off collapse after record $2.2bn fundraising (www.ft.com)
Trump puts a docile face on his rage as ‘hush money’ trial starts (www.ft.com)
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Architect George Dawes on how to decorate old buildings (propertylistings.ft.com)
Biden tells Zelenskyy US weapons will arrive ‘quickly’ (www.ft.com)
Tesla notches seventh straight loss ahead of Tuesday earnings release (www.ft.com)
Israel has not provided evidence to support UNRWA claims, report says (www.ft.com)
FTC sues to block $8.5bn deal between the makers of Michael Kors and Coach (www.ft.com)
Sunak to increase UK military aid to Ukraine to £3bn this year (www.ft.com)
Goldman Sachs moves senior banker to Paris in post-Brexit revamp (www.ft.com)
UK expected to appoint national security adviser as ambassador to US (www.ft.com)
Columbia switches to online classes in an effort to defuse Gaza protests (www.ft.com)
FCA under pressure to abandon plans to name firms in UK deterrence drive (www.ft.com)
Electric cars switch out of fast lane (www.ft.com)
Scientists develop simple test to boost cancer detection in poorer countries (www.ft.com)
The wrong trousers? Retail has a new solution to the returns problem (www.ft.com)
Financial stability in the last mile (www.ft.com)
Saudi Aramco chief defends China’s role in green transition amid closer ties (www.ft.com)
FTSE 100 closes at record high as sterling weakens (www.ft.com)
UK exports of services have grown 9 times faster than goods since 2010 (www.ft.com)
Shakespeare helps brush up on important skills in schools (www.ft.com)
Italian state broadcaster blasted after pulling plug on author critical of Meloni (www.ft.com)
Manchester’s new arena delays opening night amid safety concerns (www.ft.com)
Trump accused of trying to corrupt 2016 election with ‘hush money’ scheme (www.ft.com)
UK alcohol deaths surged during pandemic (www.ft.com)
Conflicts drive global military spending to record high (www.ft.com)
Israel marks Passover with yellow ribbons and a table place left empty (www.ft.com)
Ecuadoreans approve tough security measures in referendum (www.ft.com)
German tax fraud prosecutor resigns in unexpected move (www.ft.com)
Power, productivity and how our system works (www.ft.com)
Met police chief under pressure over handling of pro-Palestine protests in UK (www.ft.com)
EU approves new antibiotic to tackle rise of superbugs (www.ft.com)
Former parliamentary aide charged with spying for China (www.ft.com)
TikTok gears up for legal fight in US to prevent ban (www.ft.com)
Biden tries a White House reset on climate and trade (www.ft.com)
How to stabilise a country after war (www.ft.com)
Exxon leads industry fight against UN plans to limit plastic (www.ft.com)
Germany accuses couple of spying for China (www.ft.com)
Esther Duflo: ‘This is what we owe’ (www.ft.com)
Don’t relax, Europe — the US hard right isn’t finished yet (www.ft.com)
Norilsk Nickel to move copper smelter from Russia to China as sanctions bite (www.ft.com)
Rishi Sunak admits Rwanda deportations delayed until summer (www.ft.com)
UK’s asset managers need more than a change in macro mood (www.ft.com)
Alzheimer’s drug Leqembi falls short of blockbuster status in faltering US rollout (www.ft.com)
Israel’s head of military intelligence resigns over October 7 attack (www.ft.com)
Debt-strapped European games group Embracer plans 3-way split (www.ft.com)
Africa-focused fund draws early investors to tech industry (www.ft.com)
Tackling homelessness needs to start from the evidence (www.ft.com)
CVC co-founder Donald Mackenzie set to net €150mn from public listing (www.ft.com)
Pro-China Maldives president’s party sweeps parliamentary vote (www.ft.com)
US and Philippines launch Balikatan joint military drills in South China Sea (www.ft.com)
The looming New York sovereign debt bills debacle (www.ft.com)
Why the EU is once again scrambling to find urgent arms for Ukraine (www.ft.com)
Why CEO succession is so difficult to get right (www.ft.com)
FDIC ponders tighter checks on big ‘passive’ investors in US banks (www.ft.com)
Chinese flying taxi sector claims global lead thanks to regulatory support (www.ft.com)
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Beijing bets on manufacturing (www.ft.com)
Ex-Smiths chief set for pay bump after quitting FTSE for smaller US group (www.ft.com)
Covid vaccine makers to clash in London over mRNA patent dispute (www.ft.com)
New York Stock Exchange tests views on round-the-clock trading (www.ft.com)
Tesla shareholders braced for worst results in 7 years (www.ft.com)
Company boards should not be in the business of attacking the proxy messenger (www.ft.com)
Consulting firms step up efforts to push out their low performers (www.ft.com)
Business Book of the Year Award 2024: winners pick their favourites (www.ft.com)
The overstimulated superpower (www.ft.com)
Tories must stop ‘posturing’ if they are to win UK election, Andy Street warns (www.ft.com)
UK biotech signs $1bn deal to develop liver disease drugs (www.ft.com)
Avatar director James Cameron backs new UK studio scheme (www.ft.com)
EU regulator urges action on climate threat to insurance (www.ft.com)
Portrait of a park: exploring El Retiro, central Madrid’s storied green space (www.ft.com)
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Global banking regulator sounds out investors on suitability of AT1s (www.ft.com)
Hizbollah’s sidelining in Iran-Israel exchanges viewed as sign of restraint (www.ft.com)
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Greece and Spain under pressure to provide Ukraine with air defence systems (www.ft.com)
Small businesses face punitive charges from new Brexit border fees (www.ft.com)
Is South Korea’s economic miracle over? (www.ft.com)
Larger properties drive UK asking prices to near-record high (www.ft.com)
Boeing and Airbus to report earnings this week (www.ft.com)
FirstFT: Ukraine faces tough weeks ahead to stem Russian advances (www.ft.com)
‘Debanking’ complaints to UK financial ombudsman surge (www.ft.com)
FCA faces backlash over plan to ‘name and shame’ companies under investigation (www.ft.com)
Opening arguments begin in Trump trial and Musk meets Modi (www.ft.com)
US set to impose sanctions on Israeli military unit over alleged human rights abuses (www.ft.com)
Taylor Swift’s new album sells 1.6mn copies in US in single day (www.ft.com)
Tory MP Mark Menzies to step down at UK general election and quits party (www.ft.com)
Ukraine faces race against time to deploy US funding (www.ft.com)
Trump spends more than a quarter of campaign donations on legal fees (www.ft.com)
A step back from the abyss in the Middle East (www.ft.com)
What Norway’s Home Guard can teach us about preparing for emergencies (www.ft.com)
Europe still fails to make enough of its size — here’s how to fix that (www.ft.com)
When will the Bank of Japan next raise interest rates? (www.ft.com)
Ukraine is the frontline of a much larger conflict (www.ft.com)
Who pulls the strings of power in Iran? (www.ft.com)
Biden’s energy policies are fuelling Trump’s campaign in Pennsylvania (www.ft.com)
How Mexico’s ‘kabuki pantomime’ fails to stop US-bound migrants (www.ft.com)
Extreme weather threatens Irish potato output (www.ft.com)
Labour will continue UK membership of Europe’s human rights court (www.ft.com)
BlackRock steps up security for Larry Fink after ‘anti-woke’ backlash (www.ft.com)
House museums #64: Edgar Allan Poe (www.ft.com)
Benedict Andrews on shaking up Chekhov: ‘You want to feel you’re watching life in all its spontaneity’ (www.ft.com)
Shelter from the storm: in praise of the bothy (www.ft.com)
US college affordability debate should focus on net cost, not sticker prices (www.ft.com)
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‘It’s not Barbieland’: Rwanda prepares to host asylum seekers sent from UK (www.ft.com)
Surge in maritime violence boosts demand for private security forces (www.ft.com)
The danger of the very serious person (www.ft.com)
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Pharma groups warn of supply crunch over China spying law (www.ft.com)
International hotel chains step up plans to expand in Europe (www.ft.com)
Turkish airlines and airports reap rewards from bet on pandemic recovery (www.ft.com)
The rare earths mine becoming a bellwether for US minerals policy (www.ft.com)
Ireland’s AIB could be fully privatised by 2025 after bumper profits (www.ft.com)
Indonesia eyes green energy transition in $1bn investment plan (www.ft.com)
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Saab chief warns against EU defence protectionism (www.ft.com)
Commodity traders bet on big data and AI (www.ft.com)
Why we can’t stop staring at our own faces online (www.ft.com)
Singapore gives top-level briefings to reassure foreign banks on stability (www.ft.com)
Coalition government, American style (www.ft.com)
Mexico’s presidential frontrunner vows to prioritise US trade ties (www.ft.com)
Blinken to warn China over weapons-related exports to Russia (www.ft.com)
US lawmakers vote on $95bn aid package for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan (www.ft.com)
Blackstone bids for Hipgnosis in attempt to derail $1.4bn Concord Chorus deal (www.ft.com)
Trump finds a sympathetic crowd in New York’s Harlem neighbourhood (www.ft.com)
Sports investor Arctos to focus on US deals after raising $4.1bn fund (www.ft.com)
Labour explores stopping ‘raids’ on UK overseas aid budget (www.ft.com)
Investors raise bets on euro falling to parity with dollar (www.ft.com)
US seeks alliance with Abu Dhabi on artificial intelligence (www.ft.com)
Rich nations pledge $11bn to World Bank for climate and global crises (www.ft.com)
Balkan clouds over EU enlargement (www.ft.com)
Scottish Greens to vote on power-sharing deal with SNP (www.ft.com)
Relief pervades Tehran after limited Israeli strike (www.ft.com)
Eleanor Coppola, filmmaker and writer, 1936-2024 (www.ft.com)
Parisians struggle to cash in on Olympic Games rentals (www.ft.com)
Inside the Arctic Circle’s thriving dinner party scene (www.ft.com)
Vivienne Westwood’s personal wardrobe to go under auction at Christie’s (www.ft.com)
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Six films to watch this week (www.ft.com)
OJ Simpson and the paradox of American power (www.ft.com)
Kant and the case for peace (www.ft.com)
Default — the fight over Argentina’s $100bn debt crisis (www.ft.com)
Fears grow for British Steel’s rescue deal (www.ft.com)
Fewer ‘golden visas’ will not dim millionaire demand for bolt-holes (www.ft.com)
Farewell to stock exchanges — fire is not their only enemy (www.ft.com)
India braced for heatwaves as nearly 1bn head for marathon summer elections (www.ft.com)
A personal history of America’s historian-in-chief (www.ft.com)
Dorset Tories tell Sunak’s MPs to ‘stay away’ in local election battle (www.ft.com)
Rishi Sunak expected to unveil new UK warship programme (www.ft.com)
Artist Issam Kourbaj will not forget his homeland (www.ft.com)
VW workers in Tennessee vote to join union in win for US labour movement (www.ft.com)
Asia’s central bankers struggle to contain strong US dollar (www.ft.com)
Slash tax on profits from Russia’s frozen assets, US urges allies (www.ft.com)
Nvidia drops 10% as investors see risk in Big Tech shares (www.ft.com)
Trump’s $175mn bond should be invalidated, New York attorney-general says (www.ft.com)
Investor nerves tested as market themes unravel (www.ft.com)
How to harness the power of colour in your home (www.ft.com)
Why are fake plants suddenly everywhere? (www.ft.com)
Venice Biennale 2024 is a rapturous celebration of unfamiliar global artists (www.ft.com)
The half-forgotten art of listening (www.ft.com)
Jeremy Hunt targets further 2p cut in national insurance (www.ft.com)
Democrats back Republican Speaker’s plan to advance US aid to Ukraine (www.ft.com)