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A hacker’s paradise? 5G and cyber security

The rollout of fifth-generation mobile networks — which offer the potential for downloads speeds of up to 10 times faster than today’s — will change how we commu...

Private equity takeovers of listed companies hit jobs hardest, study finds

Academics considered impact of US buyouts over more than three decades

BDO narrows gap with Big Four but warns audit is ‘broken’

BDO enjoyed a 25 per cent jump in revenues last year as the accountancy firm swallowed a smaller rival and narrowed the gap with the UK’s Big Four. In results rel...

Facebook questioned by Brussels over Libra risks

Brussels is questioning Facebook over potential financial risks posed by its Libra coin project as the EU prepares to overhaul regulation of digital currencies. ...

There is an upside to falling numbers of MBA applicants

Silicon Valley’s connections to the global tech industry made Stanford’s Graduate School of Business attractive to Kimberley Manning. Yet the software engineer,...

How Britain ended its coal addiction

At Aberthaw Power Station on the coast of South Wales, Tom Glover examines a dwindling pile of coal, for what may be the last time. At its peak in 2013, the coal-...

NZ dollar falls as business confidence slumps to decade-low

New Zealand’s currency was approaching a four-year low versus the US dollar on Monday after data showed that business confidence in the country was deteriorating rap...

Chinese stocks trade mixed after reports of US listings ban

Chinese stocks were largely unmoved on Monday following another apparent escalation in trade tensions and new indications of weakness in the world’s second-biggest e...

The $5tn diaspora: Dimon’s lieutenants take top roles

The appointment of Charlie Scharf as chief executive of Wells Fargo is not just a crucial turning point for the troubled San Francisco bank. It also represents further...

WeWork halts all new lease agreements to stem losses

Landlords brace for effect on valuations as new co-chief executives cut back

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