The patriarch on Macron’s time at Rothschild, almost merging with Lehman — and why he’s inspired by the coach of Les Bleus
There is less cigarette smoke in the air, but there are dark clouds on the horizon for multinationals practising the dying art of cigarette making
Molewa's death comes weeks after she was hospitalised in early September
Davis announced his resignation as a representative of the party in parliament on Thursday
David Kneale will assume the role of a strategic adviser after stepping down, while Vikesh Ramsunder will take over as CEO from January
The banking system has a gross exposure of R125bn to the agricultural sector, with R41bn of this held by the state-owned Land Bank
Magna Global study predicts online advertising could surpass $100bn for the first time
More than 130 people were confirmed dead by late Friday, while rescuers continued searching for missing victims
Cheslin Kolbe is ready to step into fullback Willie le Roux’s boots
Repair firm iFixit this week published some of the first detailed teardowns of the new iPhones
Amsterdam's Zero Waste Lab highlights the scourge of urban waste by turning trash into something useful or artistic
She has ruled out extending negotiations and says the UK is preparing for a no-deal outcome
World won’t let the crisis rest, Hunt tells Suu Kyi
The hunt for the presumed killer of cats in the south of London since 2015 was picked up by animal welfare groups and Scotland Yard
Theresa May stands by ‘Chequers’ proposals for trade with the bloc that will also resolve issues on the border of Northern Ireland
May is struggling to win support at home and in Brussels for her exit plan
The tiny European state may seek about €300m and start issuing bonds after failing to recover from the global financial crisis a decade ago
Chinese proposals account for 40% of the 165 reviews of foreign takeover plans in the past three years
Britian’s Office for National Statistics also says British house prices rose at the weakest annual rate in nearly five years
The probe comes as the world’s largest online retailer faces calls for more regulatory intervention and even its potential break-up
The Irish border and future economic relationship remain key sticking points, says EU council leader Donald Tusk
Remarks defuse threats from Russian defence ministry to retaliate over Syrian air disaster
The European Commission’s proposals seek to tackle US concerns regarding the World Trade Organisation almost line by line
Deutsche’s Sewing calls for united capital markets but ECB head Mario Draghi counters that institutions should clear up bad loans and shrink their ...
Prison Reform Trust warns women are often jailed despite being recognised as trafficking victims
Besides winning the World Cup, France is also one of the big winners in the global harvest sweepstakes this year as a dry and sunny summer promises an ...
Kremlin-backed United Russia incumbent Andrei Tarasenko’s narrow win sparks an outcry in Vladivostok amid growing discontent
Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond says after talks with International Monetary Fund boss Christine Lagarde that London must heed the ‘clear ...
The talks are ‘mired in confusion and deadlock’ and are leading the country down a damaging path, says Khan
Former bodyguard Alexandre Benalla must now face a senate inquiry on September 19 for beating a protester
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