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Europe steps up vaccination campaigns after slow start

 

France, Germany and Italy accelerate rollout as continent grapples with third wave

Söder shakes up German succession by laying claim to Merkel’s crown

 

Bavarian CSU leader throws ruling coalition into tumult as CDU heir apparent Laschet flounders in polls

Coronavirus latest: US diplomat Blinken says China should have done more to stop pandemic

 

Jay Powell says US economy is at an ‘inflection point’

 

Fed chair sees hiring and growth set to accelerate but a new Covid-19 surge could still derail recovery

Huawei rival Xiaomi steps up chip ambitions amid US pressure

 

Smartphone maker’s investments reflect China’s push to reduce foreign dependence

Montenegro calls for EU help over $1bn Chinese highway loan

 

Refinancing offer would be ‘a small but easy win’ for Brussels, says finance minister

‘People are on pins and needles’: the Chauvin trial and race in America

 

The world is watching the court case of the former police officer accused of murdering George Floyd

US executives enjoy extra corporate jet perks under Covid

 

Companies including Morgan Stanley, UPS and PepsiCo disclose extended travel privileges

A reading list to prepare for a post-pandemic age

 

Longlisted, shortlisted and winning authors of the FT and McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award reveal their choices

US CEOs discuss co-ordinated response to voting laws

 

Executives weigh action on election access despite Republican admonishments to ‘stay out of politics’

Microsoft nears deal to buy voice tech pioneer Nuance for $16bn

 

Tech giant eyes AI company in what would be its second-largest acquisition to date

Cameron admits mistakes as he breaks silence on Greensill

 

Former PM seeks to distance himself from troubled finance group he lobbied

EU and UK edge towards accord on trade rules for Northern Ireland

 

An agreement on implementation of Brexit deal could help defuse tensions in Belfast

China considers mixing vaccines to bolster efficacy

 

Disease control centre makes first public admission over effectiveness of domestic jabs

Iran says blackout at Natanz facility was ‘nuclear terrorism’

 

Incident comes as world powers try to rescue landmark deal abandoned under Trump

Ecuadorians face stark choice in presidential election

 

Winner will have to revive economy of state indebted to IMF, bondholders and Chinese banks

Can CVC pull off a $20bn ‘deal of the century’ at Toshiba?

 

Proposed management buyout looks like an improbable win for the Japanese conglomerate’s embattled CEO

Maersk warns real work to clear Suez backlog has only just begun

 

World’s largest shipping company says global supply chains are likely to be disrupted until second half of May

Polish minister says ‘suicidal’ to vote down EU recovery fund

 

Failure to ratify could delay disbursement of billions of euros across the bloc

Rising inflation complicates Brazil’s Covid-19 crisis

 

Silent scourge of hunger and poverty runs parallel to coronavirus pandemic

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