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A food journey through North Korea

In 2016 cook and food writer Fuchsia Dunlop visited North Korea on an organised tour, curious about the food culture in this repressive and impoverished country. These are her impressions.

Investors shy away from $7.25bn Avantor deal

Goldman-led banks delay pricing on one of year’s largest leveraged buyout financings

Small-caps are back

The Russell 2000 index of smaller companies has gained nearly 3 per cent this month, outpacing other major US indices. Nicole Bullock, US markets correspondent, reports.

Goldman Sachs slumps to its worst ever position in IB ranking

Fixed income trading woes relegate bank to joint third, its lowest since tables began

Beijing’s battle to control its homegrown tech giants

Groups such as Tencent and Alibaba are seen as crucial to economic reform, but as they take business from state-owned companies they face closer scrutiny

Lex analysis: No accounting for controversy

Some of the biggest multinational companies embroiled in corporate scandals enjoy little of the accountability most companies must tolerate. But low profile also helps these powerful organisations avoid wider scrutiny.

Google and HTC in $1.1bn deal

Google has broadened its smartphone manufacturing operations with an agreement to pay $1.1bn to transfer about 2,000 staff from Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC.

Commerzbank: least wurst options

Bid speculation is frothing around German bank but best acquirer may not be the most obvious

Draghi: still too many non-performing loans across eurozone banking system

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UK to diverge from EU on financial services rules after Brexit

Ministers say long term competitive advantage for sector involves discrete regulation

Banking remains far too undercapitalised for comfort

Leverage ratios closer to 5:1 will help give creditors confidence in liabilities

London Fashion week trends

Carola Long, FT deputy fashion editor, sees more emerging trends for 2018, following London Fashion Week, from embroidery to fancy rainwear.

A food journey through North Korea

In 2016 cook and food writer Fuchsia Dunlop visited North Korea on an organised tour, curious about the food culture in this repressive and impoverished country. These are her impressions.

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A food journey through North Korea

Investors shy away from $7.25bn Avantor deal

Goldman-led banks delay pricing on one of year’s largest leveraged buyout financings

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Investors shy away from $7.25bn Avantor deal

Small-caps are back

The Russell 2000 index of smaller companies has gained nearly 3 per cent this month, outpacing other major US indices. Nicole Bullock, US markets correspondent, reports.

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Small-caps are back

Goldman Sachs slumps to its worst ever position in IB ranking

Fixed income trading woes relegate bank to joint third, its lowest since tables began

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Goldman Sachs slumps to its worst ever position in IB ranking

Beijing’s battle to control its homegrown tech giants

Groups such as Tencent and Alibaba are seen as crucial to economic reform, but as they take business from state-owned companies they face closer scrutiny

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Beijing’s battle to control its homegrown tech giants

Lex analysis: No accounting for controversy

Some of the biggest multinational companies embroiled in corporate scandals enjoy little of the accountability most companies must tolerate. But low profile also helps these powerful organisations avoid wider scrutiny.

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Lex analysis: No accounting for controversy