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How decades of misgovernment have pushed the Lebanese state towards economic and political failure
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Teresa Ribera suggests high energy costs could cause a backlash toward carbon-cutting initiatives
Mortgages and pensions for freelancers
US forests that generate the carbon offsets bought by the likes of BP and Microsoft are on fire
Does AI’s carbon footprint risk overshadowing its ability to cut emissions?
House prices are increasing in almost every major economy in the wake of the pandemic
Profiling the leader of the Scottish Labour party
Amazon shares slump in after-hours trading after missing Wall Street’s revenue targets
Could a proposed law at the International Criminal Court deter eco criminals?
US central bank declares that ‘progress’ has been made towards meeting its goals
Apple’s profits almost doubled in its latest quarter to $21.7bn
Spain has called on the EU to back measures to limit surging electricity prices and athletes from Russia are enjoying success at the Olympics despite a ban on the country
Forests in the US that generate the carbon offsets bought by companies including BP and Microsoft are on fire; Goldman Sachs looks to scale back its asset management business
True crime tale hosted by John Stamos recounts an attempt to abduct Frank Sinatra Jr in 1963
Projected income in retirement may not even cover the basics
The looser restrictions would benefit travellers coming to the UK from the US and EU
US, Russia take differing approaches when it comes to Cuba’s protests and military crackdown
Tackling the ‘pingdemic’ and ensuring food distribution runs smoothly
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How will Joe Biden’s administration react to ongoing tensions in the region?
Berlin pledges to impose sanctions on Moscow if its energy policies endanger US regional allies
Netflix lost 430,000 subscribers in the US and Canada in the second quarter
Scam victim Jenny didn’t know fraudsters could do this — did you?
Fears over the coronavirus on Monday contributed to European stocks’ worst session of 2021
Criminals have come up with frighteningly convincing ways of parting us from our hard-earned cash
Will AI eventually run our financial markets?
Opec and its allies will add 400,000 barrels a day starting in August
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Inside Downing Street as the government presses ahead with lifting all Covid curbs
US banks slashed their branch networks and trimmed headcount in the first half of the year
Disastrous handling of the pandemic and corruption allegations cause dramatic loss of public support
Jay Powell told lawmakers Wednesday the Fed was ready to intervene if inflation spirals
US inflation accelerated unexpectedly in June and is challenging the view that it will be temporary
Sources tell the FT that the collapsed finance firm paid the former UK PM a salary of more than $1m
Hot on the heels of TV documentaries, two series delve into the singer’s life and controversial conservatorship
Economists worry the spread of the Delta coronavirus variant could undermine the EU recovery