The Financial Times

Nintendo faces calls to split stock to aid governance

Group’s shares priced beyond most retail investors on back of Switch console success

China woos Pakistan militants in Belt and Road push

Beijing in talks with tribal separatists in Baluchistan to protect $60bn investment

How Putin mastered the cyber disinformation war

Robert Mueller’s move to indict organisations affiliated to the Kremlin is a change in tack

Labour hints at no compensation for PFI investors

John McDonnell says MPs will decide what, if any, money shareholders should get

EU plan for defence co-operation sparks US concern

Washington’s qualms about what plan means for transatlantic alliance

Trump lashes out over Russian investigation

US president’s weekend Twitter storm singles out FBI and security chief McMaster

Trump’s fiscal gamble and the US twin deficits

A large fiscal boost so late in the US cycle will add to pressure on the Fed

The 25% solution: how to safeguard a labour force

Companies and government can rebuild trust in Big Tech by retraining workers

SoftBank seeks to join Swiss Re board in $10bn stake talks

Japanese group looks to acquire up to 30 per cent share in reinsurer

Italian stock market outruns European peers

Investors shrug off possibly messy election in March

Latvian bank governor detained in financial probe

Damning report accuses third-biggest bank of ‘institutionalised money laundering’

Breakthrough over growing human organs in animals

Scientists create hybrid embryos with stem cells from both species

Israel says it is ready to act against Iran

Netanyahu tells security conference Tehran is ‘the greatest threat to our world’

Nissan sees 2025 as turning point for electric cars

Battery vehicles will stay more expensive than petrol versions until then, says executive

Oil majors see expansion in domestic utilities

Big European groups lay foundations for expansion into the electricity supply chain

How leaders can sort out workplace harassment

Three steps to changing a culture

What’s behind the weakening US dollar?

In focus are Fed minutes and signs of volatility in South Africa’s bonds and rand

China threatens to retaliate against US tariffs

Beijing says it will protect its interests if Donald Trump imposes trade penalties

HSBC hopes to leave era of scandals behind

The bank has been held back by huge fines and hasty acquisitions, but believes it is now in a position to grow again

Mueller lays bare Russian ‘troll farm’ in US election

Case offers glimpse into Russian subversion of US democracy to boost Trump