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The Financial Times

Taylor Swift moves to Universal Music after bidding war

Singer’s first new contract since the age 14 is a coup for the Vivendi-owned label

Apple and chipmakers drag Nasdaq lower

A string of iPhone suppliers have issued disappointing revenue forecasts

May and Barnier step up Brexit lobbying

EU chief Brexit negotiator urges calm as British PM promises jobs and prosperity

Chipmakers face threat of long-term slump

Weak demand for iPhones, falling cryptocurrencies and trade wars cloud the outlook

A deal between Trump and Xi will not last

Growing military tensions make the US-China trade dispute harder to settle

Danske whistleblower criticises Deutsche Bank’s role

Danish parliament told that $150bn of questionable funds went through German lender

Carlos Ghosn arrested and faces ousting at Nissan

Japanese carmaker accuses longtime executive of ‘numerous’ acts of misconduct

Houthis halt missile attacks on Yemen’s Saudi coalition

Move comes as western powers step up efforts to secure a peace deal

China alleges ‘massive’ evidence of chipmaker violations

Beijing says probe into Samsung, Micron and SK Hynix has made ‘important progress’

Bank Leumi to launch online bank Pepper in US

Israeli disrupter sees opening in high fees charged by American lenders

Will $40bn of asset sales be enough to fix GE?

Private equity is sniffing around as industrial giant races to reduce debts

Rehn brandishes credentials as ECB vacancy looms

Varied CV marks former commissioner out from other contenders to replace Mario Draghi

Is Interpol being manipulated by authoritarian regimes?

Critics say global police organisation is being used to target political opposition

Japan’s social impact bonds attract healthy support

Niche products find new champions but project risk deters many investors

Inside DeepMind as the lines with Google blur

Relationship between British AI firm and US giant shifts

Saudi ‘prince of darkness’ lingers in the shadows

Saud al-Qahtani is most senior official sanctioned by US over Khashoggi killing

Exciting rule-breakers rarely rise through the ranks

Big companies may want to hire mavericks but most organisations are built on rules

E-scooter group Voi scoops up backers

$50m round is third largest “series A” funding by a European start-up over past year

US national security rules to hit China investors

Government will review small minority stakes in sensitive technologies