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After a covid-fuelled adrenaline rush, biotech is crashing

Can tech reshape the Pentagon?

Meet China’s new tycoons

Apple already sold everyone an iPhone. Now what?

Why it’s OK not to be perfect at work

Volkswagen’s new boss faces some enduring challenges

The Spirit merger is a lost opportunity for creative destruction

The Spirit deal is a missed opportunity for creative destruction

The online-ad industry is being shaken up

State-run oil giants will make or break the energy transition

What Gen-Z graduates want from their employers

Meet Keyence, consultant to the world’s factories

Will “work from hotel” become a thing?

Will “work from hotel” catch on?

Are vacationing plutocrats the true victims of inflation?

Can Watershed corner the market for carbon accounting?

How to manage a balance-sheet in troubled times

Will the PowerPoint load?

How to navigate workplace awkwardness

The man with a plan to fix Eskom

Can Deutschland AG cope with the Russian gas shock?

Watch Russia’s Rosneft to see the new direction of global petropolitics

Introducing The Bottom Line, our new business and technology newsletter

With or without Elon Musk, Twitter is overdue a shake-up

After a turbocharged boom, are chipmakers in for a supersize bust?

After a turbocharged boom, are chipmakers in for a supersized bust?

What does the future hold for Reliance, India’s biggest firm?

Private equity may be heading for a fall

Business in Poland faces strong headwinds

Reading corporate culture from the outside

How sturdy are Europe’s tech unicorns?

Beach reads for business folk

Mars Inc gets the purpose v profit balance right

Japanese energy firms cling on to their Russian assets

The pandemic is boosting sellers of traditional medicine

The great Silicon Valley shake-out

The rise of China’s VC-industrial complex

A billionaire wants to shake up America’s drugs market

China’s crackdown on the fun industry continues

In EY’s split, fortune may favour the dull

Why managers deserve more understanding

Why everyone wants Arm

Alphabet is spending billions to become a force in health care

Disney loses its Indian Premier League streaming rights

How modern executives are different from their forebears

How modern executives are different

Amazon has a rest-of-the-world problem

Work, the wasted years

How supply-chain turmoil is remaking the car industry

The Communist Party resuscitates Didi Global