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Glencore's roller coaster shares, the antagonistic power of cheesecake, Bilimoria takes on Snapchat.
The 'Bond King' files an extraordinary lawsuit against the company he founded.
Now is the time to invest, the head of the IMF says. But should it be with borrowed money?
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is working with the Qataris, but the deal could still end in a car crash.
The third time unlucky suitor says its target's latest rejection 'lacks credibility'.
Its problems run much deeper than Sepp Blatter.
Volkswagen goes on a sorry offensive in America, but the emissions scandal won't go away that easily.
Meanwhile, Vodafone is the latest telco to call for BT to be forced to spin out Openreach.
Venture capital funding for the capital's technology firms has increased 16-fold since 2010.
Minister Matthew Hancock has drawn ire for saying under-25s won't get the National Living Wage as they're less productive - but is that true?
Should companies have to prove why men are paid more than women for a similar job?
The retailer still has plenty of fight left in it.
Profits halve at the embattled retailer, but the long retreat may be coming to an end as its sales decline slows.
AB InBev has got its target's shareholders on side, so it may only be a matter of time before the nuptials.
Facebook, Amazon and eBay could be hit by a new ruling from the European Court of Justice.
And UK plc is not as educationally elitist as the US, Germany or France.
Facebook is to boldly go where no social media company has gone before, but is Mark Zuckerberg's free internet project really an act of selfless philanthropy?
The entrepreneur has launched an 'instant' photo sharing app called PictoSo.
The oil giant has agreed a $20.8bn settlement with the US government.
The policy, nicked from Labour, could be a godsend for parents - especially single ones.
Irene Arango is the co-founder of Nama, a raw vegan restaurant with a £1m turnover.
Plenty have failed in their attempts to cross the Atlantic, but the potential rewards for success are massive.
It's up to FIFA to serve football fans, not sponsors, says Nick Fox.
Starting early, removing the stigma and promoting the wider sector will also encourage more women into engineering, says Denise Smiles.
POWER MUMS: The insurance executive talks about taking on City bully boys, being a single mum and why she sent her daughters to private school.
Women need to learn the 'code' of the male professional to get ahead at work, says Ann Hyams.
It was like seeing two scuffling silverbacks go toe to toe - shame there wasn't a vote at the end, says Christine Armstrong.
EDITOR'S BLOG: The Air France and Manchester mobs both need to remember the rule of law when it comes to political protest.
Mums in Technology are right with the zeitgeist - all they need now is a committed corporate sponsor.
Not all decisions can be data-driven, so leaders have to take ownership of uncertainty and surround themselves with diverse views, says Katarina Skoberne.
Grow your own people - but know when to hire from outside too, says Hyperoptic founder Dana Tobak.
Cracking down on disruptive innovators could undo years spent championing the UK as a great place to do business.
Sam Middleton founded The Chapar to save people from the hassle of high street shopping.
Trim fat, not muscle, to make your business leaner and meaner.
Much has been promised by the data scientists who say they understand the deeper meanings and patterns of mega numbers. Sceptics, including this one, say they have yet to deliver.
The chairman of Reed Global enjoys Alastair Campbell's tale of winners and gains some valuable life lessons from a book first published in 1894.
Go on, be a devil. Here are some ideas to tempt you (and stop you being caught).
Don't bottle up your resentment - present him with a rota of shared tasks, says Jeremy Bullmore.
The MT Interview
By Matthew Gwyther Monday, 28 September 2015
THE MT INTERVIEW: What made the ex-Edelman chief turn his back on the PR world? All the lies and spin for starters... Now he's trying to tread a nobler and more useful path.
More than 70 ambulances were called to the retailer's HQ in two years.
No more fumbling with a card in the slot - Tui Group's Nordic hotels will soon have a smartband key.
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