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China courts global business leaders in push to boost confidence in economic recovery
More frequent and more violent incidents are being reported this year
JPMorgan wants to ‘learn to live with’ tension between Beijing and Washington
It’s not easy luring workers back. But could office life be good for us?
Managers must take time to help ease the anxieties of a Covid generation
World’s largest retailer bucks more cautious tone from rivals on US consumer spending
CEO says the accommodation booking platform can be a way for people to make real connections — unlike social media
India and South Africa to assume more audit and tax tasks as number of US graduates falls
Fears grow among boards that constraints on wages will damage UK-based companies
Clothing mogul carried out a decade-long smear campaign against his billionaire hedge fund manager neighbour
US and European groups say they overestimated how quickly country would bounce back from Covid-19 lockdowns
CEOs’ responses to any epidemic of loneliness must focus first on their own people
Decision comes in long-running case against former Bahamas neighbour and Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard
Backers say president will have an incumbent’s advantage in fundraising but see concerns about his age and popularity
Chief executive of the world’s largest brewer is focused on playing the long game and his passion to build, not buy
Shipping hubs in India and south-east Asia lack capacity to compete, according to freight data
Owner of the Marlboro brand in the US seeks to double revenues from smokeless products
The fragility of financial institutions suggests serious lapses in corporate governance in banking and beyond
‘Societal trends’ are driving a boom in animal services at a company best known for chocolate
Beijing’s flagship development conference kicks off in shadow of tensions with Washington
Tech start-up founders learn hard lessons from the Silicon Valley Bank failure
Many founders have scrambled to recover funds they had parked in large amounts at the failed lender
Poul Weihrauch says petcare and chocolate group will fail to attract younger employees if it only focuses on profits
Also in today’s newsletter, a guide to being non-partisan
UK-based group formerly known as Wolseley says switch has increased share of US-based investors