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Governments are flexing their muscles over bad corporate behaviour, starting with social media firms

What made social media companies so successful also makes them easy targets for government muscle-flexing, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
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Has Big Tobacco finally run out of puff?

After a fantastic run spanning decades, tobacco stocks look like they’re starting to fall. John Stepek looks at Big Tobacco’s decline and asks: is it still worth investing in?
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What to do as quantitative easing becomes quantitative tightening

Quantitative easing – AKA money printing – is fast turning to quantitative tightening, ushering out the long-running bull market in stocks. Merryn Somerset Webb explains what you should do now.
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Four lessons from the WPP debacle

The media conglomerate has been left rudderless after years of drift, says Matthew Lynn. Here’s how big companies can avoid repeating the mistakes.
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