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Starbucks Chief Executive, Howard Schultz, will pass leadership over to company president and COO, Kevin Johnson, in April next year

Starbucks CEO to step down next year

Starbucks Chief Executive, Howard Schultz, will pass leadership over to company president and COO, Kevin Johnson, in April next year

Culture Leica cameras were the chief tool used to document the 20th century, one of the most tumultuous periods in human history. Photography as we know it today would simply not exist without Oskar Barnack’s humble invention

Birth of a legend – the Leica story

Leica cameras were the chief tool used to document the 20th century, one of the most tumultuous periods in human history. Photography as we know it today would simply not exist without Oskar Barnack’s humble invention

By: Temoor Iqbal
Business & Management The European Union and Canada have signed the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, ending weeks of uncertainty

EU and Canada finally sign CETA free-trade agreement

The European Union and Canada have signed the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, ending weeks of uncertainty

By: Emily Cashen
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Business & Management Paula Nickolds will become the first female boss in the British retailer’s 152-year history

John Lewis appoints its first female managing director

Paula Nickolds will become the first female boss in the British retailer’s 152-year history

By: Emily Cashen
Business & Management Although machines choose employees who last longer and perform better, an aversion to algorithms persists among recruiters. Could this be set to change?

The rise of robotic recruitment

Although machines choose employees who last longer and perform better, an aversion to algorithms persists among recruiters. Could this be set to change?

By: Emily Cashen
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Business & Management Visa has chosen former American Express President Alfred Kelly to succeed Charles Scharf as CEO, after the latter's four-year tenure comes to an end

Visa CEO Charles Scharf steps down after four years

Visa has chosen former American Express President Alfred Kelly to succeed Charles Scharf as CEO, after the latter’s four-year tenure comes to an end

By: Emily Cashen
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Finance New research suggests that there is a scientific basis for the concept of gut feeling in financial trading

Gut feeling may be key to success for financial traders

New research suggests that there is a scientific basis for the concept of gut feeling in financial trading

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Business & Management Wells Fargo Chief Executive, John Stumpf, is to step down immediately, receiving no severance payment

Wells Fargo CEO resigns with immediate effect

Wells Fargo Chief Executive, John Stumpf, is to step down immediately, receiving no severance payment

By: Emily Cashen
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Business & Management Phil Bentley is due to take over from Ruby McGregor-Smith, who is stepping down after ten years at the head of outsourcing firm Mitie

Mitie names Phil Bentley as new CEO

Phil Bentley is due to take over from Ruby McGregor-Smith, who is stepping down after ten years at the head of outsourcing firm Mitie

By: Emily Cashen
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Business & Management Swedish tech firm Ericsson is cutting most of its domestic manufacturing workforce, as demand for mobile network infrastructure falls

Ericsson to cut 3,900 jobs

Swedish tech firm Ericsson is cutting most of its domestic manufacturing workforce, as demand for mobile network infrastructure falls

By: Callum Glennen
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Business & Management Consumer goods specialist Emma Walmsley will succeed Andrew Witty as the head of GlaxoSmithKline - the UK’s biggest pharmaceutical group

Emma Walmsley becomes first female CEO of GlaxoSmithKline

Consumer goods specialist Emma Walmsley will succeed Andrew Witty as the head of GlaxoSmithKline – the UK’s biggest pharmaceutical group

By: Emily Cashen
Business & Management The CEO of Wells Fargo, John Stumpf, has said bad employees are to blame for the allegedly illegal sales practices employed at the bank

Wells Fargo CEO says bank culture not to blame

The CEO of Wells Fargo, John Stumpf, has said bad employees are to blame for the allegedly illegal sales practices employed at the bank

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Business & Management Gerrit Zalm has announced his early departure from his CEO post at Dutch bank ABN Amro

ABN Amro CEO to step down

Gerrit Zalm has announced his early departure from his CEO post at Dutch bank ABN Amro

By: Elizabeth Matsangou
Business & Management The European Commission is launching an investigation into former chairman Jose Manuel Barroso regarding his new position at Goldman Sachs

EU launches ethics probe into Barroso’s Goldman Sachs role

The European Commission is launching an investigation into former chairman Jose Manuel Barroso regarding his new position at Goldman Sachs

By: Callum Glennen
Finance Uncertainty surrounding the UK’s exit from the European Union has prompted the insurance market's Chairman John Nelson to warn that some operations may be moved from London

Lloyd’s of London warns it may move some functions out of the UK

Uncertainty surrounding the UK’s exit from the European Union has prompted the insurance market’s Chairman John Nelson to warn that some operations may be moved from London

By: Callum Glennen
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Business & Management American Airlines president Scott Kirby leaves the company to take up same position at rival United Airlines

American Airlines president lands top job at United

American Airlines president Scott Kirby leaves the company to take up same position at rival United Airlines

By: Emily Cashen
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Awards Supplement 2015
Awards2015

The European CEO awards 2015 have now been announced, presenting our pick of the CEOs, companies and campaigns leading their sectors. View the winners here or browse the supplement in your browser or on your iPad or Android device.

Investment Destinations

As the eurozone stagnates, an increasing number of firms are looking to expand out of the continent. The US boasts a buoyant economy, offering significant incentives to attract investment. Skilled workers, excellent transport and generous tax breaks are all on offer. European CEO looks at some of the best US locations for European businesses looking to relocate.

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Europe has spent approximately one-third of its output in recent years on propping up struggling banks

The European banking union

Europe has spent approximately one-third of its output in recent years on propping up struggling banks

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