Indian tech workers could be affected by the outcome of the US election.
How Portuguese entrepreneur Jose Neves built popular fashion website Farfetch, which last year saw sales of $512m (£410m).
Cancer survivor Terry Foster, 58, tells the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire programme he was sacked after being diagnosed with lymphoma, as his company felt he “wouldn’t be able to handle the stress of the job”.
Otmar Issing tells the BBC the eurozone is being undermined by mistakes, and that Greece, Portugal and Italy remain threats to its future.
The Brexit campaign showed the opposite: deny any problem and scare voters
Some are sceptical of Europe’s efforts to tackle the causes behind migrants leaving their homelands
My easy like Sunday morning reads: • The Postwar Boom Isn’t Coming Back Anytime Soon (Bloomberg Businessweek) • For Helping Immigrants, Chobani’s Founder Draws Threats (New York Times) • The $50 Trillion Global Cash Conundrum (Bloomberg Gadfly) • Martin Wolf: the case against the collapse of capitalism (FT) see also How Sociopathic Capitalism Came to Rule the World (The…