Grid unlock

Can Europe’s power grid cope with the green transition?

The boss of Germany’s biggest grid operator sure hopes so

A medical gold rush

Pharma’s big push for a new generation of obesity drugs

Rivals to Novo Nordisk and Eli Lilly are piling in


What if Hollywood blockbusters were remade as workplace dramas?

Putting the office into box office

Exit the dragon

Ties between foreign businesses and China go from bad to worse

Travel and investment are shockingly depressed

Cranes, drains and automobiles

Will the auto workers’ strike jeopardise Joe Biden’s manufacturing boom?

A report from the front line of America’s industrial revival

The last mogul

Rupert Murdoch isn’t going anywhere just yet

As “chairman emeritus” the Fox and News Corp boss will still wield plenty of clout

Missile stockpiles

Big pharma can’t get enough of one class of cancer drugs

A spate of dealmaking suggests high expectations for antibody-drug conjugates

Emissionary zeal

California cracks down on carbon

It is not just attacking big oil. Big everything is in the line of fire


Why it is a bad idea for managers to attempt to engineer office friendships

Friends make employees more engaged. That’s no reason for companies to get involved

Can Falcon soar?

Abu Dhabi throws a surprise challenger into the AI race

It has released the world’s most powerful open-source model, and will soon launch an AI company