Global markets shrugged off insurrection at US Capitol building as equities rose on Thursday

President Trump concedes power for the first time and calls for an orderly transition: the FT’s US managing editor Peter Spiegel looks at how Joe Biden can unite a divided nation; global markets have continued rising despite the chaos in Washington; Boeing agrees to pay $2.5bn to resolve a criminal charge stemming from the 737 Max crashes; and counter-culture icon Neil Young cashes in on the music streaming boom. 


Democratic leaders call on Pence to force Trump from White House

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Boeing to pay $2.5bn to resolve criminal case over 737 Max crashes

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Blue sweep of Congress will add pressure to weak dollar, analysts say

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Neil Young joins music rights gold rush after striking Hipgnosis deal

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Review clip: Silver Fiddle Music, Hipgnosis



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