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    Apollo withdraws $400m Presidio bond offer

    A $400m bond offering to help finance Apollo Global Management’s purchase of Presidio, an IT infrastructure solutionsHenny Sender and Sujeet Indap

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    Microsoft earnings show impact of cloud move

    Microsoft’s headlong growth in cloud computing continued in the latest quarter, according to figures released on Monday,Richard Waters in San Francisco

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    Russians accused of spying in New York

    A Russian bank employee and two Russian government officials have been charged with being part of a spy ring in New YorkGina Chon in Washington

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    Pemex shakes up system for suppliers

    Pemex, the Mexican state oil company, is being forced to sharpen up its act. Not only are costs under pressure, so is itsJude Webber

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    Alexis who?

    Global markets took the news of Alexis Tsipras' victory in the Greek election with a shrug on Monday. John Authers cautions4m 0secs

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    Goldman Sachs profit on disputed LIA trades back in focus

    Goldman Sachs is estimated to have made $82m profit on nine disputed trades which are at the heart of a $1bn lawsuit broughtJane Croft

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    Manchester Utd signs up Swissquote

    Manchester United signed its first commercial deal with a currency trader, announcing a sponsorship with one of the biggestRoger Blitz, Leisure Industries Correspondent

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    BP to freeze global salaries

    BP will freeze salaries across the company this year in the latest move to cut costs by an oil major to address the impactMark Odell and Christopher Adams

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    Sika board steps up fight against Saint-Gobain takeover

    The board of Sika, which is fighting a takeover by Saint-Gobain, on Monday insisted that a proposed special shareholderArash Massoudi in London and Michael Stothard in Paris

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    Ministers impose curbs on fracking

    Ministers have imposed a series of Labour demands on the UK’s fracking industry, in a last-minute move to avert a House ofChristopher Adams and Jim Pickard

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