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AT&T lost more than 100,000 of its most lucrative mobile phone customers in the final three months of 2014, as theDavid Crow in New York
English clubs are dominating the football transfer market to such an extent that they are now involved in nearly as manyRoger Blitz — Leisure Industries Correspondent
Transport for London is to become a property developer — including building luxury housing — in an attempt to raise moreKate Allen
Slideshow: English Heritage lists postwar office buildings The modern office is, perhaps, too close to the drudgery ofEdwin Heathcote
A four year programme to support £40bn of private investment in infrastructure leaves taxpayers with unquantifiable risksGill Plimmer
Indications that Labour is planning to cut tuition fees have heightened budget concerns among university vice-chancellors,Helen Warrell, Public Policy Correspondent
Chalk up another win for activist investors. Yahoo’s decision to spin off its $39bn stake in Alibaba into a separate, public
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Sir, I wrote to you more than two years ago to say that if Greece were a company, its advisers would recommend a
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