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    State transport body tipped to run north rail franchises

    The state could be running trains across the north of England within a decade if a London-style transport board for theAndrew Bounds, North of England Correspondent

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    2009 crisis elicited gallows humour at the Fed

    The transcripts of the Federal Reserve’s policy-setting committee’s meetings in 2009, released on Wednesday, are predictableShawn Donnan in Washington

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    Five takeaways from the Fed meeting transcripts of 2009

    Janet Yellen had no illusion about the gravity of the economic threat to the US in 2009, and she was a vocal exponent ofSam Fleming in Washington

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    J&J nears deal for cancer drugmaker

    Johnson & Johnson is nearing a deal to acquire US cancer drugmaker Pharmacyclics in what would be the biggest bet on aArash Massoudi and Neil Hume in London, David Crow in Barcelona and James Fontanella-Khan in New York

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    Samsung: Ring the changes

    Deep inside the soaring glass towers of Samsung Electronics’ Seoul headquarters, Nam Myoung-woo and his fellow soundSimon Mundy

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    8:53PM

    US sugar industry attacks ‘misleading’ WHO guidelines

    The US sugar industry has slammed “misleading” new recommendations from the World Health Organisation that people shouldScheherazade Daneshkhu, Consumer Industries Editor

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    8:50PM

    Hard to identify concerns now infecting markets

    Markets climb a wall of worry. So what are investors meant to do when everything seems to be fine? Consider the list ofJames Mackintosh

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    8:42PM

    Ashcroft polls suggest near wipeout for Labour in Scotland

    The Scottish National party is just a percentage point away from seizing the seat of Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy inMure Dickie in Edinburgh

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    8:29PM

    Bank of England embroiled in money-market fraud probe

    The Bank of England is embroiled in an unprecedented criminal investigation over the potential rigging of its money-marketCaroline Binham, Financial Regulation Correspondent

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    7:46PM

    Instagram unveils new advertising format

    Instagram has created a new advertising format that allows marketers to include links to their products and websites, a moveHannah Kuchler in London

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