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Grief is supposed to move in five stages from denial to acceptance. Since losing its empire Britain has skipped from theJanan Ganesh
Taxpayers are expected to have to foot a bill totalling tens of millions of pounds to enact Theresa May’s proposals toMurad Ahmed, European Technology Correspondent
Russia’s central bank will be feeling vindicated in its decision to press ahead with a free float in the rouble, after aDelphine Strauss
Mota-Engil, Portugal’s largest construction company, has listed its African subsidiary on the Euronext stock exchange as aJavier Blas – Africa Editor
Tunisia’s first ever democratic presidential election is likely to enter a second round as neither of the two leadingHeba Saleh in Cairo
Scrappy Doo, Scooby’s nephew, was some dull-witted TV executive’s idea for reinvigorating the classic cartoon. The grating
Tim Geithner said he realised Merrill Lynch’s risk culture was not in great shape when John Thain, then chief executive, didSimon Samuels
Carlyle Group, one of the world’s largest private equity houses, has made its first investment in Nigeria, spending nearlyJavier Blas – Africa Editor
Drinkers of instant coffee face the prospect of higher prices as a lower Vietnamese crop is expected to push the market forEmiko Terazono
When black money market dealer Alberto Youssef was arrested by police in March, he was carrying seven mobile phones withBy Joe Leahy in São Paulo
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