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    Nicolas Sarkozy picks tough path for comeback

    Nicolas Sarkozy is back. More than two years after losing the Elysée Palace after just one term to François Hollande, his By Hugh Carnegy in Paris

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    e-commerce in India: not just cash on delivery to a man on a bike

    For decades, a combination of ill health and high rental prices in India’s capital, New Delhi, prevented Ramy Suneja, a Mian Ridge

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    Apple sells record 10m iPhone 6 models in first weekend

    Apple sold a record 10m iPhones in its first weekend of sales for its newest models, as crowds mobbed stores in 10 cities By Daniel Thomas, telecoms correspondent

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    Smaller English cities publish charter demanding more control

    The pressure for Westminster to devolve more power to England increased as 23 smaller cities published a charter demanding By Andrew Bounds in Manchester

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    Iron ore: Fe, fi, fo, fum

    Benchmark iron ore prices fell to a five-year low on Monday, with miners planning to continue expanding production. Lex's 3m 35secs

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    Heat rises for fossil fuel industry as climate talks gather pace

    This is not a comforting week to be an investor in a big oil or coal company. It began with rallies in capital cities around By Pilita Clark in New York

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    Sage buys US payroll services group PayChoice for $157.8m

    Sage Group, the UK’s largest software company by market capitalisation, has agreed to buy US payroll services group By Sally Davies

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    Douglas Alexander urges Labour party to woo big businesses

    Labour’s campaign chief has urged his party to build better relations with big business, arguing that leading corporate By George Parker and Elizabeth Rigby in Manchester

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    Air France-KLM boss makes concessions to end ‘disastrous’ strike

    The chief executive of Air France-KLM on Monday made concessions to trade unions in an effort to bring an end to a By Michael Stothard in Paris

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