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Google on Thursday added to Wall Street’s concerns about a slowdown in its core desktop search business and falling profitRichard Waters in San Francisco
Saudi Arabia’s new King Salman ordered a cabinet reshuffle on Thursday but kept in place veteran oil minister Ali al-Naimi,
It is scary facts time. The German 30-year bond has returned 43 per cent in the past year, with the yield dropping below 1James Mackintosh
“Rather than buy a yacht,” says Will Hobhouse, a veteran businessman and investor, “it might be more fun to see if you canConor Sullivan
Bankers and technology executives are gearing up for deals in the payments industry as Apple, Google, Amazon and traditionalSarah Mishkin in San Francisco and James Fontanella-Khan in New York
Russia’s ambassador to the UK was summoned to the Foreign Office on Thursday after two Russian bombers disrupted civilianSam Jones, Mark Odell and Elizabeth Rigby in London
The US stock market regulator has dropped a three-year corruption investigation into an Angolan oil deal by CobaltTom Burgis in London
US wireless groups have snapped up $44.9bn of airwaves following a record-breaking auction of government-owned spectrum thatDavid Crow in New York
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Russia accounted for about one-third of central banks’ gold purchases last year as the country spent more on the metal thanBy Henry Sanderson
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