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    Election war is a battle of styles as Silva forces Rousseff to transform campaign

    If Brazilian presidential candidate Marina Silva is an actress, she is a good one. In a moving speech last week in Fortaleza By Joe Leahy in São Paulo

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    Thomas Pritzker, Hyatt chairman: a billionaire with many faces

    Tom Pritzker sees himself as an entrepreneur and a good part of his $3.2bn fortune has indeed been the result of his own By Henny Sender

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    Evaluating emotional intelligence can be testing

    Last year the head of Google’s HR department – dubbed its “people operations” division – suggested that traditional By Rhymer Rigby

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    Feedback: ‘Atlas Shrugged’, the movie

    ‘Has there ever been a weirder film trilogy?’ asked Ed Crooks in his caustic review of the final part of a movie adaptation

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    Why graduate trainees are often a company’s biggest brains

    Last week I talked to a graduate who had just started working for one of the most prestigious employers in the world. How’s By Lucy Kellaway

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    Blast in central Cairo kills at least two

    A bomb exploded close to the foreign ministry in Cairo on Sunday killing at least two policemen and injuring six other By Heba Saleh and Borzou Daragahi in Cairo

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    China risks ‘balance-sheet recession’ as stimulus impact wanes

    China has launched a fresh effort to boost its flagging economy with cash injections by the central bank, but signs are By Gabriel Wildau

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    Miliband pledges to raise UK minimum wage to £8 an hour

    Business leaders criticised Ed Miliband’s pledge to lift the UK’s national minimum to £8 an hour by 2020, saying it would By Jim Pickard and Beth Rigby

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    Turkey: Business shifts west as crises rage from Syria to Iraq

    These days Turkey’s relations with the rest of the world start in places like the Oncupinar border crossing. The backdrop is By Daniel Dombey

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    Turkish businesses embrace opportunities in north Africa in spite of Libya risk

    In June, Turkish engineer Aykut Simsar was living the pleasant life of an expatriate in the Libyan city of Misurata, By Borzou Daragahi

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