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    You can sign up to receive the email here. Carl Icahn can’t stop buying into Apple. The activist investor described Apple asAmie Tsang

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    The Scottish National Party and the Joe Biden test

    Okay, the US vice-president hasn’t directly commented on the Scottish National party. But in any analysis of public policyJohn McDermott

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    Gunmen attack Mohammed art show in Texas

    DALLAS — Two gunmen opened fire on Sunday at an art exhibition in Texas featuring caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed and

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    China data downward revision weighs on Asia bourses

    Monday 03.50 BST. A weaker than expected revision of activity in China’s manufacturing sector has weighed on markets acrossPeter Wells in Hong Kong

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    Unilever chief on long-termism and sustainability

    John Authers talks to Paul Polman, CEO of Unilever, about the advantages of giving long-term earnings guidance over6m 0secs

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    Reform is the only answer to India’s growth-inflation problem

    By Shumita Sharma Deveshwar, Trusted Sources A stark dichotomy has emerged between Indian economic data and the reality onGuest writer

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    Gentrification in London exposes lenders to risky mortgages

    Britain’s most overextended property owners are increasingly found in newly gentrified areas of Greater London that haveEmily Cadman and Caroline Binham

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    PwC scraps A-level requirement for graduate scheme applicants

    Professional services company PwC has scrapped its requirement for all applicants to achieve top A-level marks, in a boostEmily Cadman

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    The EU gas market is not the US gas market

    Sir, Pierre Noel (“Brussels blames Gazprom for its own failings”, April 30) fails to recognise that the EU is not the US. It

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    Cameron and co are unable to admit that they are wrong about austerity

    Sir, Having just read your editorial “The compelling case for continuity” (May 1) in favour of the Conservatives, I find

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