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    Regulator moves to tighten pension transfer rules

    Protections are to be stepped up for savers planning to cash in valuable pension benefits to make the most of new retirementJosephine Cumbo, Pensions Correspondent

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    Blame feeble productivity growth for stagnant living standards

    In the financial year that ends on April 5, real household median incomes in the UK will at last regain the levels ofMartin Wolf

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    AbbVie wins three-way fight over Pharmacyclics

    A late-night bidding war for a Californian biotech company has taken the value of healthcare deals in the past 15 months toDavid Crow in Barcelona, James Fontanella-Khan in New York and Arash Massoudi in London

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    Admiral cuts dividend for first time since float

    Admiral’s annual profits have fallen for the first time since the UK-focused motor insurer launched on the stock exchange aAlistair Gray

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    SFO narrows focus of Bank of England money-market probe

    The Serious Fraud Office’s unprecedented investigation into whether the Bank of England’s interventions in the money marketCaroline Binham, Financial Regulation Correspondent

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    AbbVie victory adds to pharma M&A frenzy

    As executives from Johnson & Johnson huddled with their advisers, including Goldman Sachs, late on Wednesday, there wasAndrew Ward, Pharmaceuticals Correspondent

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    PM ‘cowering behind sofa’ over TV debates

    Labour claimed on Thursday that David Cameron had made a “self-immolating” strategic mistake by refusing to take part in aElizabeth Rigby, Deputy Political Editor

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    Etsy takes indie brand corporate with IPO plans

    Ever wanted a Bill Murray dotted T-shirt or a vintage, crochet pillow? Then Etsy is for you. The Brooklyn-based onlineAimee Keane

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    Douglas Alexander in the words of his colleagues

    He is one of the most powerful people in Westminster: shadow foreign secretary and chair of Labour’s entire electionJim Pickard

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    Wittgenstein, #TheDress and Google’s search for a bigger truth

    As the world burnt with a BuzzFeed-prompted debate over whether a dress was black and blue or white and gold, the BBCRobert Shrimsley

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