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    Intel in talks to acquire Altera for more than $10bn

    Intel is in talks to acquire Altera, a maker of “programmable” processors, in a deal likely to exceed $10bn, according toTim Bradshaw in San Francisco and James Fontanella-Khan in New York

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    Italy’s highest court clears Amanda Knox of Meredith Kercher murder

    Italy’s highest appeals court on Friday overturned the convictions of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito for the 2007 murderGiulia Segreti in Rome

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    Ellen Pao loses most claims in Kleiner Perkins gender bias case

    Ellen Pao was not pushed out from her job as a junior venture capitalist at firm Kleiner Perkins because of genderSarah Mishkin in San Francisco

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    Rugby union finale kicked boredom into touch

    Sir, Harry Eyres (“Inspiration is losing out to perspiration”, Life & Arts, March 21) reckons that modern Six Nations rugby

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    Further evidence at Twickenham to support Osborne’s claims

    Sir, At Twickenham last Saturday evening following the spectacular clash between England and France, George Osborne would

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    Cynical election tactics allowed world to see real Netanyahu

    Sir, Simon Schama’s, I assume, rhetorical question as to the “real” Benjamin Netanyahu answers itself (“Will the real

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    Starbucks risks stirring up a dangerous brew

    Sir, I like the headline to Gary Silverman’s Comment (“Big businesses aim to brew the right thing” — March 21), only I am

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    Callaghan had union input to consider in poll delay

    Sir, One thing that John Boothman’s letter (March 21) has in common with the piece by Bernard Donoughue the previous

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    Blake’s betrayal damaged or destroyed lives

    Sir, Simon Kuper, in “A very cosmopolitan spy” (March 21/22) argues that “treachery . . . doesn’t quite apply” to George

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    ‘Peak beard’ will not trim the profits of razormakers

    Sir, Alas, Graham Speirs (Letters, March 21) has fallen into the classic trap of observing a phenomenon, but misinterpreting

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