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    Letter to new chairman from a non-executive director

    Dear Alex, I have never chaired a board myself, but over the years I have worked with many different chairs and seen a broad By Tomorrow’s Company

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    Ukraine says it captured Russian armoured vehicles

    Ukraine claimed to have captured two armoured vehicles belonging to an elite Russian paratrooper unit near Lugansk as its By Roman Olearchyk in Kiev

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    ‘Fear gauge’ loses its punching power

    Wall Street’s so-called ‘fear gauge’ has become a rewarding contrarian indicator for equity investors. The CBOE’s Vix, an By Michael Mackenzie

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    Indonesian election result challenge dismissed

    Indonesia’s constitutional court has dismissed a challenge to the presidential election result, paving the way for Jakarta By Ben Bland in Jakarta

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    US bank regulators in the spotlight

    Standard Chartered is in hot water for failing to properly police transactions. Martin Arnold, banking editor, and Jonathan 4m 56secs

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    Not chasing ambulances

    A serious head injury can transform your personality, Jenny Kennedy explains. She remembers a London financial services By Emma Jacobs

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    The Police Officer’s Wife – film review

    Germany’s Philip Gröning made the majestic monastery movie Into Great Silence, all about souls wrestling with life and By Nigel Andrews

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    Quindell, promises and a cash flow conundrum

    The cash situation at Quindell is important, hard to follow and weird all at the same time. The revenues that the group Dan McCrum

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    A laptop choice for every price range

    Despite the popularity of smartphones and tablets, ultra-thin laptops are still the everyday workhorses of mobile computing. By Paul Taylor

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    A river runs through it: Iran's water shortage

    The FT's Tehran correspondent Najmeh Bozorgmehr reports from the Zayandeh Roud, an ancient river in Iran that has dried up 12m 56secs

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