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    UK universities under increasing threat from Asian institutions

    The most eminent UK universities have maintained their places at the top of the international league table, but many others By Helen Warrell, Public Policy Correspondent

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    Daniel Stewart shares suspended on failure to file accounts

    Daniel Stewart Securities, the London Stock Exchange’s nominated adviser to 27 companies on the Alternative Investment By Kate Burgess and Harriet Agnew

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    Succession plans earn a role at the top

    The best and the worst of UK plc succession planning have been on display in recent days. On the positive side, Alison Smith and Kate Burgess

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    Paris Fashion Week: Day 8

    In a purpose-built black box within the sail-like swells of Frank Gehry’s new Fondation Louis Vuitton, we awaited Nicolas By Jo Ellison

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    The rise of Miroslava Duma

    Be it in New York or London, Milan or Paris, a permanent fixture on the front row of every A-List show this season has been By Elizabeth Paton

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    Telecom Italia: calling out

    The principal-agent dilemma: who runs the show, company owners or management? Activists, such as Marco Fossati of the Findim

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    High hopes for Rocket as IPO countdown ends

    Investors are expected to make Rocket Internet’s initial public offering on Thursday the biggest technology listing in By Jeevan Vasagar in Berlin and Sally Davies in London

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    Sierra Oil to invest in Mexico energy block

    There’s a new kid on the block as Mexico’s energy reform gets rolling. Backed by Mexican pension funds and private equity Jude Webber

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    Chinese ambassador to Britain fails to take up Clegg’s invitation

    The Chinese ambassador to Britain has not yet agreed to meet the deputy prime minister, despite having been summoned to By Kiran Stacey in London and Demetri Sevastopulo in Hong Kong

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    Google to stop publishing extracts from Axel Springer

    A clash between Google and European media groups stepped up a gear on Wednesday after the US tech company announced that it By Jeevan Vasagar in Berlin and Murad Ahmed in London

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