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Greece’s government entered its final day in an EU bailout defiantly rejecting eleventh-hour pleas from its eurozonePeter Spiegel in Brussels and Kerin Hope in Athens
Companies should not offer to pay people for personal data because the rich will simply opt out, says the head of one of theHenry Mance in London
Two Samsung group companies involved in a proposed merger sought to win over doubtful investors on Tuesday, while pledgingSimon Mundy in Seoul
UK chip designer Imagination Technologies suffered widening losses as a drive to invest in developing products to tap theMurad Ahmed, European Technology Correspondent
The blockchain — the technology that underpins bitcoin — has been called “the future for financial services infrastructure”.Philip Stafford
Greece has succeeded where armies of PR people have failed — contriving, somehow, to make banks objects of genuine pity.
Japan Post has applied for approval to float on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, formally opening a process that could see Japan’sLeo Lewis in Tokyo
Plus500, the Israel based but London listed contract for difference group, has released another update about progress onDan McCrum
When Jean-Marc Anga stood before his peers last year, the head of the International Cocoa Organization had an ominousEmiko Terazono
Completing the single market, more independent scrutiny of regulation and a push for growth are the key demands for EUHarriet Agnew
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