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    4:35AM

    Asian bourses buoyant after volatile week

    Monday 04:15 BST. Asian markets started the week on a buoyant note following a last-minute rally in US equities on Friday,Jennifer Thompson in Hong Kong

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    4:27AM

    Versace side steps corruption crackdown to maintain China growth

    Versace’s sales in China are still growing at a “double-digit” pace in spite of the economic slowdown and a crackdown onJennifer Hughes in Hong Kong

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    4:14AM

    IBM to pay $1.5bn to shed chip-making business

    IBM has agreed to pay $1.5bn as part of a deal to shed its loss-making chip manufacturing arm and avoid the billions ofRichard Waters in San Francisco

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    4:12AM

    Stick to tapering and rates pledge, says Boston Fed chief

    The US Federal Reserve should end its asset purchases on schedule at the end of October unless “something dramatic happens”,Robin Harding in Boston

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    3:30AM

    Platform Specialty agrees to buy Arysta LifeScience

    Platform Specialty Products, the chemical company part owned by activist investor Bill Ackman, has agreed to buy ArystaEd Hammond in New York

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    3:28AM

    Political funds scandal claims scalp of Japanese minister

    Japan’s newly appointed trade and industry minister is to step down amid a political funding scandal, in an abrupt downfallKana Inagaki in Tokyo

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    3:00AM

    Qatar eyes $15bn Greater China spending spree

    Qatar’s purchase of a stake in a Hong Kong department store chain is the beginning of a potential $15bn spending spreeJennifer Hughes in Hong Kong

  5. 2 hours ago

    Ferrovial makes A$1bn takeover bid for Australia’s Transfield

    Spanish infrastructure group Ferrovial has made a A$1bn (US$877m) takeover bid for Transfield Services, the outsourcing andJamie Smyth in Sydney

  6. 4 hours ago

    Hackers find suppliers are an easy way to target companies

    The windows may be bolted and the security gate locked, but security experts are warning that unless every other entranceHannah Kuchler

  7. 4 hours ago

    Miliband’s plan to raise minimum wage comes under fire

    Ed Miliband’s plan to raise the national minimum wage to £8 by 2020 is “not at all ambitious”, Labour’s former healthJim Pickard, Chief Political Correspondent

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