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French prime minister Manuel Valls has demanded an end to a damaging pilots’ strike that has crippled national carrier Air By Hugh Carnegy in Paris
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Eurozone interest rates turned negative in June, but fears markets would seize up have been confounded. JPMorgan strategist 4m 54secs
At the middle of the global session on Tuesday, the mood was looking a bit grim again. Stocks were down, with the S&P 500 on By Jamie Chisholm
As beyondbrics noted early this month, the recent “dollar surge” and rising US interest rates are already having an impact Jonathan Wheatley
Ray Ozzie, the man who once filled Bill Gates’ very big shoes as chief software architect at Microsoft, is back. His latest Richard Waters
Success in business is seldom a case of being first to market with an idea. It is more often a matter of execution; By Jonathan Moules
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UK merchant bank Close Brothers reported on Tuesday that its full-year profit climbed by almost a quarter to £149.8m as the By Harriet Agnew, City Correspondent
Shares in drugmakers AstraZeneca and Shire both fell more than 5 per cent on Tuesday after the US Treasury announced By Andrew Ward in London and Arash Massoudi in Frankfurt
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