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    Euro vulnerable if Draghi stays QE course

    The European Central Bank is set to deliver its latest monetary policy decision on Wednesday. The last time its president,Jamie Chisholm

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    Ireland’s richest man battles the country’s biggest broadcaster

    Ireland’s richest man owns so many media outlets that it must be difficult to keep track of them all. But for Denis O’Brien,Vincent Boland in Dublin

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    State celebrations

    Indian performers dance during the state’s formation day celebrations, marking one year since the formation of the new stateAnnabel Cook

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    The misplaced hero worship of start-up founders

    President George W Bush was once believed to have said that the French lack a word for “entrepreneur”. What a pity this is aGiles Wilkes

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    Fifa denies secretary-general Valcke authorised $10m payment

    Fifa has denied that its secretary-general, Jérôme Valcke, authorised a $10m payment at the heart of a US corruptionMalcolm Moore in London and Kara Scannell in New York

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    Eurozone deflation threat recedes

    The threat of a damaging bout of deflation in the eurozone receded in May, with price pressures rising at a higher thanClaire Jones, Frankfurt

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    Calling out white males, aged 45-54, working in the Washington DC area...

    The naive/conceited Sand Hill Exchange, which promised to offer speculation on the value of private web 3.0 companies, wasPaul Murphy

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    Argentine bond rally anticipates Cristina’s departure

    The country has defaulted on its bonds, the economy is in a mess, inflation is rampant, the peso keeps depreciating…and yet.Dan Bogler

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    New party name cannot conceal rift between Sarkozy and Juppé

    The rally was meant to showcase the newfound unity of France’s main opposition party, rebranded “Les Republicains” by itsAnne-Sylvaine Chassany in Paris

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    Survey lays bare Japan-Korea antipathy

    The dire state of relations between east Asia’s two largest democracies has been laid bare by a new survey showing aRobin Harding in Tokyo and Simon Mundy in Seoul

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