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Raiffeisen Bank International is to slash its assets by 20 per cent, as Austria’s third-biggest lender struggles with theJames Shotter in Frankfurt and Martin Arnold in London
Facebook beat expectations in its fourth quarter, as its total userbase overtook the population of China and advertisersHannah Kuchler in San Francisco
A grave digger works in the U.S.-built Ebola cemetery for “safe burials” in Disco Hill, Liberia. Marcus Cotton
The BBC World Service is at risk of “decline” because it is unable to compete with the finances of state-backed broadcastersHenry Mance
Apple just reported the biggest quarter of net income earned by any public company ever, at least in nominal terms. ItMatthew C Klein
Sony has beaten a retreat in music streaming, closing its Music Unlimited service in favour of a distribution deal withMatthew Garrahan in New York
Bahraini protesters wearing gas masks, look on during clashes with police after a demonstration against the arrest of SheikhMarcus Cotton
Congestion at ports on the US west coast will linger even after a simmering industrial dispute is resolved because of theirRobert Wright in New York
Virgin Media has appealed to Ofcom to halt the Premier League’s auction of its UK broadcast rights to allow the regulator toRoger Blitz and Daniel Thomas
The UK’s parliamentary watchdog has abandoned plans to scrutinise the Hinkley Point C nuclear project after predicting thatJim Pickard, Chief Political Correspondent
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