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Malcolm Gladwell is very patient but he would like me to run more efficiently. “I think I should teach you to run on your By Stephen Foley
There was one professional constituency that was always going to do well whatever the outcome of the vote : lawyers. While a By Caroline Binham, Legal Correspondent
Labour leader Ed Miliband is caught in an awkward dilemma after the Scottish vote – under pressure from his Scottish MPs to By Kiran Stacey in Edinburgh and Jim Pickard in London
Alibaba, the Chinese ecommerce juggernaut, priced its initial public offering at $68, the top of a range that it had already By Nicole Bullock, Sarah Mishkin and Sujeet Indap
Scotland has elected to preserve the United Kingdom after more than three centuries of union, but the impact of the By Emma Dunkley and James Pickford
British industry saluted Scotland’s decision , with the vote allaying fears over the future of the country’s aerospace and By Peggy Hollinger, Industry Editor
African Minerals is to try to raise prices for its iron ore as the west African miner battles cash flow problems amid a By James Wilson, Mining Correspondent
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