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Output per worker grew last year at its slowest rate since the millennium, with a slowdown evident in almost all regions,Chris Giles in London and Sam Fleming in Washington
Do you want to be more productive at work? Make sure you sleep at least seven hours a night — but smoke and drink as much asSarah O’Connor, Employment Correspondent
What can you learn about the Greek debt crisis from the country’s debt markets? Surprisingly little. Athens is fast runningElaine Moore
After seven years of frenetic rulemaking in the wake of the global financial crisis the Basel Committee on BankingLaura Noonan in Basel, Caroline Binham in London and Barney Jopson in Washington
David Cameron is being urged by his new Europe adviser not to rush the UK’s referendum on EU membership, amid fears an earlyGeorge Parker and Jim Pickard
The battle over Time Warner Cable, the second-largest US cable television operator, reflects the profound change sweepingShannon Bond in San Francisco, Matthew Garrahan in New York, Arash Massoudi in London
In the past few years, retail investors have turned to peer-to-peer lending as a way to earn better interest rates thanEmma Dunkley and Judith Evans
A four-year attempt to build one of Britain’s largest ever mining projects will reach a decisive point next month when aJames Wilson, Mining Correspondent
Alexis Tsipras, the Greek prime minister, won backing from his radical Syriza party to conclude a bailout deal in the faceBy Kerin Hope in Athens
Three is a pattern. First, there was the derisive media coverage of the campaign against Scottish independence last year.Janan Ganesh
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