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    Sky: content, for now

    Sky, the television company, has come back to earth. For years it broadcast over a satellite infrastructure that it

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    Boris enjoys an ice cream in Ramsgate

    Boris Johnson campaigns in Ramsgate, in the Thanet South constituency, on behalf of Conservative candidate, Craig McKinlay   Annabel Cook

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    California faces ‘almonds v people’ dilemma

    California needs to reconsider whether it is the best place for almonds to be grown in the face of the state’s water crisis,Emiko Terazono

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    Harley-Davidson brakes on lower shipment forecasts

    Harley-Davidson shares were the biggest decliners on the S&P 500, after the company lowered its 2015 motorcycle shipmentMamta Badkar in New York

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    Senate compromise clears path for Lynch

    The US Senate is set to move forward with its stalled vote on Loretta Lynch, Barack Obama’s nominee for attorney-general,Gina Chon in Washington

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    Lose your fear of ridicule and think more like a designer

    When I was young, my parents would take me to my little sister’s swim meets at a neighbourhood pool in Atlanta, Georgia.Joe Gebbia

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    Iran charges Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian with spying

    The Iranian authorities have charged Jason Rezaian, the Washington Post’s correspondent in Tehran, with espionage forNajmeh Bozorgmehr in Tehran

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    X2’s Mick Davis on his $6bn venture

    Neil Hume talks to Mick Davis of X2 Resources about his $6bn mining venture.6m 48secs

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    Robust Credit Suisse results leave Thiam with bigger challenge

    Tidjane Thiam’s task in restructuring Credit Suisse — already billed as one of the toughest in global finance — just becameLaura Noonan

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    Deluge of mortgage assets brings opportunities for buyers

    The UK is facing a deluge of mortgage assets as companies look to sell off loan books in improved market conditions, butEmma Dunkley

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