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    US spectrum auction: cash, or carry on

    When it has something very pricey to sell, even the government hires a banker. The Federal Communication Commission, the US

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    Hong Kong talks deadlocked

    Talks between the Hong Kong government and student leaders aimed at ending weeks of street protests produced little sign ofJosh Noble and Julie Zhu in Hong Kong

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    BAE Systems makes cyber security push with SilverSky purchase

    BAE Systems is accelerating its push into the fast-growing cyber security market, with the $232.5m purchase of a US-basedTanya Powley, Manufacturing Correspondent

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    Brussels fines global banks €94m for their part in two cartels

    The European Commission has handed out another round of multimillion euro fines on several global banks, which agreed to payDaniel Schäfer in London and Alex Barker in Brussels

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    What's wrong in Algiers?

    Even inside the labyrinthine central circle of Algeria’s governing regime, the magnitude of last month’s failure to auctionTom Stevenson

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    Gaza art a reminder of Israel-Hamas conflict

    Mohammed Salem/Reuters A Palestinian boy looks at statues made of fibreglass and covered with clay in the east of Gaza CityJamie Han

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    Hedge funds climb market wall of worry

    Bull markets, as the saying goes, must always drag themselves up a wall of worry. For hedge funds, many of which have beenMiles Johnson

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    Bertelsmann purchase boosts education arm

    Bertelsmann, the German media group, is bulking up its education business with the purchase of Relias Learning, a USShannon Bond in New York

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    Arm Holdings offers rosy outlook in shift to internet of things

    Royalties at Arm Holdings have regained momentum with the UK chip designer providing an optimistic outlook for futureMurad Ahmed, European Technology Correspondent

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    Christophe de Margerie, Total chief executive, 1951-2014

    With the death of Christophe de Margerie, the energy industry has lost one of its most influential and colourfulGuy Chazan and Peggy Hollinger

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