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There was some respite for the beleaguered euro this week as the brighter elements of economic data from the shared currencyMichael Hunter
As head of finance at one of the world’s most congested travel networks, Steve Allen could be expected to have a head forGill Plimmer
Argentina has capped a month to forget for HSBC by alleging the London-based bank helped more than 4,000 Argentines evadeMartin Arnold and John Paul Rathbone in London
On one level Lars Strannegård is a predictable choice for president of the Stockholm School of Economics, a role he took onDella Bradshaw
Chantal Coady, 55, founded Rococo in 1983, selling fine British-made chocolate. There are now four Rococo shops in the UK,Hester Lacey
I learnt a lot about beer when I was running a pub in Yorkshire back in the 1990s. After 12 years of doing that, I went toAnnabel Smith, as told to Kevin Beirne
Forget what you’ve read about the US midterm election. It wasn’t what people say. Understanding why not can be important toKen Fisher
Last week I wrote about the mystifying continued existence of funds that pretend to be actively run, with charges to match,Merryn Somerset Webb
Asda’s Black Friday sale in Wembley, London, was 10 months in the planning. Extra TVs, toys and tablets had been boughtKadhim Shubber, Andrea Felsted and Claer Barrett
Rachel Hope is an unlikely ecstasy user. Brought up to be fiercely suspicious of recreational drugs, she now raves about theAndrew Jack
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