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    Drax appoints Phil Cox as new chairman

    Drax Group, the electricity generator, has appointed Phil Cox, former head of International Power, to replace Charles BerryMichael Kavanagh

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    The most popular stories of 2014

    These were the most popular stories on FT.com this year. Russia, China, Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, the Scottish

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    Two-year limit set on UK worker claims for backdated holiday pay

    Employers’ groups have welcomed the government’s move to put a two-year time limit on claims for backdated holiday pay. LastEmily Cadman

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    Icelandic bank pays back further £1.36bn

    The UK government has recovered a further £1.36bn of taxpayers’ money, six years after bailing out thousands of BritishEmma Dunkley

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    Russia sounds a warning on the frailties of global debt

    A couple of weeks ago, Claudio Borio told investors to wake up to the threat posed by currency mismatches. In the past fewGillian Tett

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    7:21PM

    Oracle on fire after success in the cloud

    Oracle shares soared to their highest level since 2000 — the year the dotcom bubble burst — after the Silicon Valley companyRichard Blackden and Pan Yuk in New York

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    InterContinental higher on urge to merge

    A retread of sector consolidation theories helped put InterContinental Hotels on the London market leaderboard on Thursday.Bryce Elder

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    London and Oxbridge top the UK’s business school research list

    The business schools at the universities of Cambridge and Oxford, along with three top London institutions, are the five bigDella Bradshaw

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    Goldman elevates Murdoch banker to key job

    Goldman Sachs appointed John Waldron as co-head of investment banking on Thursday, promoting the relatively young adviser toTom Braithwaite and Ed Hammond in New York

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    European judgment opens way for stem-cell patents

    Europe’s top court has cleared the way for companies to widen their intellectual property claims on stem-cell research afterAndrew Ward in London

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