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US wireless groups have snapped up $44.5bn of airwaves following a record-breaking auction of government-owned spectrum thatDavid Crow in New York
Royal Dutch Shell has bowed to shareholder pressure to be more open about how it is tackling climate change — on the samePilita Clark, Environment Correspondent
Russia accounted for about one-third of central banks’ gold purchases last year as the country spent more on the metal thanBy Henry Sanderson
Greece’s new anti-austerity government will have its first face-to-face encounter with the eurozone on Friday as concernsKerin Hope in Athens, Peter Spiegel in Brussels and Tobias Buck in Madrid
Thai tuna tycoon Dejphon Chansiri is the latest overseas magnate to add an English football club to his holdings with theAndrew Bounds
A mannequin is pictured at a damaged building in the northern Syrian town of Kobani. Sheets meant to shield residents fromAnnabel Cook
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