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    The riches and perils of the fossil-fuel age

    Our ancestors lived in eras we call the Stone Age, the Bronze Age and the Iron Age. Ours is the “fossil-fuel age”. TheMartin Wolf

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    India: if you can make it there . . .

    Yogesh Mahansaria, chief executive of Mumbai-headquartered Alliance Tire, would make a good frontman for Prime MinisterHenny Sender

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    Hikma set to join pharma blue-chips in UK market

    When Hikma Pharmaceuticals floated on the London Stock Exchange in 2005, Said Darwazah recalls asking a City dignitary:Andrew Ward, Pharmaceuticals Correspondent

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    London financial sector’s influence weakened by banking crisis

    A ‘50s stockbroker waking from a nap of Rip Van Winkle-like length in the library of the City of London Club would notJonathan Guthrie, City Editor

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    Bankers' pay, the Lloyds dividend and US stress tests

    Patrick Jenkins is joined by Martin Arnold, Emma Dunkley, Laura Noonan and Tom Gosling of PwC to talk about what the14m 49secs

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    Former IMI chief to take on rival Rotork’s chairman role

    Martin Lamb is set to take over as chairman of British engineering group Rotork, as the group warned that the oil and gasTanya Powley, Manufacturing Correspondent

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    Bentley and Aston Martin shift gears at Geneva Motor Show

    Two of Britain’s best-known luxury brands have traded blows at the Geneva motor show, with Bentley launching an Aston MartinAndy Sharman in Geneva

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    The next problem: should I employ older workers to prolong careers?

    I work at a regional bank in the US where many older colleagues spend much time discussing pension plans and “treading

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    Citi to sell OneMain to Springleaf

    Citigroup has taken a big step in ridding itself of “bad bank” assets by selling OneMain Financial, its consumer financeBen McLannahan in New York

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    The wake of Nemtsov

    Relatives and friends pay respects as they stand close to the coffin of Boris Nemtsov in Moscow on Tuesday. Russia vowed toJamie Han

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