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Apple is expected to say this week that it has sold more iPhones in China than on its home turf in the US for the first timeTim Bradshaw in San Francisco
British consumers might be forgiven for wondering what problem the proposed £10bn merger of the mobile providers O2 andJonathan Ford
Bill Ackman, the US activist investor, has moved into the ranks of the top 20 most successful hedge fund managers of allMiles Johnson, Hedge Fund Correspondent
It looks as though Klaus Schwab can rest easy. The world’s biggest companies may grumble about a coming increase in the feesAndrew Hill in Davos
Sir Philip Green has put his struggling BHS department store chain up for sale. The retail entrepreneur said he had receivedAndrea Felsted Senior Retail Correspondent
The Irish government will give serious consideration this week to the takeover of Aer Lingus if, as expected, a €1.3bn offerVincent Boland in Dublin
The US is pushing to maintain a military campaign in Yemen against al-Qaeda militants despite the political chaos that hasGeoff Dyer in Washington
One in four of the large listed UK companies that warned about profits last year cited exchange rates as a reason for worseAlison Smith, Chief Corporate Correspondent
Einar Parker hardly had a lot of spare hours: his full-time job at a car seat factory in Staffordshire involved working day
Britain’s economy has lost the ability to improve output from existing labour and assets such as machinery and premisesFerdinando Giugliano, Economics Correspondent
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