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A recovery in the PC market and solid sales of its games consoles, tablets and smartphones helped Microsoft to topRichard Waters in San Francisco
Amazon shares plunged more than 10 per cent on Thursday after the ecommerce group reported a bigger-than-expected quarterlyBarney Jopson in Washington
Spirit Pub Company has dismissed an approach from Irish drinks maker C & C Group, leaving Greene King in pole position toby Roger Blitz, Leisure Industries Correspondent
As the European Central Bank completes its assessment of the health of the eurozone banking sector, is its president, MarioChristopher Thompson
UK spy agencies collect international private social media messages and emails without ministerial sign-off, the foreignKiran Stacey, Political Correspondent
WH Auden’s lament works as well for Tesco’s shareholders as its customers: Tesco was my North, my South, my East and West,By Kate Burgess
David Cameron arrived in Brussels on Thursday in abrasive mood, saying before an EU summit that he wanted fellow leaders toGeorge Parker, Political Editor
Global panic sparked by the collapse of Lehman Brothers showed regulators that they needed co-ordinated, cross-border plansGina Chon in Washington
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