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John Malone, the US cable tycoon, is locked in a $48bn battle for control of Time Warner Cable, the second-largest US cableBy Arash Massoudi in London, James Fontanella-Khan in New York and Adam Thomson in Paris
The owner of Costcutter, Britain’s second-largest chain of corner shops, has called for further mergers in the face ofBy Andrew Bounds
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The Conservative party has decided against reviving plans to allow businesses to sack employees at will, as it embarks on aHelen Warrell, Public Policy Correspondent
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The EU will share out up to 40,000 asylum seekers as part of plans to reform the system of handling them, in the face ofDuncan Robinson in Brussels and Henry Foy in Warsaw
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