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    Harrods’ owners rake in £150m dividend

    Harrods’ Qatari owners are fast recouping the £1.5bn they spent acquiring the store from Mohamed Fayed, paying themselves aKadhim Shubber

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    NY Times falls into the red on job cuts and digital investment costs

    The New York Times reported a loss in the third quarter, as costs connected with redundancies and investment in digitalShannon Bond in New York

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    Cargill moves into metals trading

    Cargill, one of the largest private suppliers of food and grains across the world, is moving into metals. The company hasHenry Sanderson

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    Putin tries to extend soft power to UK

    Vladimir Putin’s faltering efforts to extend Russian soft power abroad will hit UK televisions on Thursday evening, asHenry Mance

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    BBVA looks to US's midwest for banking innovation

    Spanish bank BBVA has struck up a partnership with payments start-up Dwolla as the Spanish group continues trying to figureSarah Mishkin

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    Iraqi Kurd peshmerga fighters enter Kobani

    The first Kurdish peshmerga support units from Iraq have crossed into the Syrian border city of Kobani, the first timeErika Solomon in Beirut and Daniel Dombey in Istanbul

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    Telecoms groups hope for shift in EU regulation

    A lost decade for Europe’s biggest telecoms companies could finally be coming to an end. The arrival of a new EuropeanDaniel Thomas and Duncan Robinson

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    San Francisco celebrates

    Robert Galbraith/Reuters A man jumps through a fire along a street in the Mission District during a celebration after theChris Batson

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    Money, and a new fridge, can buy happiness - survey

    People in emerging markets are a lot more satisfied than they were in 2007, according to a survey by Pew Research, withMian Ridge

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    US billionaires uncommonly good at beating campaign money rules

    Double-speak is usually associated with totalitarian states, but few countries could match the suppleness of languageRichard McGregor in Washington

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