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    Missing: one Blackberry. Please return to TPG

    You’ve read about TPG, the $65bn buyout firm, suing its former spokesman to get back his company Blackberry after heJoseph Cotterill

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    Miliband promises ‘home rule’ bill for Scotland

    Ed Miliband has urged voters to reject the Scottish National party in May, admitting that the results from Scottish seatsKiran Stacey, Political Correspondent

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    Total becomes first major to secure stake in UAE oilfields

    Total has won a contract to develop the largest onshore oil deposit in the United Arab Emirates, the first internationalMichael Stothard in Paris and Anjli Raval in London

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    Band on the run

    The Danish central bank cut rates on January 19. Also on January 22. And again, today, January 29. Here’s a quick reactionDan McCrum

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    Flybe yet to hit a purple patch

    Motivating employees with a ceremony involving beads and candles, all of them purple, may not sound like much of a strategy,Jane Wild

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    Mobile group Bharti Airtel to apply for limited banking license

    Bharti Airtel, India’s leading telecoms operator by revenue, has announced plans to apply for a limited banking license, inBy Avantika Chilkoti

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    Falling oil prices prompt central bankers to reconsider

    Only a few months ago, the 2015 outlook for monetary policy could be summarised in two words: “great divergence”. This wasFerdinando Giugliano, Economics Correspondent

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    Democratising finance: Net groups disrupt China’s financial landscape

    The past year has brought significant disruption to China’s financial landscape, with internet heavyweights Alibaba andGabriel Wildau

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    Democratising finance: mobile phones revolutionise access

    Democratising finance: Mobile moneyThe simple technology behind mobile payments is revolutionising access to finance forKatrina Manson in Nairobi and Jude Webber in Mexico City

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    Business faces up to ‘surreal’ mix of UK coalition risks

    Business groups are scouring the manifestos of Britain’s smallest political parties for clues about how the politicalJim Pickard and Elizabeth Rigby

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