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Two hundred Scottish businesspeople have written an open letter backing independence in a bid to counter a salvo from 130 of By John Aglionby
Hays, the largest UK-listed recruiter, reported a 12 per cent increase in pre-tax profit for the full year as 19 countries By Nick Wilson
Lombard Odier said that it made a net profit of SFr62.5m ($68m) in the first half of 2014, as the Swiss wealth manager By James Shotter in Zürich
Elsewhere on Thursday, - A resource curse in the Appalachians. - “Switzerland, Country of Joyce” - In which Frances Coppola David Keohane
Hong Kong anti-corruption authorities have raided the home of Jimmy Lai, the media tycoon and fierce critic of the Chinese By Demetri Sevastopulo in Hong Kong
Markets’ initial response to Mario Draghi’s Jackson Hole speech has been to inch up the probability that the European By Laurence Mutkin
Malaysia has approved the most radical restructuring of Malaysia Airlines since the national carrier was established in the By Jeremy Grant in Singapore
CSR, the UK chipmaker, is exploring a possible sale after receiving takeover offers from various rival semiconductor By Ed Hammond in New York
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Thursday 04:25 BST. Asian equities drifted lower in light trading a day ahead of market-sensitive GDP figures for the US and By Patrick McGee in Hong Kong
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Narendra Modi on Thursday kick-starts a drive to open bank accounts for 75m poor Indian households, part of a campaign to By Amy Kazmin in New Delhi
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