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The US Federal Reserve will provide greater details about the normalisation of monetary policy well before interest rates By Michael Mackenzie in New York and Gina Chon in Washington
Lucy Nicholson/Reuters A giant inflatable rubber duck installation by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman floats through the Port Annabel Cook
The brutal murder of the American journalist James Foley on Tuesday has gruesomely raised the stakes in the international By Sam Jones in London and Erika Solomon in Sayida
Five years ago, with Goldman Sachs a whipping boy for regulators and politicians, Jim Schiro decided to join its board. From By Anna Nicolaou and Tom Braithwaite in New York
Infineon Technologies, the German chipmaker, plans to acquire International Rectifier for $3bn as it seeks to expand its US By Chris Bryant in Frankfurt
Monrovia, Aug 20 – Police in the Liberian capital Monrovia fired live rounds and tear gas on Wednesday to disperse a
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway has been fined nearly $1m by the US Department of Justice for allegedly breaching By Richard Blackden and Stephen Foley in New York
I awake in a yurt in a campsite in Montrose. Numbed by the glamour that comes with reporting on the Scottish independence By John McDermott
Mario Draghi does his redoubtable best to reassure us: the eurozone recovery, he tells us, is “on track”. Rather than face By Richard Portes
Antofagasta is to split the roles of chairman and chief executive, putting the blue-chip London-listed copper miner in line By James Wilson, Mining Correspondent
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