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Yanis Varoufakis has resigned as Greece’s finance minister in the wake of the country’s anti-austerity government’s decisive
“Hope you don’t mind if I take the controls, old chap” said Warren “Biggles” East, slipping into the pilot’s seat as theJonathan Guthrie
Politicians and commentators have spent the past few weeks focusing on the morality of Greece’s moral hazard, with a sharpJames Mackintosh
A handful of US senators last month sent a letter warning President Barack Obama that lifting America’s 40-year-old ban onGregory Meyer in New York and Anjli Raval in London
Honda’s new chief executive has steered the carmaker away from a policy of targeting aggressive volume growth in an effortKana Inagaki in Tokyo
The beginning of the political end for Yanis Varoufakis began not in Athens, or even Brussels or Berlin, but in the smallPeter Spiegel in Brussels
Monitise has issued a fresh revenue warning, its fourth since the start of last year, as the company once considered a highMurad Ahmed, European Technology Correspondent
Call it corn diplomacy. Ukraine is set to become China’s top supplier of corn in the first half of 2015 as both countriesEmiko Terazono
China’s plan to cut carbon emissions commits Beijing to a surge in construction of ecologically destructive hydropower damsLucy Hornby
Uber is poised to invest $50m to set up its largest international office in the Indian IT hub of Hyderabad, marking the mostJames Crabtree in Mumbai
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