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    Google looks to enhancements instead of big new vision

    Google came up short on big new visions on Thursday as its annual developer conference, which serves as its main technologyBy Richard Waters and Tim Bradshaw in San Francisco

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    The Wild West of Wearables

    Even if employees are happy with their bosses’ using wearables to track their days – and possibly nights – they risk seeingHannah Kuchler

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    Fifa corruption scandal threatens to entangle Nike

    The growing scandal over corruption at Fifa threatens to entangle Nike, the US sportswear company that is a sponsor of theBy Joe Leahy in São Paulo and Mark Odell in London

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    Biotech group Cellectis in takeover talks with Pfizer

    Cellectis, the French biotech company, is in talks about its potential sale with Pfizer of the US considered to be among theBryce Elder, Arash Massoudi and Andrew Ward in London and David Crow in Chicago

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    Bank middle management is regulatory ‘blind spot’, says Wheatley

    Thousands of middle managers at UK banks fall into a regulatory “blind spot” that threatens to hinder cultural reform, theEmma Dunkley

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    Risky life of Mexican poppy farmers

    The FT’s Mexico correspondent Jude Webber meets farmers in the mountains of Guerrero and hears why some are still farming3m 12secs

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    Nigerian Adesina wins race to run African Development Bank

    Nigeria’s long quest to take charge of the African Development bank was finally rewarded on Thursday when Akinwumi Adesina,By William Wallis and Maggie Fick in London

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    The battle of Brazil’s budget is far from won

    It has been a big week in the battle of Brazil’s budget. Three strategically important cost-cutting measures were approvedJonathan Wheatley

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    France’s Ségolène Royal lambasts slow pace of climate talks

    Ségolène Royal, France’s environment minister, has criticised the sluggish pace of UN climate negotiations, saying they arePilita Clark in London

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    LNG trade prepares to come out of oil’s shadow

    When the first US export shipment of liquefied natural gas leaves the US Gulf Coast later this year, gas trading will fulfilDavid Sheppard and Anjli Raval

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