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    Colombia’s Santos calls for peace talks to accelerate

    Juan Manuel Santos, Colombia’s ­president, has called for the speeding-up ­of negotiations with Marxist rebels aimed atAndres Schipani in Bogotá

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    Cameron points migrant talent towards the exit

    Seen from a certain angle, David Cameron’s record on immigration is a good one. The UK public has longed for a prime

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    Would you want your boss to know how well you slept last night?

    Some experts think wearable technology – from sleep monitors to fitness bands – could be the next frontier in how companiesRobin Kwong

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    Suntory to buy Japan Tobacco’s vending machine business for Y150bn

    Suntory Beverage & Food, best known outside Japan for its Orangina Schweppes business, said on Monday it will spend aboutKana Inagaki in Tokyo

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    The US can talk to Vladimir Putin and stay firm on Ukraine

    John Kerry, US secretary of state, has long enjoyed a reputation for being an indefatigable diplomat, engaging in shuttle

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    Yoko Ono: One Woman Show 1960-1971, MoMA, New York — review

    The Museum of Modern Art’s new Yoko Ono shows opens in 1960, the year of the Beatles’ birth, and ends in 1971, the year thatAriella Budick

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    Improve job satisfaction and abolish meetings

    Like fashionable facial hair for men, my professional ambitions have evolved in perplexing ways. In my twenties I aspired toLisa Pollack

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    Europe steps up fight over cheap steel imports

    Steelmakers in Europe are counting on stronger protective measures in the fight against cheap imports of steel, especiallyBy Henry Sanderson

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    Fiat chief’s call for consolidation sparks deal talk

    It was called “Confessions of a Capital Junkie”. But one industry insider said it was more like “Car Industry 101”. SergioAndy Sharman, Motor Industry Correspondent

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    Frugal US consumers hit Panama Canal trade

    The volume of shipping containers transiting the Panama Canal is unlikely to return to 2007 pre-crisis boom levels, thanksShawn Donnan

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