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Premier Foods, the maker of Bisto gravy, has blamed the march of the discount supermarkets for a near-5 per cent drop inClaer Barrett
New Delhi has paved the way for private sector companies to mine coal commercially in India, as fuel shortages threaten toAvantika Chilkoti and James Crabtree in Mumbai
Rio Tinto has moved to end doubts over its leadership succession, offering Sam Walsh an open-ended contract as chiefJames Wilson
Debenhams has reported a steep decline in full-year profits, capping off a difficult year for the department store chain.Kadhim Shubber
Shares in Foxtons tumbled 17 per cent on Thursday after the London-focused estate agent warned that its 2014 earnings wouldJohn Aglionby
Unilever, the maker of Dove soap and Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, reported its weakest rate of quarterly sales growth in fiveScheherazade Daneshkhu, Consumer Industries Editor
Britain is no stranger to political storms. Ruling parties splinter and split, great leaders are ejected from office andPhilip Stephens
Nokia’s gamble on telecoms equipment following the sale of its handset division to Microsoft last year is paying off,Daniel Thomas, Telecoms Correspondent
It is time for the United States and the west to help the Syrian opposition remove Bashar al-Assad regime and save theEmile Nakleh
Oil Search has earmarked up to half its future net profits for dividend payments, as it reported recordJamie Smyth in Sydney
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