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    World’s most advanced hacking spyware let loose

    A cyber snooping operation reminiscent of the Stuxnet worm and billed as the world’s most sophisticated computer malware isSam Jones in Vienna and Hannah Kuchler in San Francisco

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    Graphene investors take a bite at the market

    Graphene, the wonder material discovered a decade ago, could soon be used in false teeth as it emerges out of the lab andAndrew Bounds, North of England correspondent

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    US oil imports from Opec at 30-year low

    US imports of crude oil from Opec nations is at its lowest level in almost 30 years, underlining the impact of the shaleAnjli Raval, Oil and Gas Correspondent

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    Immigration reforms fail to satisfy Silicon Valley

    The White House is projecting that most of the economic benefits from its immigration reform will come from highly-skilledBarney Jopson and Robin Harding in Washington

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    Appeals at UK tax court leap by a third

    The number of appeals joining the queue to be heard by the upper tax tribunal jumped by nearly a third last year, in whatVanessa Houlder

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    Scottish first minister’s gig is a triumphal celebration of nationalists’ revival

    With rock ’n’ roll bagpipers and hip hop artists among her support acts and a crowd welcome worthy of a pop diva, Scotland’s new first minister’s gig...Mure Dickie in Glasgow

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    Brazilian police probe British property developer EcoHouse

    A British property developer that raised money from international investors to participate in a landmark BrazilianJoe Leahy and Thalita Carrico in São Paulo

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    Aviva poised to make new Friends

    When Mark Wilson was hired to run Aviva after a shareholder revolt over executive pay and poor performance forced out hisAlistair Gray, Insurance Correspondent

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    Washington’s two foreign policies

    By tradition Capitol Hill often plays bad cop to the White House’s good cop on the world stage. Congress threatens somethingEdward Luce

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    Dallas Fed chief’s inflation concerns ease

    One of the US Federal Reserve’s longest-serving and most prominent hawks on monetary policy is sounding less hawkish as heRobin Harding in Dallas

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