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The football World Cup revitalised Ladbrokes, helping the UK bookmaker deliver a near doubling in third-quarter operatingRoger Blitz, Leisure Industries Correspondent
More than half the countries around the world that pledged to clamp down on bribery are doing nothing about it because bigCaroline Binham in London
Canada’s prime minister, Stephen Harper, vowed to “redouble” the country’s fight against terrorist organisations abroadRobert Wright in Ottawa and Reuters
While Wall Street watched with trepidation as markets whipsawed violently last week, 800 miles away the mood at the ChicagoMichael Mackenzie, Gregory Meyer and Tracy Alloway
Borrowers and savers can expect interest rates to remain low for a prolonged period because the official rates set by theChris Giles
UK retailers crowded at the bottom of the FTSE 100 on Thursday after fresh insight into the problems faced by TescoMichael Hunter
Is a second eurozone crisis looming? Or are we merely seeing the aftershocks of the last one? Premonitions of problemsRalph Atkins in London
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
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