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Rite Aid, the third-largest US drugstore chain, cut its full-year profit forecast, saying its margins would be squeezed as a By Elizabeth Paton and Eric Platt in New York
China’s ambassador to Iceland is missing and has been arrested over allegations he is a Japanese spy, according to media By Charles Clover
Shares in mobile payments company Monitise slumped by more than 30 per cent on Thursday when Visa Inc, the UK group’s By Sally Davies and Andy Sharman
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Albania’s parliament has voted to dismiss the country’s central bank governor for alleged abuse of office, the first By Kerin Hope in Athens
Russia’s business community and economic officials are in shock over the arrest of Vladimir Yevtushenkov, one of the By Kathrin Hille in Moscow
The ivy-clad buildings of Cheltenham Ladies College might seem like the last place a cool, urban fashion group would choose By Alison Smith and Andrea Felsted
Palestinian business leaders are turning their back on their Israeli counterparts as relations between the two sides worsen By John Reed in Ramallah
Even before he took office, Barack Obama was worrying about the isolation that awaited him in the White House. “There’s a By Geoff Dyer in Washington
British publishers have called for a competition inquiry into Amazon’s dominance, saying that the UK’s retail book market By Henry Mance
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