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    Toyota boss appeals to mom-and-pop investors

    Akio Toyoda, president of Toyota Motor, offered a rare glimpse into his personal life as he made an emotional appeal toKana Inagaki in Tokyo

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    Ebola and oil cloud Africa growth

    Nicky Newton-King, chief executive of Johannesburg Stock Exchange, talks to FT east Africa correspondent Katrina Manson in7m 20secs

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    Companies warned to read small print as insurance revamp nears

    One of Britain’s most powerful pension trustees has said companies need to take insurance more seriously so they do notAlistair Gray, Insurance Correspondent

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    Swiss group Dufry snaps up Italian rival World Duty Free

    Switzerland’s Dufry has agreed to buy a majority stake in Italy’s World Duty Free in a deal that values the company owned byRachel Sanderson in Milan

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    Activist hedge fund turns focus on Japan’s Kyocera and Canon

    The hedge fund that encouraged Japanese games console maker Nintendo into allowing its heroes on to smartphones is buildingJennifer Hughes in Hong Kong

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    Pimco drops out of top-10 asset management brands in Europe

    Pimco has dropped out of a coveted list of the top 10 asset management brands in Europe. This comes after a difficult 2014Chris Newlands

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    Institutional money keeps rolling in to hedge funds

    Large investors remain as keen as ever to pump money into hedge funds, despite widespread speculation that the tide isSteve Johnson

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    The bookmakers’ guide to the 2015 UK election

    If you accept that the main interest of investors is to form objective judgments about the outcome of uncertain futureJonathan Davis

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    Rugby and Maltese terrier poodles give QIC boss the edge

    Damien Frawley had something of a baptism of fire when he took over as chief executive of the Queensland InvestmentMadison Marriage

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    Baillie Gifford chooses Hong Kong over Shanghai

    A lack of clarity on tax, foreign exchange and central bank policy are deterring Baillie Gifford’s Richard Sneller fromBradley Gerrard

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