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    Google, Microsoft and Amazon pay to get around ad blocking site

    Google, Amazon, Microsoft and Taboola have quietly paid the German start-up behind Adblock Plus, the world’s most popularRobert Cookson, Digital Media Correspondent

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    Minimal take-up of flexible working in UK despite policy shift

    If soulless office cubicles, as immortalised in the Dilbert comic strips, defined employment in the 1990s, the newEmily Cadman

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    Statistical revisions add shine to India growth

    India’s attempts to catch up with China’s rate of economic expansion have received an unexpected boost from statisticalJames Crabtree in Mumbai

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    President of China Minsheng quits

    The president of China Minsheng Banking Corp has resigned amid domestic media reports that he is under investigation byGabriel Wildau in Shanghai

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    Queensland poll rout a fresh setback for Australia’s Abbott

    Tony Abbott has vowed to continue as Australia’s prime minister, downplaying speculation he will face a leadership contestJamie Smyth in Sydney

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    ETF giants bet on futures for flows

    After another record year for asset gathering, ETF providers have set their sights on the global derivatives market. ThePaul Amery

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    iShares fights for fund flows

    BlackRock’s iShares has had a firm hold on the top position in Europe’s exchange traded fund market for years, boasting ETFAttracta Mooney

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    ETF price war continues to rage in Europe

    ETF providers show no sign of calling a halt to the drawn-out battle over fees, with many continuing to cut prices acrossDavid Ricketts

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    Smart beta is no guarantee you will beat the market

    Investors would have been better off tracking the Russell 3000 index than holding some of the world’s biggest “smart beta”Judith Evans

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    Happy anniversary—but challenges lie ahead

    Many will be surprised to learn that exchange traded funds will turn 25 on March 9. This year marks the silver anniversaryDeborah Fuhr

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