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An influential proxy advisory firm has called on the maker of Botox, the blockbuster wrinkle treatment, to give its By David Crow in New York
The boom of shelling and the crackle of gunfire in Debaltseve, a town in eastern Ukraine, elicit a shrug from an army By Roman Olearchyk
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A National Health Service trust has become the first to buy out its private finance initiative contract, as other debt-laden By Gill Plimmer and Sarah Neville
The New York Times is cutting 100 jobs from its newsroom and a smaller number on the business side as the US newspaper looks By Shannon Bond in New York
It was with a mix of wistful nostalgia and pride that Japan celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Shinkansen bullet train. By Kana Inagaki in Tokyo
More than 100 companies have potentially received illicit state aid from Gibraltar, Brussels said on Wednesday as it By Vanessa Houlder
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