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    Another coalition? Your boss couldn't care less.

    It might be the closest general election in living memory, but another coalition government after May 7 won’t affect yourSarah O'Connor

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    Yahoo: waiting game

    It’s been three months since Yahoo announced it would split off its $32bn stake in Alibaba, handing it to shareholders in a

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    Obama makes fresh push for ‘fast track’ authority

    US president Barack Obama on Tuesday stepped up his efforts to win the “fast track” authority he needs from Congress toShawn Donnan in Washington

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    Yahoo earnings fall short of expectations

    Yahoo has disappointed on both earnings and revenues excluding traffic acquisition costs in the first quarter, as chiefHannah Kuchler in San Francisco

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    BP declares no taste for megamerger

    BP’s Bob Dudley has signalled he has no appetite for a megamerger, moving to cool speculation that Royal Dutch Shell’s £55bnChristopher Adams in Houston

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    US warns of risks from deeper encryption

    The head of the US Department of Homeland Security has warned the cyber security industry that encryption poses “realHannah Kuchler in San Francisco

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    Hounslow neighbours saw nothing flashy

    US authorities probing the “flash crash” that rattled global stocks in 2010 have spent years trying to understand theAliya Ram and Philip Stafford in London

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    Exhibit A: Sarao’s dynamic layering order

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    How futures trading could crash stocks

    The US equity market ‘flash crash’ of May 6 2010 has long highlighted the pronounced link between futures exchange contractsMichael Mackenzie

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    Weighing the rewards of risky Greek debt

    German government bonds offer investors a guaranteed loss on paper maturing up to eight years ahead. Losses on GreekJames Mackintosh

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