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    Camera drones: no-frills flying eyes

    Last year it was big news that consumers could buy sophisticated camera drones for less than $1,000. But for anyone worryingTim Bradshaw

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    Japanese unions and employers clash over best way to raise pay

    A split between Japan’s unions and employers on how to raise pay has merged as the main issue at the start of wage talksRobin Harding and Kana Inagaki in Tokyo

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    Commodities explained: Cost curves

    As bulk and base commodities continue to fall because of rising supplies and weak demand, investors are trying to make senseNeil Hume, Commodities Editor

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    About that UK economic track record

    Always something of a subjective question, Simon Wren-Lewis, economics professor at Oxford, has had a go at putting theDan McCrum

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    Ford earnings beat estimates

    A rampant US car market and rising demand in Asia bolstered Ford’s full-year earnings but failed to hide the reversals beingAndy Sharman, Motor Industry Correspondent

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    It’s the season for a stronger yen

    It’s the end of the week and time for an important piece of US jobs data. No, not the non-farm payrolls report due onJamie Chisholm

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    Battleground prayers

    Rebel fighters pray beside the al-Sayyad hill bordering the town of Morek in the northern countryside of Hama in Syria Jamie Han

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    Equities slide, Amazon desktop delivery and sexism in Silicon Valley

    Stock markets are in a sour mood as investors infer that the US Federal Reserve remains on course to start raising interestAmie Tsang and Fiona Symon

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    Business Insider and Mashable raise more than $40m

    News websites Business Insider and Mashable have separately received more than $40m in venture financing, signalling theHenry Mance, Media Correspondent

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    ConocoPhillips’ interim earnings fall 57% amid oil rout

    Plunging crude prices caused a 57 per cent drop in ConocoPhillips’ underlying earnings for the fourth quarter of last year,Ed Crooks in New York

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