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    EE pays £400m dividend to Orange and Deutsche Telekom

    Britain’s largest mobile operator EE paid shareholders Orange and Deutsche Telekom more than £400m last quarter ahead of itsDaniel Thomas, Telecoms Correspondent

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    Waiting in vain for the Night Wolves

    Poland’s prime minister called them a “provocation” that could disturb Poland’s security. Civil groups have called themHenry Foy

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    The political storm over the Googleplex

    Google regularly tops the list of companies that students want to work for and, visiting its Silicon Valley campus lastGideon Rachman

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    Satellite launch

    An Ariane 5 rocket lifts off from its launch pad in Kourou, French Guiana, carrying a satellite for Norwegian broadcast andMarcus Cotton

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    China’s anti-graft investigators detain Sinopec president

    The president and vice-chairman of Sinopec, the Chinese petrochemical giant, has been detained by Communist partyJamil Anderlini in Beijing and Naomi Rovnick in London

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    Aventa plans to build £325m race circuit in Wales

    Standing on windswept moorland in the Brecon Beacons, Michael Carrick is trying to explain why his company wants to build anJohn Murray Brown

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    The 1st rule of ECJ flight club...is about to be broken

    Fans of warring judges are in a for treat: the fight over reform at the EU’s second-highest court is about break into theDuncan Robinson

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    Tsipras reshuffles negotiating team to sideline Varoufakis

    Greece’s outspoken finance minister Yanis Varoufakis has been sidelined after three months of fruitless talks withKerin Hope in Athens

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    Underemployment in Greece at 72 per cent underlines market crisis

    Almost threequarters of Greece’s part-time workers are underemployed, according to official figures out on Monday whichBy Claire Jones in Frankfurt

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    Former Sony CFO attacks Kazuo Hirai over strategy

    Sony faces the risk of “sinking” if Kazuo Hirai, the Japanese group’s chief executive, continues to steer the company in itsKana Inagaki in Tokyo

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