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In July, US computer manufacturer Dell announced it would start accepting Bitcoin as payment for products and services. LessEric Openshaw, Robert Massey and Eric Piscini
Fees to process debit and credit card transactions are to be capped under an EU law that attempts to wrap-up a protractedAlex Barker in Brussels
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When Barack Obama met Pope Francis at the Vatican in March, they exchanged pleasantries for the photographers and swappedGeoff Dyer in Washington
European Union regulators on Wednesday agreed tougher rules on the way broker research is paid for, in an attempt to tacklePhilip Stafford, Kate Burgess, Sam Fleming
Sir, We the undersigned business groups, which together speak for more than 3.4m companies in all sectors across Europe
Sir, I was most interested in the OECD finding that in higher inequality countries, children born to poorly educated parents
Sir, While more van drivers would certainly alleviate pressure on getting packages to customers on time this Christmas, it
Sir, Lucy Kellaway (Business Life, December 15) thinly veils her contempt for sycophantic eulogies to a departing boss.
Sir, Several recent articles in the Financial times on the putative presidential candidacy of Jeb Bush overlook the core of
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