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Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban has abandoned his controversial plan for the world’s first internet tax followingAndrew Byrne
Israel’s finance minister said he vetoed new spending on infrastructure for Jewish settlements in the West Bank after anJohn Reed in Jerusalem
Pendragon has raised its full-year profit expectations after a margin-boosting acceleration in the sale of secondhand cars.Claer Barrett
Sony has outlined a big pullback from the Chinese mobile market as it steps up efforts to fix its struggling smartphoneKana Inagaki in Tokyo
London’s equity markets enjoyed a boost in early trade on Friday, picking up the momentum after strong gains in Asia, withNeil Dennis
Indian banks owed money by Vijay Mallya’s failed Kingfisher Airlines are preparing to seize the liquor baron’s prized GoaBy Amy Kazmin in New Delhi
Every big party eventually fizzles and this week the US Federal Reserve took a major step in signalling the good times forMichael Mackenzie in New York
WPP, the world’s largest advertising group by sales, reported third-quarter revenues that beat analyst expectations andRobert Cookson
SuperGroup’s chief executive said the clothing retailer will not start discounting, despite warning that it would miss itsJohn Aglionby
Dear Quantitative Easing, It’s me, Markets. I know our time with each other is at an end and that you are on your way out,Tracy Alloway in New York
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