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    12:48PM

    Chipmaker Avago buys Broadcom for $37bn

    Avago Technologies, which makes semiconductors for use in smartphones, has agreed to buy US rival Broadcom, which makesFastFT

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    Eye on the stock market

    A pedestrian walks past an electronic board showing the graph of the recent fluctuations of the Japan’s Nikkei averageAnnabel Cook

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    12:20PM

    A brave ascent from childhood abuse

    Self-respect was something David Tait struggled with for most of his life. Other people appeared to have it. Gaining it, forEmma Jacobs

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    12:18PM

    Tokyo stocks complete 10-day win streak

    Japanese stocks completed a tenth straight day of gains on Thursday, reprising a performance not seen since the 1980s equityLeo Lewis

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    12:14PM

    Calling CDS users, Citi would like your opinion

    OK, yes, online surveys are mostly of dubious use. Still, as we might be interested to know what the world thinks aboutDan McCrum

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    12:07PM

    Battle to write constitution for a Libya at war with itself

    The head of the commission drawing up the Libyan constitution says he has been pressured to create separate categories ofBorzou Daragahi in Baida

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    12:02PM

    Manhattan tower reflects tough property landscape

    A few months after property developer Larry Silverstein bought the lease to New York’s twin towers in 2001, his $3.2bnAnna Nicolaou in New York

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    Refuge in the monastery

    A boy takes a shower inside a Tibetan monastery, a month after the April 25 earthquake, in Kathmandu, Nepal. According to anAnnabel Cook

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    12:00PM

    Now China starts to make the rules

    Once in a while the question changes. Not so long ago western policy makers asked whether a rising China would sign up as aPhilip Stephens

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    11:47AM

    Chinese ‘black box’ regulator poses hurdle for Shell-BG deal

    Royal Dutch Shell’s £55bn bid for BG Group faces any number of hurdles, including volatile oil prices and the risk of aChristopher Adams and Anjli Raval

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