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    Boardroom trades, May 30

    Shares in Rank Group have soared since January despite a static performance in 2014 after Henry Birch took the helm as chiefMichael Tinsdale

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    Charities that need people’s time benefit from moral cues

    Encouraging people to donate their time is a perennial problem for charities and volunteer groups. But the good news,Jonathan Moules

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    Saudi airstrike in Yemen

    People gather on the rubble of houses destroyed by a Saudi-led airstrike near Yemen’s capital Sanaa on Wednesday Jamie Han

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    BP chief expects low oil prices until at least 2016

    The chief executive of BP expects oil prices to remain low until at least 2016 as production grows faster than demand.Neil Hume and Anjli Raval in Vienna

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    OECD slashes global growth forecast

    The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has slashed its forecasts for global growth, as it warned thatFerdinando Giugliano, Economics Correspondent

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    ExxonMobil at the crossroads: buy a rival or shrink in long term

    At first glance, the decline in the number of shares outstanding in ExxonMobil might make it look like a company that isEd Crooks in New York

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    Euphoria has China’s stock market in its dangerous grip

    There is a fin de siècle feel about China. Growth is fading fast but the stock market is galumphing to evermore exuberant,David Pilling

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    Hedge fund manager John Paulson gives $400m to Harvard University

    John Paulson, the hedge fund manager famed for betting against US housing in 2007, has made the largest ever donation toStephen Foley in New York

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    Saudi conglomerate Ahab pledges bulk of assets to creditors

    Ahmad Hamad Algosaibi & Brothers has pledged 87 per cent of its assets to creditors in an attempt to secure agreement fromSimeon Kerr in Dubai

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    Asia's FX cold war

    South Korea has largely steered clear of overt action to weaken its currency, but the rapidly declining yen makes bolder2m 6secs

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