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    Rockefeller Brothers Fund sells coal and oil sands investments

    The Rockefeller Brothers Fund announced on Monday that it was selling its investments in the coal industry and in Canada’s By Pilita Clark and Ed Crooks in New York

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    How Ireland’s Nama moved centre stage

    The Dublin Theatre Festival opens on Thursday with a vivid production of Hamlet by Thomas Ostermeier, the German director. By Vincent Boland

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    Afghan power sharing deal gets off to a shaky start

    The two have been arguing for months. Their supporters threatened violent revolt, causing the price of bullets to rise, got By May Jeong in Kabul

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    Merck KGaA: Adrenalin shot

    Most big deals leave the buyer’s stock sluggish. Merck KGaA’s decision to buy Sigma-Aldrich for $17bn hit like an adrenalin

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    Balls plays to the public with promise of rectitude

    Ed Balls was met with silence from several thousand delegates in a packed conference hall in Manchester on Monday as he By Jim Pickard and Chris Giles

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    WPP takes stake in technology group AppNexus

    WPP has acquired a 15 per cent stake in AppNexus, a fast-growing advertising technology company that competes with Google By Robert Cookson, Digital Media Correspondent

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    Scottish infrastructure hiatus highlights role of foreign investment

    In the run-up to the Scottish referendum on independence, commentators often said how closely the vote was being watched in By Patrick Jenkins

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    Miliband plans mansion tax to boost NHS

    Ed Miliband will on Tuesday announce plans to use a “mansion tax” to fund increased NHS spending, as he launches what he By George Parker in Manchester

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    Houthi rebels consolidate control of Yemen capital

    Militias from the Shia Houthi movement consolidated their control of the Yemeni capital on Monday, just a day after signing By Peter Salisbury in Sana’a and Simeon Kerr in Dubai

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    EMC/Hewlett-Packard: One-stop shopping

    The break-up case at corporate computing specialist EMC rests on the proposition that it is hopelessly complicated. That

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