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John Rishton, chief executive of Rolls-Royce, pledged greater openness with investors in a bid to restore relations with aPeggy Hollinger, Industry Editor
The Mickleover Court Hotel in Derby wins no prizes for architectural beauty. But its no-nonsense, utilitarian air was aPeggy Hollinger, Industry Editor
Ebola-stricken countries in west Africa are still servicing international loans in spite of calls from world leaders toElaine Moore
Tumbling commodity prices are aggravating the problems of cash-strapped mining groups and could spur a rebound in dealmakingJames Wilson and Arash Massoudi
Rdio will put its streaming music service in more cars and internet-connected television sets next year as it looks toShannon Bond in New York
The currency has fallen by a quarter, the share price of the national energy company has halved and a low-intensity warAndres Schipani in Bogotá and John Paul Rathbone in London
Hikma is on the lookout for more acquisitions as the UK-listed drugmaker pushes for membership of the FTSE 100 index. SaidAndrew Ward, Pharmaceuticals Correspondent
Russia has blocked a Facebook page calling for a protest in support of opposition leader Alexei Navalny, as the KremlinJack Farchy, Moscow Correspondent
Peak noun – 1. The pointy top of a mountain; 2. The stiff brim at the front of a cap. adj – At the highest level, maximum,Jonathan Ford
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