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    China GDP growth slowest since global crisis

    China’s economy grew last quarter at its slowest pace since the depths of the global financial crisis, raising concerns overJamil Anderlini and Lucy Hornby in Beijing

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    Total chief dies in Moscow plane crash

    Christophe de Margerie, chief executive of Total, has died in a plane crash in Moscow. The head of Europe’s third-largestMichael Stothard in Paris and Carola Hoyos in London

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    Australia horse breeders win Anglo American coal mine battle

    Two of the world’s biggest horse breeders have won a bitter three-year battle with Anglo American in a landmark planningJamie Smyth in Sydney

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    London broker sets up Manchester office

    ...Summers had previously spent around two decades at rival broker Brewin Dolphin, and was also head of corporate broking at N+1 Singer. Oliver Hemsley, chief executive of Numis, said: “We think the north is underserviced. There’s lots...Harriet Agnew, City Correspondent

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    Shire interim CFO jumps ship for Severn Trent

    Shire has lost its interim chief financial officer to Severn Trent, increasing the upheaval surrounding the UK-listedAndrew Ward

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    Apple watchers to be denied Watch figures

    Apple just disrupted another industry: the analysts who are tasked with predicting its quarterly numbers. During Monday’sTim Bradshaw

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    Amazon strikes new Simon & Schuster deal

    Amazon has signed a new multiyear deal with Simon & Schuster that returns significant control over ebook prices to theShannon Bond in New York

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    Australian leader who edged his country out of British shadow

    Gough Whitlam, who has died aged 98, was the prime minister most central to guiding Australia from colonial past toNikki Tait

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    Correction: Marine Eugene

    • In the Corporate Aviation special report (October21), Marine Eugene was incorrectly identified as working for Textron. She

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    KPMG hopes cloud software will win over SMEs

    KPMG, the audit firm that serves 24 of the FTSE 100 companies, is fighting to win business from faster-growing small andHarriet Agnew and Andrew Bounds

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