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It may have started in the US in the first few weeks of the year, but the global mergers and acquisitions boom of 2014 has By Ed Hammond in New York and Arash Massoudi in London
When Ian Bell visited the European Commission in the dark days after the global financial crisis to lobby for “high-quality” By Christopher Thompson and Claire Jones
Just when good news was starting to flow again out of Ireland, along comes the European Commission to spoil the By Vincent Boland in Dublin
The Bank of England should keep its guidance that interest rates will rise in “limited and gradual” steps rather than trying By Chris Giles, Economics Editor
Companies are warning the Conservatives that they risk losing their pro-business reputation because of the party’s stance on By Kiran Stacey in Birmingham
George Osborne dropped into the Hyatt hotel’s Dolce suite on Monday night to rally MPs and activists on the “frontline of By Elizabeth Rigby in Birmingham
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