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    TPG boosts its bet on Hollywood’s CAA

    TPG has increased its stake in Creative Artists Agency to more than 53 per cent, giving the private equity firm control ofMatthew Garrahan in New York

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    Former Australian PM Gough Whitlam dies at 98

    SYDNEY – Former Australian prime minister Gough Whitlam, who died on Tuesday from unspecified causes, was one of his

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    AbbVie hits at Treasury as Shire deal dies

    The head of AbbVie, which last week dropped its support for a $55bn takeover of UK drugmaker Shire, slammed the US TreasuryArash Massoudi in London and David Crow in New York

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    Electrolux finds European consumer demand weaker than anticipated

    European consumer demand and the continent’s economy are disappointing again, according to Electrolux’s chief executive,Richard Milne, Nordic Correspondent

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    Under the weather

    The ebola crisis, the rise of Islamic militants and growing jitters about the world economy have been dominating global3m 23secs

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    ECB’s bond move whets appetite for QE

    News that the European Central Bank has begun its programme of buying covered bonds from banks in Spain, France and GermanyChristopher Thompson

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    The Scottsboro Boys, Garrick Theatre, London – review

    We do it with food, why not on the stage? The combination of conflicting tastes or styles can be immensely powerful – and soSarah Hemming

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    EU states act to curb migrants but London alone in seeking cap

    Britain is far from alone when it comes to launching voter-friendly moves against immigration from other EU states. BerlinDuncan Robinson in Brussels and Stefan Wagstyl in Berlin

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    Apple smashes through forecasts

    Apple smashed through Wall Street forecasts on revenues, earnings and iPhone sales in its fourth-quarter results, with itsTim Bradshaw in San Francisco

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    RBS clutches adolescent P2P lending to its bosom, regardless of risk

    Peer-to-peer lending seems to be all grown up and ready to settle down. Lending Club, the world’s biggest such business, isBy Patrick Jenkins and Kate Burgess

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