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    Bright spots in a region blighted by graft

    Five years ago, Petrobras raised $70bn in the biggest ever equity offering; rich pickings given the easy credit and soaringJohn Paul Rathbone

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    Vivendi clash shows its time to change the music

    The dispute between the activist fund manager Peter Schoenfeld and Vivendi Universal is not just a row, about money andJonathan Ford

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    Catching March Madness and the Japanese college connection

    On Monday, March 29, 1982, I woke up in the wrong city. Nothing against Columbia, South Carolina, but that night GeorgetownJurek Martin

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    Eurozone debates consequences of potential Greek exit

    Eurozone quantitative easing was launched to save the single currency bloc. But it may end up making it easier to break theElaine Moore and Joel Lewin

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    Running is key for triathletes to win medals

    The first Olympic-distance elite race of the 2015 ITU World Triathlon Series took place over the weekend in Auckland, withJohn Burn-Murdoch and Gavin Jackson

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    Climate Shock: The Economic Consequences of a Hotter Planet

    When economists think about climate change, some think a lot about horse manure. Specifically, they consider the greatReview by Pilita Clark

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    French business still waits for promised economic recovery

    The recovery is looming, according to French president François Hollande. But in the southern city of Avignon, Norbert ZoppiAnne-Sylvaine Chassany in Paris

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    Monday interview: Thor Bjorgolfsson, investor

    Thor Bjorgolfsson, biker, self-confessed deal addict, “adventure capitalist” and once Iceland’s most bank­able billionaire,Kate Burgess

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    How one office cut down on emails with handwriting

    ●    Karen Blackett, UK CEO of media agency MediaCom, has found a way to encourage staff to send fewer emails, keep on topEmma De Vita

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    Feedback: the deafening sound of an ‘echo chamber of strategists’

    Andrew Hill’s feature last week on the need for new corporate strategy frameworks to suit our fast times, brought back bad

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