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Britain’s workers became less productive in the final quarter of 2014, highlighting a significant weakness that has doggedChris Giles, Economics Editor
France’s Socialist government has weighed in on Orange’s proposed sale of its Dailymotion video platform, insisting that theAdam Thomson in Paris
Rosneft has settled a long-running legal dispute with former shareholders of Yukos, the Russian energy group it took overJack Farchy in Moscow
Shares in GoDaddy, the internet registrar known for its risqué adverts, soared 31 per cent on debut on Wednesday, standingBy Nicole Bullock in New York and Eric Platt in London
Centrica, the UK utility firm, launched its inaugural hybrid bond on Wednesday, the latest in a string of companies tappingJoel Lewin in London
A downgrade from analysts at Deutsche Bank has pushed US airline stocks lower amid concerns that the dollar’s strength andMamta Badkar and Eric Platt
Travel group Tui avoided the April showers and enjoyed a day in the sun after an upgrade by Deutsche Bank. Tui, the mergedNeil Dennis
Greece on Wednesday submitted a fresh list of economic reforms to eurozone authorities, estimating the measures could raisePeter Spiegel in Brussels
Ukraine‘s hope of reaching a compromise with its international creditors hangs in the balance as the two sides prepare forElaine Moore in London and Roman Olearchyk in Kiev
Two men who travelled to the Turkish Syrian border and mixed with jihadis have been jailed for possessing a “bomb-making”Jane Croft
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