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Brazil’s Cutrale and Safra families have succeeded in destroying a rival bid from Ireland’s Fyffes for Chiquita, paving theSamantha Pearson in São Paulo
Iron ore slipped below $80 a tonne in thin trading on Friday as concerns about supply growth and weak demand continued toBy Neil Hume
When an analyst on IBM’s quarterly earnings call this week questioned whether the US technology giant was facing a newRichard Waters in San Francisco
A crime scene tent still covers the spot at Canada’s national war memorial where on Wednesday morning a young Muslim manRobert Wright in Ottawa and Geoff Dyer in Washington
In the past decade Britain’s immigration policy has been a delicate balancing act. Governments have tried to reduce theBy David Goodhart
A strong week for the US dollar ended on a softer note as traders looked to a key Federal Reserve policy meeting, while theStephen Smith
Australia Qantas has unveiled new business-class seats that allow passengers to be in a fully reclined sleeping positionTom Robbins and Emily Mathieson
There’s only one flight a day into Finland’s Kittilä airport, which thoughtfully supplies its passengers with a relaxing rowAndrew Eames
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