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Sony banks on image sensors and gaming

Electronics group to pare back smartphone range

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German launch hits AO World as sales rise

Retailer’s results come ahead of busiest day of trading

Aviva faces risks on Friends Life deal

Aviva must extract £100m in savings a year to justify 15% premium to Friends’ market value

Samsung eyes management shake-up

Founding family looks to cement control over S Korean business empire

European corporate bonds and loans soar

‘Lower-for-longer’ funding costs driving refinancing, says Fitch

Regulatory concerns hold back 3D printing

Proving printed products are safe is delaying adoption

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 17: A model walks the runway during the Hackett London show during the London Collections: MEN Spring Summer 2014 on June 17, 2013 in London, England. (Photo by Victor VIRGILE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

Hackett to test the US with British look

Group eyes market that has seen off many UK retailers

Miners lead FTSE to best level in a month

China’s rate cut gives metals producers more momentum

Hornby back on track as losses narrow

Small-cap toymaker lifts sales after litany of problems

Dyson to plough £1bn into R&D

Vacuum maker to launch 100 new products over four years

K-Pop boosts AmorePacific sales to Chinese

South Korea’s biggest beauty company is riding high on booming Chinese demand

Tobacco struggling with market burn-out

Global shift towards taxation and regulation is hitting companies

Marley: Marlboro Man of marijuana?

Late reggae star to be the face of Seattle group’s cannabis brand

Samsung to reduce smartphone range

Chinese competition prompts S Korean group to cut portfolio 25-30%

Reckitt Benckiser: the season of giving

Pharmaceuticals unit to be spun off before Christmas

Reckitt launches pharma spin-off

British consumer goods group to list drugs division as standalone company

Li Ning in hunt for new chief executive

Lossmaking Chinese sportswear brand to replace Jin-Goon Kim

P&G/Buffett: batteries included

Breaking up an empire can be as selfish as building one

Buffett powers up $4.7bn Duracell deal

Berkshire Hathaway to acquire battery business from Procter & Gamble

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