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Israel halts peace talks with Palestinians

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Facebook buys fitness-tracker app Moves

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Zimmer agrees $13.4bn Biomet acquisition

Pharma deal frenzy spreads across healthcare sector

Sotheby’s battle framed by art tastes

Loeb’s eye for paintings wins a proxy adviser’s endorsement

Paris warns GE on possible Alstom bid

Shares in French group surge on report of takeover interest

Ecclestone starts defence in court

High-profile trial of Formula One chief opens in Munich

Obama and Abe push for trade deal

Leaders target swift conclusion on TPP

AstraZeneca looks at $15bn of spin-offs

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