Lamborghini joins fast lane into SUVs

Italian group is latest luxury brand to eye fast-growing segment

Trafigura becomes big player in Russia oil

Benefit comes amid sanctions targeting Kremlin-backed companies

SNP dissatisfied with devolution plans

Sturgeon demands additional powers for Scotland

Hopes for Greek deal halt euro slide

US and Europe stocks stage solid rebound

Blair to step down as Middle East envoy

Former UK premier had poor relations with Palestinian Authority

Over half world’s nations hatching jihadis

Al-Qaeda and Isis have more than 25,000 new members, UN says

Taxi drivers and scooter riders currently training for their license take part in a demonstration in central London
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Cameron weighs in on London cabbies clash

PM says people should enjoy high-quality service

Denmark’s Thorning-Schmidt calls election

Social democrat leader hopes to secure second term

Sonos Play 1 for Business Life

Sonos chief rings alarm on preferred stock

Tech veteran warns against hurting early investors

Libor rigging said to have begun in 2006

Jury shown emails about moving interbank lending rate

Adblocking group secures fresh legal win

German ruling raises pressure on online advertising

Comment & Analysis

German scholars illuminate sacred book

The Corpus Coranicum project builds on tradition of Koranic study halted by the Third Reich

Best of times for jeweller Tiffany

US stocks climb with luxury goods sector in focus

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How Greek business copes in crisis

Delays to investment decisions and tight budgets shackle companies

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"This talk of 10-week holidays but high productivity does make me think who has gotten it right. On the one hand it does make the French seem lazy and inefficient by getting so much time off but if they can still get the necessary work done but be able to enjoy life outside of work that much more, then perhaps they do have a better system set up."
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