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Profits beat expectations but revenue outlook lags

EU rifts scupper new Russia sanctions

Push for arms embargo on Moscow fails

US warned of up to 25 more tax inversions

Lawmakers attack ‘fast-buck artists’ encouraging deals

Ackman attacks Herbalife: stock shoots up

Investors brush off results of fund manager’s probe

Putin looks at breaking Gazprom monopoly

Boost for Rosneft after intensive lobbying

Credit Suisse faces calls for radical cuts

Doubts surface over whether shake-up is enough

Jailed tycoon allowed daily check-out to sell hotels

Sahara head Roy in talks on trophy properties

Minecraft builds partnership with Lego

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Google pact with Brussels under threat

EU weighs whether to reopen draft antitrust settlement

UK to hold inquiry into Litvinenko death

U-turn comes as EU discusses Russia sanctions

Ceasefire talks make little progress

Death toll increases in Hamas-Israel conflict

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US railways: Back on track

Train operators are cashing in on shale gas but their improved fortunes could be undermined

Israel, Hamas and the rockets

The level of civilian deaths in Gaza is unacceptable

HK-Shanghai equities ‘train’ is on track

Conspiracy theories overlook effort of planning for trading move

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