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Google considers shake-up of News service

Internet company to partner with European media groups

US inflation expectations scale highs

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Japan bourses avoid wider Asian decline

Equities in rest of the region follow Wall Street into the red

Oil groups have new vigour for cost cuts

Drive to cut suppliers’ bills and get better tax deals

US-Japan defence pact aims to check China

Guidelines enable closer military ties in the event of conflict

Google turns on the charm in Europe

Internet search group aims to be more reliable ally than deadly foe

ISS backs Peltz for seat on DuPont board

Chemical group criticised as ‘inclined to obfuscation’

IDC owners explore $5.5bn sale or IPO

Silver Lake and Warburg Pincus to offload financial data group

Sweden’s jet scandal claims fresh victim

Head of powerful Industrivärden business empire sacked

The numbers behind HSBC’s HQ review

How a domicile move would affect the bank’s tax payments

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Satellite industry aims smaller and lower

Size and cost revolution encourages start-ups to launch niche enterprises into orbit

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