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Developers cut prices on Mumbai tower before higher levy kicks in

Companies including Rosneft, WPP targeted as hackers demand ransom paid in bitcoins

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Reputation of former pharmaceuticals executive precedes him into US courthouse

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Loeb’s Third Point accused company of being ‘stuck in its old ways’

Inequality and joblessness will fuel and sustain the wave of voters’ anger

ECB president sees ‘reflationary forces’ in European economy

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Brussels’ 7-year probe concludes group’s shopping service had ‘illegal advantage’

Fed chair’s comments challenge Trump administration’s desire to shake up financial rules

The fund delivers sceptical assessment of Trump administration’s growth forecasts

Assad regime and Russia push back against White House chemical weapons warning

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Voice-enabled gadgets, podcasts and an FM switch-off are changing the shape of radio

Booming demand for memory chips propels Korean group to top of semiconductor pack

Autonomous driving start-up is one of 34 with a permit to test on California’s roads

Strong stock market has boosted confidence of companies looking to list

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An overhaul of the taxation system, which comes into effect on Saturday, aims to turn India into a single market

Markets are assessing tensions between national and pan-European authorities

Setback for one of the clearest areas of progress on corporate governance reform

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Upbeat tone fuels speculation about ECB taper

Talk of Washington auctioning 50 to 100-year debt is greeted with scepticism

Charges against president fail to unnerve investors who are still positive on economy

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Companies including Rosneft, WPP targeted as hackers demand ransom paid in bitcoins

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Brussels’ 7-year probe concludes group’s shopping service had ‘illegal advantage’

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