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Washington veers between criticism and praise of Pakistani efforts to curb extremists

John Watson likely to be replaced by head of midstream and development Michael Wirth

Antitrust watchdog fears ‘higher prices, lower quality, less choice and less innovation’

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From Starbucks to Costco, brands have come under attack from hoaxers

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Beijing’s pressure on Cambridge University Press is a sign of things to come

His aim is a political realignment achieved by voicing the grievances of his voters

Decision seen as victory for Muslim women but likely to inflame religious tensions

Another Chinese developer steps in to buy 10-acre plot Nine Elms Square

Car used in Cambrils attack had been caught on camera in Paris area

Oil-backed investor voted against management in 7 of its 10 largest equity holdings

Pod supplies squeezed after cyclone affects top producer Madagascar

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TV collaboration between Breitbart and an enlarged Sinclair could upend the industry

Costly digital payment system becomes case study for the limits of nation building

Largest social network set to see its first decline in usage among any age group

Darkened skies prompt music and awe — and a tweet from Lloyd Blankfein

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National Grid warns about energy supply for electric cars

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Video-streaming platform claims price and local content gives it a competitive edge

Understanding the grave divisions in US society is key to resolving political crisis

We overestimate innovation in the short run but underestimate any longer-term impact

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EM stocks gain ground ahead of Jackson Hole gathering

The $1.8bn bond sold by the electric car maker is among those bruised by junk weakness

Utilities, telecoms and consumer staples lead main S&P sectors over the month

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