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Google parent already invests in arch-rival Uber, signalling changing fortunes

Munoz faces hostile questioning from analysts after weak revenue guidance

Len Blavatnik and Ron Burkle said to have expressed interest

Rajoy government to begin process of triggering Article 155 of constitution

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There may be wriggle room, but there is little sign either side is willing to use it

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Pro-trade members warn moves to pull out of trade deal could risk tax cuts push

Risk of excessive optimism as China reports strong headline GDP growth

Communist party seeks to cement its control over society

Former Tony Blair adviser forms Labour-led coalition with support from minor parties

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US bans federal agencies from using popular anti-virus software

Dramatic surge in cultivation angers Trump administration keen to tackle drug abuse

Legislation would extend rules covering political advertising to Facebook, Google and Twitter

Stephen Squeri to take over for Kenneth Chenault with plans to revamp company

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Even an $86bn fortune cannot solve the world’s problems if aid budgets are cut

Special Report Space Mining

Luxembourg sets sights on extraterrestrial extraction industry

‘The hopes of soccer bulls have been dashed again. The US team has crashed out of the World Cup’

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Risk-off mood fuelled by China debt concerns and global political uncertainty

Global oil cartel’s secretary-general says Saudi Arabia is taking its cue from Putin

Price of metal used in catalysts for petrol cars has jumped 40% this year

Technology

Legislation would extend rules covering political advertising to Facebook, Google and Twitter

Big sums have been sunk in region’s start-ups, but the strategy is shifting

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