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The restructuring world is far too cosy
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The European Central Bank has either changed history, or paused it.
Former trader resembles the kind of CEO who gives talks on environmental and social issues
Another takeover approach cannot be ruled out, but it is doing fine as an independent
Regulator could be right to block the deal but its judgment is based on technocratic voodoo
Pushback on UK supermarkets and Franco-German rail deals stands in contrast to US
The battery maker’s shares still have power in them
The country is close to complete collapse.
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The not very joined-up process of getting my Kindle back
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Forget maximum profits, we must rethink our approach to sustainable value
Chief relies on technology and better processes to curb outages, but he faces challenges
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