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A dollar rally few are prepared to call time on
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When men migrate in search of jobs, or are conscripted for war, women are left running the farm. But often they lack rights and protections:
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BlackRock reports lowest intake of new funds in two years
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Investors brace for market tumble — BofA survey
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Italian bond prices rise with investors eyeing draft budget
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'The staunch Brexit advocate Jacob Rees-Mogg is camp. But when Theresa May danced on stage to Abba at the Conservative Party Conference, in an attempt to warm up her profile by adopting camp, it wasn’t camp at all.'
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The global luxury goods industry is currently worth €280bn and is expected to grow to €390bn by 2025 — and European companies have emerged as unrivalled leaders.
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The property entrepreneur Robert Tchenguiz has dropped his multimillion-pound lawsuit against accountancy firm Grant Thornton, hours before he was due to give evidence.
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Pound rallies after upbeat wage growth reading
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Paul Allen, the co-founder of Microsoft, has died at the age of 65.
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The global image of Germany’s economy may be shaped by BMW cars, Daimler trucks and Siemens turbines but it is the Mittelstand or small and medium-sized companies that are 'the backbone of the German economy'.
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Britain’s housing market is grinding to a halt in some parts of the UK as Brexit comes ever closer.
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The list of high-profile executives to have pulled out of an investment conference in Saudi Arabia — dubbed 'Davos in the Desert' — is growing. Here's the latest:
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The average SME is 1.5 to four times larger in Germany than in other EU countries. But some worry their strength in engineering obscures weaknesses in digital technology.
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One business consultant has counted 2,700 globally significant small- and middle-sized companies — 50% of them are based in Germany.
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MIT has unveiled a $1bn initiative into artificial intelligence and computing — in what it said is the largest investment of its kind ever made by an American university
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Executive MBA Ranking 2018: the top 100 business schools worldwide
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The CEO of Grant Thornton will be leaving the accountancy firm before the end of the year — a week after the group found itself at the centre of a controversy in connection with the UK bakery chain Patisserie Valerie
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Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen dies at age 65
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Brussels gives UK a 24-hour Brexit deadline to firm up their position after talks break down.
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