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  • 01:36 Popular Mercedes Eyes Silicon Valley-style Overhaul

    Mercedes Eyes Silicon Valley-style Overhaul

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    German carmaker Mercedes Benz is taking tips from Silicon Valley for a management overhaul to help it see off younger rivals. Lucy Fielder reports.

  • 01:47 China Muscles Into Extreme Sports Market

    China Muscles Into Extreme Sports Market

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    From marathons to bodybuilding, athletes across China are sweating their way into extreme fitness. As Tara Joseph reports, the fitness industry is now worth billions of dollars annually in a nation previously know for sports like table tennis and badminto

  • 01:43 Massive Data Leak Hits French Submarine Maker

    Massive Data Leak Hits French Submarine Maker

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    The French shipbuilder which earlier this year won a A$50 billion contract to build Australia's next generation of submarines has suffered a massive data leak. As Tara Joseph reports, it raises doubts about the security of one of the world's big

  • 01:27 Popular Dubai Bets On Indoor Theme Park To Boost Tourism

    Dubai Bets On Indoor Theme Park To Boost Tourism

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    The world's largest indoor theme park is set to open in Dubai this month to lure back some of the tourists and residents who often flee abroad during the scorching desert summer. But, as Hayley Platt reports, IMG Worlds of Adventure has competition h

  • 01:28 Popular Kaine Outlines Clinton's Small Business Plans

    Kaine Outlines Clinton's Small Business Plans

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    Democratic vice presidential candidate Sen. Tim Kaine offered details about Hillary Clinton's plans to support U.S. small businesses, including establishing a standard tax deduction that has previously only been available to individuals. Rough Cut (n

  • 01:37 Paris Counts Cost To Tourism Of Attacks

    Paris Counts Cost To Tourism Of Attacks

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    Islamist attacks, strikes and floods kept foreign tourists away from the French capital in the first half of the year and cost the Paris region tourism industry some 750 million euros in lost revenue. As Sonia Legg reports, tourism bosses say massive inve

  • 01:36 China's Richest Man Expects Hollywood Deals

    China's Richest Man Expects Hollywood Deals

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    Wang Jianlin, chairman of real estate and entertainment conglomerate Dalian Wanda Group Co and China's richest man, says he expects to announce two billion-dollar film-related deals this year. David Pollard reports.

  • 01:14 Jennifer Lawrence Earns Big In 2016

    Jennifer Lawrence Earns Big In 2016

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    The actress tops Forbes world's highest paid actresses list for the second year in a row. Alicia Powell reports.

  • 01:10 Sponsors Dump Ryan Lochte

    Sponsors Dump Ryan Lochte

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    The 12-time Olympic medalist has lost all four major endorsement deals after his tale of his alleged robbery at gunpoint in Rio enraged local officials. Fred Katayama reports.

  • 01:32 Popular Bse Closes 4.67 Points Up On Aug 23

    Bse Closes 4.67 Points Up On Aug 23

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    New Delhi, Aug 23 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 4.67 points up to stand at 27,990.21. At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed 3.45 points up to stand at 8,632.60. Jaypee Infratech Ltd and INDIA CEMENTS LTD were among the

  • 01:45 French Boost Euro Zone Business Activity

    French Boost Euro Zone Business Activity

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    Stable euro zone private business activity was supported by surprisingly strong growth in France during August, surveys show. But, as David Pollard reports, factories could face a tougher September as new order growth stumbled.

  • 01:45 Investors Cheer On 'the Punisher'

    Investors Cheer On 'the Punisher'

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    The Filipino president's bloody war on drugs may be turning heads but, as Ryan Brooks reports, Rodrigo Duterte's getting top marks from a business community that predicts an economic boom.

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