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Metals firm Alcoa will separate into two independent publicly traded companies during the second half of 2016. The split should qualify as a tax-free transaction for shareholders. Shartia Brantley reports.
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Talks between Vodafone and Liberty Global about exchanging assets to better compete in Europe's converging mobile, broadband and TV markets have collapsed. As Grace pascoe reports neither side could agree on the value of their businesses.
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Volkswagen investors have lost their trust in the company; shares dropped more than 30% after the emission scandal came to light. But it's not only investors who have lost their faith in the iconic car maker, German residents are also left disappoint
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Italian consumer morale jumped to its highest level in 13 years in September, data showed, while manufacturing confidence climbed to its highest in four years. As Hayley Platt reports the surveys by national statistics institute ISTAT are good news for It
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In the latest fallout from the VW emissions fraud scandal, Swiss authorities are suspending sales of Volkswagen diesel vehicles that could contain devices capable of cheating emissions tests. Diane Hodges reports.
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New Delhi, Sep 22 (ANI): Market experts claimed chaotic market sentiment over Sensex 541.14 points slump on Tuesday. Market expert Sunil Shah said that current market slump is due to various reasons like increase in the lot size of F and O segments, no ra
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Mumbai, Sep 18 (ANI): Amidst speculation of lowering interest rates RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan on Friday declared that interest rates shall remain static. Rajan also cited RBI initiatives towards sustainable growth and underscored that creating conducive
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Apple says sales of its new iPhones are on pace to beat the ten million units it sold during the first weekend of sales last year. Shartia Brantley reports.
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Guatemala's presidential election heads into a run-off vote, extending political uncertainty as the country reels from a graft scandal that toppled the president. Gavino Garay reports.
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Rebekah Brooks returns to work for Rupert Murdoch at News UK as she attempts to rebuild her reputation following the phone hacking scandal. Stephanie Prentice reports.
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Thousands of farmers clash with police in Brussels as EU agriculture ministers meet. As Sara Hemrajani reports, thousands are demanding more government support to cope with falling prices and Russia's ban on EU food imports.
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Attempts by Chinese policymakers and regulators to soothe the country's jittery markets with promises of financial market reforms and assurances the economy is stabilising had limited impact, with stocks tumbling in late trade. With U.S. markets clos