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Tim Cook tried to give Steve Jobs his liver PDF Print E-mail
Apple CEO Tim Cook tried to give his former boss a liver transplant, but Steve Jobs refused, according to a new biography.

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Downton writer: Kate Middleton turned show into global hit PDF Print E-mail
Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, has visited the set of the popular British television show Downton Abbey.

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Stocks: 4 things to know before the U.S. open PDF Print E-mail
Read full story for latest details.

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UK-China trade bromance a blow to White House PDF Print E-mail
The White House is steamed over the U.K.'s decision to join a new China-backed financial institution modeled on the World Bank.

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Care workers not paid minimum wage PDF Print E-mail
One of the largest care providers in the UK has not been paying its staff the minimum wage, says an internal company document.

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US row with UK over China-led bank PDF Print E-mail
The US expresses concerns over Britain's effort to become a founding member of a Chinese-backed development bank.

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Wetherspoons targets breakfast sales PDF Print E-mail
Pub chain JD Wetherspoon says it wants to triple its coffee and breakfast sales over the next 18 months.

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Homegrown tea served in Scots hotel PDF Print E-mail
Edinburgh's five-star Balmoral Hotel is to serve Scotland's first cup of homegrown tea - from a plantation in Perthshire.

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Japan shares close at 15-year high PDF Print E-mail
Shares in Japan lead most Asian stocks higher on Friday, after the Nikkei closed at a new 15-year high

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How Colombia went from murder capital to tech center PDF Print E-mail
Colombia has a dark past of drugs and violence. It's quickly emerging from those shadows with a growing economy.

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Univision host defends first lady 'Apes' comment PDF Print E-mail
Univision host Rodner Figueroa, who compared Michelle Obama to characters in the movie "Planet of the Apes," alleged Thursday that he was fired after the network received a complaint from the White House.

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Japanese stocks are on fire. But why? PDF Print E-mail
Japan's benchmark stock index has been on a roll in recent months. Can the rally last?

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