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Brazil's scandalous boom to bust story PDF Print E-mail
Brazil was the poster child of economic success five years ago. Now its economy is struggling. What happened?

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Apple accused of stealing employees from battery maker PDF Print E-mail
A company that makes batteries for electric cars claims Apple has stolen its employees, fueling speculation the iPhone maker could enter the auto market.

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Walmart to raise wages for workers PDF Print E-mail
US retail giant Walmart - the nation's largest private employer - announces plans to raise wages for more than 500,000 hourly employees at its US stores.

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Why Zuma's land policy is smoke screen PDF Print E-mail
Why South African move to restrict land ownership is symbolic

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British Gas owner in big profit fall PDF Print E-mail
Centrica, the owner of Scottish and British Gas, reports a big fall in profits after being hit by the drop in oil prices and by warmer weather.

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ECB minutes highlight QE delay risks PDF Print E-mail
The first-ever minutes from the European Central Bank reveal its chief economist warned of the hazards of delaying the introduction of quantitative easing.

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New Tigers stadium plan approved PDF Print E-mail
A new 10,000-capacity stadium for Castleford Tigers gets the go-ahead from Wakefield Council.

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Supermarket price war hits Asda PDF Print E-mail
Sales at Asda fall in the 12 weeks to January as supermarket price wars hit the company's performance.

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Housing starts in England up 10% PDF Print E-mail
The number of new houses that were built in England last year rose significantly, government figures show.

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London workers 'most productive' PDF Print E-mail
Official statistics break down which parts of the UK produce the most labour per hour of work. London tops the list, Cornwall brings up the rear.

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French inflation turns negative PDF Print E-mail
Inflation in France, the eurozone's second-biggest economy, turned negative in January, adding to worries over deflation in the eurozone.

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Mortgage lending dips in January PDF Print E-mail
Mortgage lending across the UK continued to fall in January, according to figures from the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML).

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