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UK eyes new sanctions against Russia after Skripal attack

UK eyes new sanctions against Russia after Skripal attack

Ministers push Theresa May for tough response after poisoning in Salisbury

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South Korea’s elderly overtake young in workforce

South Korea’s elderly overtake young in workforce

Demographic crisis as poverty forces over-60s to work while young struggle to find jobs

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Poland: The damage done by Nazi crimes law

Poland: The damage done by Nazi crimes law

Warsaw has provoked outrage with a law against attributing Nazi crimes to the Polish nation or state, raising fears among the country’s Jewish community

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Quirky, by Melissa Schilling

Quirky, by Melissa Schilling

The foibles and genius of eight breakthrough innovators who changed the world

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Dow Chemical’s Andrew Liveris to Depart; Jim Fitterling to be CEO of New Dow After Breakup

Dow Chemical’s Andrew Liveris to Depart; Jim Fitterling to be CEO of New Dow After Breakup

Longtime Dow Chemical leader Andrew Liveris plans to step down next month, ending a nearly 14-year tenure that culminated with the chemical giant’s combination last year with rival DuPont.

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US backs firearm training for ‘qualified’ school staff

US backs firearm training for ‘qualified’ school staff

White House supports measures including stricter background checks and safety programmes

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Global Britain strategy ‘risks damaging UK reputation’

Global Britain strategy ‘risks damaging UK reputation’

Cross-party committee of MPs critical of ‘superficial branding exercise’

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Former guerrilla to face rightwing senator in Colombia poll

Former guerrilla to face rightwing senator in Colombia poll

Petro and Duque win big in elections featuring Farc veterans for first time

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Le Pen renames party in effort to broaden appeal

Le Pen renames party in effort to broaden appeal

Rassemblement National rebranding to help leader seek political alliances

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Tata Motors looks to move beyond expensive Nano failure

Tata Motors looks to move beyond expensive Nano failure

As Jaguar Land Rover stalls, Indian carmaker’s sales accelerate in core home market

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Accounting watchdogs find ‘serious problems’ at 40% of audits

Accounting watchdogs find ‘serious problems’ at 40% of audits

World’s top accounting firms face fresh concerns about quality of their work

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Hunt is on for a cure for dementia as more drugs flunk final stages

Hunt is on for a cure for dementia as more drugs flunk final stages

Scientists are focusing on new trials that will be an important test of the ‘amyloid plaque’ hypothesis

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U.S. Trading Partners Seek Guidance on How to Avoid Tariffs

U.S. Trading Partners Seek Guidance on How to Avoid Tariffs

American and European officials are planning new talks this week as U.S. allies seek ways to avoid steel and aluminum tariffs and China signaled it is poised to retaliate.

Published 4 months ago

Why Intel Is So Wary of a Broadcom-Qualcomm Merger

Why Intel Is So Wary of a Broadcom-Qualcomm Merger

The revelation that Intel is considering buying Broadcom, a company valued at more than $100 billion, shows the depth to which the chip giant feels threatened by a potential tie-up between Broadcom and its rival Qualcomm .

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