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Heathrow Airport: Rival Expansion Scheme Revealed

The company that wants the go-ahead to expand Heathrow airport has unveiled its proposals.

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Where Does Trump's 'America First' Leave Canada?

Donald Trump has been keeping Canada on its toes since he became US president at the start of last year.

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The Price Of Cutting Off Analysts? For Tesla, It's $2 Billion

Pic: ReutersSAN FRANCISCO: Ducking analysts’ questions has a price: $2 billion (£1.4 billion).

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The World's Biggest IPO Since 2014 Is Here, By A Company Few Outside China Can Pronounce

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The company, the world’s fourth-largest smartphone maker ranked by shipment, has submitted an IPO application to the Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Limited under new listing regulations for technology start-ups.

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Cambridge Analytica: Facebook Data-Harvest Firm To Shut

Cambridge Analytica, the political consultancy at the centre of the Facebook data-sharing scandal, is shutting down.

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Esprit Says To Close Loss-Making Operations In Australia, New Zealand

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HONG KONG - Fashion group Esprit Holdings Ltd <0330.HK> said on Thursday it plans to shut its loss-making operations in Australia and New Zealand, concentrating resources in developing Asian markets in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore and Malaysia.

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Oil Prices Fall On Rising U.S. Crude Inventories, Record Production

SINGAPORE: Oil prices fell early on Thursday, pulled down by a rise in U.S. crude inventories and record weekly U.S. production, which is countering efforts by producer cartel OPEC to cut supplies and prop up prices.

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Asia Shares Shackled By Trade Tensions, Dollar Stays Firm

SYDNEY: Asian shares were subdued on Thursday ahead of anxiously-awaited Sino-U.S. trade talks, while the U.S. dollar consolidated recent bumper gains after the Federal Reserve reaffirmed the outlook for more rate hikes this year.

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Cyberwarfare, Populism Top 'Black Swan' Events At Milken Conference

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - Cyberwarfare and populism are some of the top risks that could threaten global stability and financial markets in the years ahead, investors and policymakers warned at the annual Milken Institute Global Conference this week, as they characterized them as black swan events.

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How Samsung Fell Behind Sony And LG In The Premium TV Market

SEOUL - At the 2013 annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, flashy organic light-emitting diode (OLED) televisions sporting credit card-thin screens were at the front and center of Samsung Electronics’ (005930.KS) new gadgets display.

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