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Greeks queue at ATM
Only 10 per cent of borrowed money has gone to the Greek people
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Contributions of €5000 will be rewarded with a Greek holiday for two
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The trading loss compared with the £22.6m deficit of just three years earlier
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The message displayed on the monitor of a Piraeus Bank ATM in Athens. The Bank of Greece has recommended imposing restrictions on bank withdrawals
Banks have no way to replenish fast diminishing deposits
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A general view shows the skyline of a central business district in Beijing on November 27, 2013. Foreign investment into China rose 5.77 percent on year in the first 10 months of 2013, the government said on November 19.
Shanghai and Shenzhen indices lose £1.6trn in paper value  in just 17 days
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EU and Greek flags fly outside the Acropolis in Athens yesterday, as Greece asked its EU creditors for a six-month bailout extension

It started as a joke at an Apple conference. An audience member piped up that Apple should use its mass of cash – which now amounts to $194 billion – to buy Greece.

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Greek Finance Minister Yianis Varoufakis (L) listens to the Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras addressing his MP's and ministers at the Greek Parliament
Greece could be forgiven for making things difficult for itself with the deadline looming.
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Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission
Jean-Claude Juncker spoke out after Greece and its creditors failed to reach an agreement.
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Even if a deal is arranged, the Greek government will not have enough time to pass reforms
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Sir Richard Branson was speaking on the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show
Sir Richard Branson and the boss of General Electric UK have please for the EU.
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Greeks queue at a cash point
The Greek government has imposed capital controls on its citizens in an attempt to prevent more going abroad.
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Channel 4’s headquarters was designed by Richard Rogers and is thought to be worth £85m
A decade after bulldozers went in to the BBC’s Pebble Mill Studios in Birmingham, the broadcaster could move.
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Greece poster
As tensions of Greece's position escalate an economist has said that he believes 'Grexit' is likelyto happen in a few weeks.
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Supermarket giant Tesco plans to cut the sugar content of its soft drinks by five per cent every year, in what campaigners described as the first 'major sugar reduction programme' of any retailer
Sales in Ireland also fell by 4.4% compared to 5.6% one year ago
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Jeroen Dijsselbloem, (L) head of the euro zone finance ministers' group, and Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis shake hands after their common press conference at the ministry in Athens. Greece's government will not cooperate with the EU and IMF mission bankrolling the country and will not seek an extension to the bailout programme, its finance minister said
Yanis Varoufakis said that Greece was committed to staying in the eurozone
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Francois Hollande has waded into the row over controversial taxi service
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Heathrow is one of the world’s busiest airports with over 70 million passengers a year
Stewart Wingate said that any recommendation would end up 'gathering dust on a shelf'
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Alexis Tsipras and Jean-Claude Juncker, the head of the European Commission, failed to break the impasse of Greece’s unending debt crisis (EPA)
European leaders could miss deadlines for Greece to unlock €7.2bn in bailout funds
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In the fast lane: Asian buyers have turbocharged sales of the company’s supercars
McLaren’s problems on the Formula One track didn’t dent sales of its supercars last year.
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Network Rail runs and maintains 20,000 miles of track and 18 major stations from Glasgow Central down to Bristol Temple Meads

Rothschild hired to look into the sale as upgrades are delayed and bonuses cancelled

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Polonius in ‘Hamlet’ counselled against debt
'Neither a borrower nor a lender be,' burbled Shakespeare’s Polonius. Ben Chu says it’s worth asking: Why do we borrow?
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Sir Richard Branson, founder of the Virgin empire

Jim Armitage says that while it may sound good the $500m project has many pitfalls

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The Chinese way: many investors haven’t completed high school

Shanghai Duolun Industry, a Chinese real estate company, managed to win over investors with a little re-branding in May. Ana Swanson reports.

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Quindell deals in insurance claims but now faces its own sink or swim situation
The insurance claim outsourcer – the one-time darling of AIM – has shares suspended as new inquiry begins. Jamie Nimmo reports on an extraordinary fall from grace
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The estate has pumped money into transforming Regent Street into a luxury retail attraction, with brands such as J.Crew
As the portfolio posts record profits, with West End plans afoot, it shows no sign of slowing. But the estate is also under scrutiny. Joanna Bourke reports
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A protester shouts slogans during a pro-European demonstration in front of the Greek parliament in Athens. Greece's international lenders raised hopes for a vital bailout agreement to save Athens from default and a possible euro exit, despite warning no deal was likely at an emergency summit
Jim Armitage on the two key points commentators unerringly miss about the Greek crisis talks
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What does the Greek Prime Minister have in common with the men who ran big banks on the eve of the global financial crisis? Ben Chu reports
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Ferrero, the Italian chocolatier behind Kinder Eggs, Nutella and Ferrero Rocher, now owns a 29.9 per cent stake in Thornton
Jim Armitage laments Thorntons disappearance into the Italian maw of Ferrero
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This year’s model: the summer look at Asos. A £1,000 investment in the retailer in 2001 would now be worth £160,000
Amid scandals such as Langbar and success stories like Asos and Majestic Wine, investors will have mixed feelings on the junior market’s anniversary. Jamie Nimmo looks back on a chequered past and asks if the future will be more rewarding
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Jerry Greenfield, co-founder of Ben & Jerry’s, hasn’t been chilling out since selling to Unilever. As he tells Margareta Pagano, he’s still passionate about ‘hippy values’. And now he’s helping other entrepreneurs

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