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New escalation: Cross-border shelling between Israel and Lebanon (part 2)

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New escalation: Cross-border shelling between Israel and Lebanon (part 1)

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Facebook user base now bigger than China’s population

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Michelle Obama was not blurred out on Saudi TV

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Mali: Twelve people die in suicide attack against MNLA

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Libya violence: At least four foreigners among those killed in hotel attack

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A Lebanese prison 'run by Islamists', and children tear-gassed in Kenya

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Pegida, the movement dividing Germany

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Film Show: 'The Imitation Game', 'Phoenix' and the French Oscars

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BUSINESS DAILY

BUSINESS DAILY

Latest update : 2013-09-04

Investors cautious over Microsoft's move on Nokia

Microsoft shares dipped by 4.5% after the company bought Finnish phonemaker Nokia’s handset business. Investors are concerned over how well the company will move into producing devices. Meanwhile, one man has decided to take his complaint on customer service to the next level by buying a "promoted" tweet on Twitter.

By Matthew WARREN

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2015-01-28 Apple

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2015-01-26 eurozone

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2015-01-23 Davos forum

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2015-01-23 Yemen

Davos 2015: Doing business in an unstable climate

Bassim Haidar is a telecoms entrepreneur who started his Channel IT firm in Nigeria, and now operates in 19 countries across Africa and the Middle East. He says his company has...

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