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Latest update : 2013-10-04

Billions of tweets but still no profits: Twitter gives financial info ahead of IPO

Twitter gives potential investors the chance to peek under the bonnet as it publishes financial details. It has growing revenues, but growing losses too. This is ahead of a planned flotation in which the company hopes to raise up to $1 billion. Meanwhile, here in France, growth forecasts for 2013 have been upgraded to 0.2% - a small but welcome improvement for the government.

By Matthew WARREN

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2016-07-27 Apple

Another drop in iPhone sales, so why are Apple shares rising?

Apple has seen another fall in quarterly sales of its flagship product, the iPhone. The comapny's profits fell by 27% in the three months to the end of June, but its shares rose...

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2016-07-26 Air France

Air France set for fresh strike action

Two unions representing cabin crew at Air France have called a week-long strike, starting on Wednesday. The airline has been forced to cancel 10% of its long-haul flights, and...

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2016-07-25 Yahoo

Verizon set to buy Yahoo's internet business

Yahoo prepares to sell its core internet business to Verizon, the telecoms giant which has reportedly won the bidding war for the struggling tech firm. Also today - with the...

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2016-07-22 Donald Trump

Trump hopes to reset America's trade relations

As Donald Trump formally accepts his party's nomination for president, we look at the Republican candidate's trade policies. From the two-decades-old NAFTA deal to ongoing...

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2016-07-21 currencies

Top HSBC executive charged over currency fraud

The global head of foreign exchange trading at HSBC, Mark Johnson, has been charged with fraud in the currency markets in the United States. Another former HSBC trader, Stuart...

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