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Nepal earthquake on social media

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France steps up cyber defence in wake of attacks

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End of an era as Volkswagen's Piech resigns

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Police beat kids in Guinea, and militias dynamite homes in Iraq

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Latest update : 2013-10-16

An interview with technology entrepreneur Gautier Machelon

As the deadline to raise the US debt ceiling looms, the Fitch credit ratings agency says it’s putting the US AAA rating under review. Here in France, we speak to the winner of the Ivy Prize for young leaders in the technology sector, Gautier Machelon, co-founder of the multiposting.fr jobs website. We ask him for his views on the business climate in France.

By Matthew WARREN

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2015-04-27 Volkswagen

End of an era as Volkswagen's Piech resigns

After a public power struggle with his chief executive, Ferdinand Piech has stepped down as chairman of Volkswagen. He spent two decades as the most prominent voice at Germany’s...

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2015-04-24 British Royal Family

Alice, Posh or Tyrone? Bookmakers take bets on new royal baby name

Brits are already placing bets on everything from dates to weights for the second royal baby. A whopping 83% are betting it will be a girl. We find out what names are the odds-on...

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2015-04-23 Brazil

Turmoil leads to first loss in decades for Petrobras

Brazil's state-controlled oil giant Petrobras reported a $7.2bn loss for last year. The firm was hit hard by writedowns and corruption charges. Plus, the European Union takes on...

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2015-04-22 retail

Tesco's tough times: Supermaket chain reports record loss

Tesco, the world's third-largest retailer, has reported the biggest pre-tax loss in its 96-year history, of €8.9 billion. The company's earnings were hit by a writedown of the...

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2015-04-21 Gazprom

EU set to launch antitrust case against Gazprom

The European Union is set to accuse the Russian gas company Gazprom of abusing its dominant position in the European market. The charges are set to be announced later this week....

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