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A daily update on the latest business and economic news. Live on weekdays at 8.15 am Paris time.

Latest update : 2014-07-22

Rise of the Robots

Some people call it the robolution, not out of fear robots will take over the world but rather take over the office. Analysts say as the multi-billion-euro industry grows, it becomes likelier sophisticated robots will be our colleagues. And happy birthday to Prince George, who turns one year old today. Apparently he's already become a trendsetter like his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge.

By William HILDERBRANDT

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2017-03-27 Brexit

Startled startups flee UK ahead of Brexit

What's the next step for British startups looking to leave the UK due to Brexit? We take a closer look. Also today, Uber hits pause on its driverless car programme and New...

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2017-03-23 eurozone

US department store Sears faces possible closure

The future of US department store chain Sears is in doubt as it faces mounting losses and a shifting market. Meanwhile, the eurozone's chief is in hot water over some...

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2017-03-22 Uber

More countries suspend Brazilian meat imports amid scandal

The fallout from Brazil's meatpacking scandal keeps piling up as more countries suspend imports. Hong Kong, Canada, Mexico and Switzerland have joined the list of countries with...

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2017-03-21 agriculture

French candidates slug it out over economy

France's presidential hopefuls have put forth their visions for the country's economy during a historic debate. Meanwhile, a scandal over tainted Brazilian meat deepens, and...

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2017-03-20 Brazil

Over 30 Brazilian companies accused of selling tainted meat

In Brazil, authorities allege that major meat processing companies bribed officials in order to allow them to sell rotten beef and poultry. The government is now attempting to...

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