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LONDON The credibility of one of the European Central Bank's favorite inflation gauges has come into question after a bout of volatility triggered by wild swings in the oil price.
Holidaymakers jetting off to take advantage of the strong pound and escape last month's rain helped easyJet notch up a record August, and is set to see the airline deliver better-than-expected profits.
ANKARA, Sept 4 Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Cevdet Yilmaz said on Friday the Group of 20 leading economies had taken only a third of the steps needed to add 2 percent to their economic output.
Designer brand Hugo Boss has been fined �1.2 million over the death of a four-year-old boy who was killed when an 18-stone mirror crushed him in a shop changing room.
TORONTO Canada's BlackBerry Ltd (BB.TO) said on Friday it will buy rival mobile software provider Good Technology Corp (GDTC.O) for $425 million, to boost its ability to help corporate clients manage smartphones running on different operating systems.

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