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As Greece and EU Clash, Clues on Deal Emerge
ATHENS�Greece's finance minister and a representative of its European creditors exchanged grimaces, tough rhetoric and a frosty farewell on Friday, capping a week in which Athens's new antiausterity government roiled its eurozone paymasters almost ...
New Greek Govt Begins Battle Over Bailout  
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Qatar has become the biggest shareholder in British Airways in a deal which has raised fears over security. The gas-rich Middle Eastern state has bought a �1.15billion slice of IAG, which owns BA and Iberia.
Although reports of its demise may have been greatly exaggerated, the development of Google Glass is definitely on hold. On January 15, Google announced that its Glass Explorer program, where developers and well-heeled members of the public tested ...
BT geared up for next week's Premier League broadcasting rights auction by announcing better-than-expected profits, a new, cheaper plan to reduce its �7bn pension-fund black hole, and the launch of ultrafast broadband services.
Labour has seized on the IFS figures as evidence that Britain was trapped in a 'cost of living crisis'. Photograph: Oli Scarff/Getty Images.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is considering introducing a time limit which could block victims of Britain's biggest mis-selling scandal from making a claim.

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