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BHP Billiton chief Andrew Mackenzie sees his pay cut 43pc as commodities slump

BHP Billiton has taken the knife to the pay of its chief executive as the world’s largest mining conglomerate continues to adjust to the slump in commodities markets. Mr Mackenzie’s

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WSJ: Short-Term Bond Funds Offer Alternative to Money-Market Funds

With short-term interest rates stuck at record lows — many money market funds yield only 0.01 percent — where should investors stick their cash? One alternative is short-term bond funds.

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Domino’s makes another foray into dessert arena

This week, I reached out for a Marbled Cookie Brownie, the latest “take aim” at the elusive dessert category, served up by Domino’s, with 11,900 restaurants in all 50 states

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Volkswagen emissions scandal: all your questions answered

Volkswagen is embroiled in one of the biggest corporate scandals of recent years. Here’s our complete guide to what’s happened, and what it all means. What did Volkswagen do? The

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Business rates appeal proposals are ‘barrier to justice’ for UK firms

New business rates legislation, proposed in the Government’s , will increase the administrative burden on small firms, encourage rogue cowboys looking to profit from vulnerable firms and will act as

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