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ECB at odds over leaving bond buys open-ended: minutes

24.11.2017 European Central Bank policymakers disagreed on leaving the bank's mass bond-buying programme open-ended..... click to read more.

China's Okay Airways orders five Boeing Dreamliners for $1.4 bn

24.11.2017 Boeing and China's first privately owned airline, Okay Airways, have finalised a $1.4-billion order for five Dreamliner jets, the two companies said on Thursday... click to read more.

European markets flat as Wall Street stays shut for Thanksgiving

24.11.2017 Europe's major stock markets were flat to firmer on Thursday, with the US markets shut for Thanksgiving... click to read more.

Shareholders open legal front against Altice

23.11.2017 Shareholders unhappy with the plunge in the value of shares in Altice plan to sue the French and US telecoms firm, which said Wednesday it is the victim of a malicious PR attack... click to read more.

Energy-saving LEDs boost light pollution worldwide

23.11.2017 They were supposed to bring about an energy revolution..... click to read more.

Uber in legal crosshairs over hack cover-up

23.11.2017 Two US states said Wednesday they are investigating Uber's cover-up of a hack at the ride-sharing giant that compromised the personal information of 57 million users and drivers... click to read more.

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