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  • Lloyds trims losses

    There was mixed news from Lloyds, Britain’s largest retail bank. Its losses last year at the… 26/02/10 16:31 CET

  • Telefonica dials up in line profit

    Full year profit at Spain’s Telefonica came in pretty much as expected at 7.8 billion euros… 26/02/10 16:30 CET

  • BBC to cut output – papers

    British state-owned broadcaster the BBC is reportedly considering major cutbacks to its radio… 26/02/10 16:30 CET

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  • The Dunera Boys, 70 years on

    A new exhibition in Canberra, Australia remembers the ‘Dunera boys’, a group of Second World War… 26/02/10 16:20 CET

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