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Paul Sandle
London, November 10, 2015
Core earnings for the 5 months to end-September rose 1.9 per cent to 5.79 billion pounds, beating expectations of 5.69 billion, as investment in its networks started to pay off.

Paul Sandle
London, November 10, 2015
Britain's Vodafone said  that it has started preparations to float its Indian unit as it reported a return to earnings growth for the group as a whole in the first half.

Kate Holton
London, July 23, 2015
Reuters reported earlier on Thursday that the 171-year-old Pearson had finally decided to sell the pink-paged business daily after years of speculation that it could be sold as Pearson expanded into education.

Simon Jessop and Paul Sandle
London, July 8, 2015
The shock decision came after the board decided new leadership was required to take the bank forward following a period of lacklustre results and uncertainty about the bank's future structure.

Paul Sandle
London, January 19, 2015
Oxfam said it would call for action to tackle rising inequality at the Davos meeting, which starts on Wednesday, including a crackdown on tax dodging by corporations.

Ben Hirschler and Paul Sandle
London, May 14, 2014
\"As we put these companies together, we will continue with our pipeline, AZ will continue with theirs,\" Pfizer's Chief Executive Ian Read told lawmakers on a second day of questioning about what could be the biggest ever UK corporate deal.

Paul Sandle
London, March 26, 2014
HTC says the One M8 has larger display, improved camera technology, faster processor and updated software compared to predecessor One.

Paul Sandle and Euan Rocha
Barcelona/Toronto, February 27, 2014
BlackBerry Ltd unveiled a new, cheaper touchscreen smartphone and a \"classic\" model with a keyboard  'Z3' on Tuesday, as it tries to stem losses and win back once-devoted security-conscious business and government users.

Paul Sandle
Barcelona, February 24, 2014
Microsoft Corp is pushing to reach a far wider audience for smartphones running its Windows Phone software by turning to cheaper chipsets and easing restrictions on how phone makers use its software to encourage them to drive down costs.