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#Boeing sells first parts to #Iran since 1979

Boeing has sold plane parts to Iran Air, the first time it has done business with the Tehran's national carrier since the 1979 hostage crisis, the US aviation firm reported.

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#Total CEO killed in Moscow airport accident

Christophe de Margerie, the chief executive officer of Total SA, the French oil company, has been killed in an accident at Moscow's Vnukovo airport, according to official sources.

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#Toyota recalls 1.75 million cars worldwide

Japanese carmaker Toyota has said it is recalling 1.75 million of its vehicles globally over faulty brakes and other glitches that could pose a fire risk.

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#Venezuela ordered to pay $1.6bn to #Exxon

An international arbitration panel has ordered Venezuela's government to pay $1.6bn to oil-giant Exxon Mobil for the seizure of a major oil project in the country, along with other losses.

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#Chile suspends Goldcorp's El Morro mine

Chile's Supreme court has suspended the development of El Morro mine after siding with indigenous groups opposing it.

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#IMF lowers global economic forecast

IMFThe International Monetary Fund has cut its projections for the whole world's economic growth for this year and next, citing stagnation in advanced economies.

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Hewlett-Packard to split into two busineses

Hewlett-Packard (HP) has announced it is to split itself into two companies, one focused on its personal computer and printing business, and another on technology services, such as data storage, servers and software, as it aims to drive stronger profitability.

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JPMorgan Chase discloses major data breach

A cyberattack against JPMorgan Chase & Co this summer has compromised customer information for about 76 million households and seven million small businesses, according to the bank.

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#China supplier of #Samsung sues US watchdog

A Chinese supplier of Samsung Electronics has filed a lawsuit accusing a New York-based labour watchdog of spreading false rumours of child labour, but the group says it has evidence to support its report.

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EU upholds tough sanctions on #Russia

violence in UkraineThe EU has said it will uphold tough sanctions on Russia until a ceasefire agreement between pro-Russia separatists in eastern Ukraine and Kiev is fully implemented.

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