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Takata shares fell as much as 3.5% on Monday as media reports suggest more recalls over faulty airbags supplied by the Japanese company. Sunday's Nikkei newspaper said that Japanese car maker Honda will recall an additional 20 million airbags provided by Takata. Honda shares edged 0.6% higher despite the news. Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 index rose...

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Carmaker Daimler has seen a big increase in profits, despite fears that China's economic slowdown would hit demand for its luxury vehicles. Its Mercedes-Benz cars actually saw a 39% sales increase in China in the third quarter, bucking the downward economic trend. The firm's profits in the July-to-September period rose 31% to €3.6bn. However, net profit fell 14%,...

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Last time we checked in on Martin Shkreli, he was in handcuffs thanks to charges of securities fraud. Since freed, Shkreli has apparently kept busy, finding the time to spit some rhymes, give an interview — as well as lose his CEO role at two different pharmaceutical companies. On Sunday, Shkreli sat with Fox's New York affiliate for his...

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Embattled Saatchi and Saatchi executive director Kevin Roberts has resigned following a gender diversity row. In a brief statement, the company's parent group, Publicis, said he would leave in September. Mr Roberts had said the lack of women in leadership roles was not "a problem" in the advertising industry. Following the announcement of his resignation, the 66-year-old said he...

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Between the heights of "Wiggomania" in the summer of 2012 and now, Sir Bradley Wiggins has slowly transformed himself as a public figure, preparing the road for his post-Rio career, writes Alex Murray. In 2012, "Wiggo" became the first British man to win the Tour de France and Olympic gold in the same year. Not bad for a working-class...

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Eurozone finance ministers say they have made progress in talks about the bailout programme for Greece. But they said after a meeting in Amsterdam on Friday that further work was still needed. They said they are hopeful that an agreement can reached in the next few days and are ready to call an extraordinary meeting. That...

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Richard Gasquet held his serve 13 times in a row after dropping the first set to eventually eliminate Tomas Berdych from the US Open. The 12th seed will now play Roger Federer, who beat John Isner, in the quarter-finals after winning 2-6 6-3 6-4 6-1 in two hours and 27 minutes on Monday. It didn't always look as though...

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MyRepublic, an up-and-coming Singaporean broadband Internet provider, has set its sights on Australia. The company hopes to launch services in Australia in mid-2016, cofounder Malcolm Rodrigues told Fairfax Media Tuesday. The company has already expanded from Singapore, where it says it supplies Internet to more than 30,000 homes and businesses, into New Zealand and Indonesia. MyRepublic prides itself on...

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When future generations sit by your knee and ask "how did punk die?" as you relax in your rocker, be sure to tell them it happened in the Newark airport. CBGB, the former East Village palace of punk music and "home of underground rock" that suffered severe indignity when it became a John Varvatos store in 2008, is...

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An indigenous community in northern Canada has declared a state of emergency after 11 people attempted to take their own lives in one day. The Attawapiskat First Nation in Ontario saw 28 suicide attempts in March and more than 100 since last September, Canadian media said, with one person is reported to have died. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called...

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