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Australian winemaker TWE shares drop
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Brands to be added in music videos
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Apple says bent iPhones are 'rare'
Apple responds to claims that its new handsets are prone to bending by saying such damage would be "rare" during normal use.

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Leading US shares close sharply lower, dragged lower by Apple, which slipped 3.8% after the technology giant was forced to pull an update to its iOS 8 operating system.

Google hits back at News Corp blog
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Prada bosses probed for tax evasion
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UK manufacturers 'want to stay in EU'
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Ebola can 'ruin W Africa economies'
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Uganda predicts bigger coffee crop
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Investment in Zimbabwe more than halved in the first six months of 2014, the country's central bank chief announces as President Mugabe visits China.

China uncovers $10bn fake trades
China uncovers $10bn worth of fake trades among companies as part of a nationwide crackdown.

India coal scandal permits scrapped
India's top court scraps almost all coal mining permits awarded since 1993 in a corruption scandal which has cost the country tens of billions of dollars.

Probe into Tesco's South Korea brand
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Ryder Cup '£40m of free advertising'
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Liverpool under FFP investigation
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World Cup fever boosts Nike profit
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India's farmers turn to technology
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Vauxhall warns over Corsa steering
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Ford recalls cars with airbag fault
US car giant Ford announces it is recalling about 850,000 cars in North America for a "potential issue" with airbags.

Car insurance market faces overhaul
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