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IBM posts lower 1Q earnings
IBM says revenue fell amid an ongoing decline in its hardware business.
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Asian stocks struggle higher
Asian share markets eked out gains on Thursday after dovish comments from the head of the US Federal Reserve.
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AmEx benefits as spending picks up
American Express says its net income climbed 12 percent in the first quarter, helped by higher spending by its cardholders.
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Telecom Italia overhauls board
Telecom Italia investors elected a new chairman on Wednesday and overhauled the company's board in a bid to bring greater transparency and efficiency to the group.
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Unbalanced City held by Sunderland
Manchester City’s Premier League title hopes were dealt a crushing blow after their draw against Sunderland.
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Carter has unfinished RWC business
All Blacks flyhalf Dan Carter has unfinished business at the Rugby World Cup and will ensure that he is in peak form to remedy the situation.
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Union welcomes quotas postponement
Solidarity has welcomed reports that plans for top sporting codes to implement quotas favouring black players would be postponed.
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Tevez denies rift with Messi
Carlos Tevez has denied that a falling out with Lionel Messi is behind his ongoing absence from the Argentina side.
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Busses, taxis fail roadworthy tests
Almost 60 percent of public transport vehicles recently tested are unfit to be on roads.
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Officer killed in Cape cop shop
A police officer was shot dead while on duty at the Klapmuts police station, Western Cape police said.
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17 injured in truck smash
Seventeen people were injured when a truck overturned and rolled down a steep embankment near Newcastle, paramedics said.
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Vote-no drive sign of democratic maturity
Spoiling your ballot is a greater contribution to democracy than staying at home, writes Ibrahim Saleh.
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