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Twitter’s new mobile-app to reach 1bn
Twitter said its new mobile-advertising product will be able to reach more than 1 billion devices, rivaling the number of users on Facebook.
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Facebook adds new mobile feature
Facebook will let people know when their friends are nearby via smartphone notifications, adding features for its growing base of mobile users.
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Barclays sells largest note tied to Facebook
Barclays sold $37.9 million of structured notes tied to shares of Facebook, the largest such offering in the US.
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Compensation war rages over BP's US oil spill
Four years after the Deepwater Horizon spill, oil is still washing up on the long sandy beaches of Grand Isle, Louisiana.
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Cibulkova reaches Malaysian Open semis
World number 10 Dominika Cibulkova narrowly beat Kazakhstan's Zarina Diyas to advance into the semi-finals of the Malaysian Open.
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Pellegrini doesn’t fear for his job
Manuel Pellegrini said he'd no reason to fear for his future as Manchester City manager despite recent results all but scuppering the club's Premier League title hopes this season.
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Nadal admits he’s lacking confidence
Rafael Nadal admitted six weeks before his beloved French Open that he has been struggling with his confidence for months.
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Future is bright for Arsenal - Wenger
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has insisted that whatever happens to the club in the final weeks of the season, the future is bright for the north London side.
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Russia, West far from Ukraine breakthrough
The four-way agreement on Ukraine thrashed out in Geneva is the first sign of progress between Russia and the West in a months-long standoff, but a litany of problems remain unresolved, analysts said.
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Snowden defends Putin phone-in
Fugitive US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden defended his decision to question President Vladimir Putin in a televised phone-in over the extent of Russia's surveillance activities.
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Kiev warns separatists of “actions”
The Ukrainian government warned it could take “more concrete actions” next week if pro-Russian separatists do not end their occupations of public buildings under the terms of an international accord.
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Five injured on the N1
Two children and three adults were injured in an accident on the N1 near Bloemfontein, paramedics said.
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