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MILAN - Italians aren't the biggest coffee drinkers in Europe - that title goes to the Finns - but their nation's link with cafe culture is etched on every menu board, giving the world the espresso, the mocha and the latte.
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WASHINGTON - New York's top state bank regulator called on Washington on Monday to spare community banks from the most complex parts of new rules requiring more capital to withstand financial shocks.
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DUBAI - A Dubai cafe, trying to give a modern twist to an old Bedouin tradition, has started putting camel products on its menu.
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BOSTON - If you are stuck in a cycle of procrastination, don't despair - a few simple steps can help you break out of the malaise, says Harvard Business Review.
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France eyeing lower tax rate on small firms: minister
PARIS - The French government is considering a reduction in the tax rate small and medium-sized companies pay on profits, possibly to 30 percent from just over 33 percent at present, Budget Minister Jerome Cahuzac said on Thursday.
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Entrepreneurs face obstacle course in France
PARIS - It took some nerve for 10 engineers in a Paris basement to take on electronics giant Fujitsu for a $20 million contract to supply European planemaker Airbus with a new kind of data tag for its aircraft parts.
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Gaza deaf restaurant a chance to change perceptions
GAZA - A restaurant run and staffed by deaf people opened for business in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, helped by Palestinians seeking to build a more inclusive society where people with disabilities can realize their full potential.
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Afghan entrepreneur defies war to squeeze out a juice empire
KABUL - From a gritty walled compound in a fringe of Kabul better known for bombs and violent demonstrations, Mustafa Sadiq is building a global empire on fruit, selling Afghan produce to the health-conscious in Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
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CEOs urge compromise on U.S. fiscal cliff, debt
WASHINGTON - Corporate chief executives ramped up their calls on Monday for Congress to reach a compromise deal that keeps the looming "fiscal cliff" from crushing the U.S. economy and starts to shrink U.S. debt levels.
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NEW YORK/MUMBAI - Auditing of U.S. corporations' financial books, a vital underpinning of investor confidence, increasingly relies on work carried out in India, where there is no clear system of oversight.
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