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Meet the secretive billionaire who toppled Apple in China

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Duan Yongping is convinced Tim Cook didn’t have a clue who he was when they first met a couple years ago. 


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Swiss Re expects to take a £2.7bn hit from catastrophes

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India stiffens restrictions on trade with North Korea

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Billionaire Democratic donor Tom Steyer launches nationwide call for Trump's impeachment

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Film agency APA investigating claim that Hollywood agent sexually assaulted young actor

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Far-right blogger Chuck C. Johnson gave bitcoin donation to Dana Rohrabacher

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Banks, technology lead early gains for U.S. stocks

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Robin Thede joins the late-night fray to speak to viewers historically excluded from the demographic

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