MOSCOW, Aug 28- Russian consumer electronics and white goods retailer M.video said its online sales surged in the past week as a renewed weakening in the rouble prompted some consumers to splash out on durable goods. The rouble fell sharply against the dollar on Aug. 24, approaching its 2015 low, as prices of oil, Russia's chief export, skidded.» Read More
I've had a bit of time to play with the new iPad mini, and my goal isn't to give you a comprehensive review — there are plenty of gadget sites for that. As CNBC's tech correspondent, my goal is to look at this from an investor's perspective.
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