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Troubled supermarket giant Tesco says its new chief financial officer, Alan Stewart, is joining the company immediately, more than two months earlier than originally planned.
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The FTSE 100 falls sharply, with drugs shares hit by new US tax rules that are seen as making UK firms less desirable takeover targets.
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Eurozone business growth cooled again in September, with activity expanding at its slowest pace since December, a closely-watched survey indicates.
Dutch electronics giant Philips says it is planning to split the company in two, separating its lighting business from its healthcare division.
China's biggest privately-held company Fosun joins a bidding war for Portuguese hospital operator Espirito Santo Saude.
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The White House announces new treasury department measures aimed at stopping companies avoiding US taxes by merging with overseas firms.
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Mick Cash is elected general secretary of the Rail, Maritime and Transport Union following the death of previous leader Bob Crow.
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A report into alleged corruption at Fifa, football's world governing body, could lead to criminal charges, an MP believes.
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