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Tesco suspends four executives over �250m accounting scandal
Tesco, Britain's biggest retailer, has suspended four senior executives after uncovering a "serious issue" with its accounts that means profits for the last six months have been overstated by �250m.
Tesco suspends top executives as shares dive 10%  Daily Mail
Tesco Investors Vent Amid Probe Into Overstated Profit Estimates  Businessweek
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Tesco's Accounting Irregularities Are Mind Blowing
It wasn't long ago that Tesco Tesco was a retail darling. Across the industry it was held up as a great example of a Retail Winner.
Commercial Income? As Usual, In Tesco Accounting Error, There's Wiggle Room  Wall Street Journal (blog)
What went wrong at Tesco?  Financial Times
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Siemens splurges $7.6 billion on Dresser-Rand in US shale market bet
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Germany's Siemens AG (SIEGn.DE) has agreed to buy U.S. oilfield equipment maker Dresser-Rand Group Inc (DRC.
WRAPUP 4-Siemens splurges $7.6 bln on Dresser-Rand in US shale market bet  Reuters
Dresser-Rand Group Inc. Shareholder Alert: Bernstein Liebhard LLP Announces ...  MarketWatch
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EU regulators say will approve British EDF nuclear project
BRUSSELS, Sept 22 (Reuters) - European Union state aid regulators will clear Britain's proposal to build a 16-billion-pound ($26.15 billion) nuclear plant with French utility EDF, a European Commission official said on Monday.
EU Set to Approve New UK Nuclear Plant  Wall Street Journal
EU regulators say will approve Britain's nuclear project with EDF  Reuters UK
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Aldermore pushes button on �900m stockmarket debut
Aldermore, the challenger bank, has unveiled plans for a stock market float as it seeks to fill a shortfall of up to �60bn in the market for small business lending.
Aldermore IPO is on  Interactive Investor
Aldermore float could value the bank up to �900m  The Guardian
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Royal Mint launches online gold coin trading
The Royal Mint has entered the online precious metals market with the launch of a platform that allows investors to buy and sell bullion coins.
Online gold bullion trading launched by The Royal Mint  Market Business News
1000-year-old Royal Mint puts its gold bullion up for sale  Times of India
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Brunel's Great Western Railway structures uncovered
Remnants of buildings built by the engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel have been uncovered during work on London's �14.8bn Crossrail project.
Brunel's Great Western Railway foundations uncovered
Isambard Kingdom Brunel's Victorian-era Railway Uncovered in UK's ...  Yahoo News UK
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WPP takes stake in technology group AppNexus
WPP has acquired a 15 per cent stake in AppNexus, a fast-growing advertising technology company that competes with Google and was recently valued at $1.2bn.
AppNexus Gets WPP Funds, Buys Xaxis OAS Platform  Daily Research News Online
Why New York's Hottest Startup, Valued at $1.2 Billion, Just Sold A Huge ...  Businessinsider India
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London penthouse breaks record for most expensive home ever sold in the UK
A penthouse flat in Mayfair has just broken the record for the most expensive home ever sold in the UK - smashing the previous record, also in Mayfair, of �5000 per square foot.
Mayfair property prices break �5000 per sq ft record  The Guardian
British Land secures record price for Mayfair properties overlooking Green Park  Evening Standard
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London Mining off 8% after stand-off with Glencore
Shares in London Mining (LON:LOND) lost another 8% today after it emerged it is in dispute with Glencore over a cash pre-payment. The company said it is �considering its options�, including terminating its agreement with Glencore.
London Mining in iron ore payment dispute with Glencore  Financial Times
London Mining Plc And Glencore PLC Slide After Payments Dispute  Yahoo Finance UK
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