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The head of British Airways-owner International Airlines Group (IAG) has said his airline's �1.4bn (�1bn) attempt to take over Aer Lingus is not a �must do� deal.
LONDON - Standard Chartered was everybody's favorite bank when banks were considered bad news. The British bank sailed through the financial crisis, enjoying a steady decade of profit growth from markets in Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
On March 3 it will be exactly 150 years since the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation opened for business. Normally such a milestone would prompt celebration: after all, the bank founded by colonial merchants now ranks among the world's largest ...
William Hill said it experienced its worst week of trading in January, and reported a dip in full-year profits for 2014, but maintained it was confident of meeting market expectations for this year.
Justin King, CEO of Sainsbury's is on his last lap as chief executive and is has seen it all before. Photograph: Glenn Copus/Evening Standard/REX/Glenn Copus/Evening Standard/REX.

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