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Sir Stelios pushes to oust Fastjet chairman
Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou has ramped up his campaign against the management of Fastjet, the Africa-focused budget airline he co-founded, by calling for the removal of the struggling carrier's executive chairman.
DAILY BRIEFING: Watchdog to examine Sainsbury's �1.4bn takeover of Argos owner ...  
UPDATE 1-EasyGroup calls for removal of Fastjet Chairman Colin Child  
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FEDERAL Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said the ongoing improvement in the US economy would warrant another interest rate increase "in the coming months," stopping short of giving an explicit hint that the central bank would act in June.
A strong warning that austerity policies can do more harm than good has been delivered by economists from the International Monetary Fund, in a critique of the neoliberal doctrine that has dominated economics for the past three decades.
The boss of the company formerly known as Quindell has insisted the firm has put its scandal-hit past behind it, despite the troubled business slumping to yet another heavy annual loss.
The sale of Tata Steel's long products business, which employs more than 4,000 people in the UK, will be completed next week. 12:40, UK, Saturday 28 May 2016.
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