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Richard Branson Named UK's Top Business Leader
Sir Richard Branson was voted the most admired business leader of the past 50 years.(Reuters). Sir Richard Branson has been voted Britain's most admired business leader of the past 50 years, in a poll of top bosses.
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G20 nations, including the US and China, said yesterday they could overcome geopolitical tensions and financial risks to achieve extra combined growth of 1.8 percent, adding trillions of dollars to the world economy.
The Sunday Telegraph: The Scottish independence referendum has damaged the UKs image abroad and delayed overseas investment, says Sir Mike Rake president of the CBI.
London: Scotland's decision to reject independence from the United Kingdom gave British markets a short-term lift Friday but worries over future constitutional changes kept a lid on the relief rally.
This week, British manufacturer of sports and racing cars Lotus Cars has announced up to 325 job losses, representing about one quarter of its global workforce.
Some brokers said buyers were even making offers which were conditional on a No vote, while there were also warnings mortgage deals would have become harder to obtain if Scotland did become independent.

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