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Former Tesco boss Philip Clarke facing questions over accounting scandal
The former chief executive of Tesco, Philip Clarke, is facing growing questions about his role in the accounting scandal that has rocked Britain's biggest retailer.
Tesco rushes in new finance director to deal with accounting scandal  
Desperate Tesco brings in finance boss early as accounting crisis continues  
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Sept 23 (Reuters) - Is it a) funny, b) disturbing, or c) irrelevant that Alibaba went public at a sky-high valuation just at the point at which the red-hot economy which spawned it seems content to settle into a creaky middle age?
BEIJING - A Chinese manufacturing gauge unexpectedly increased this month, suggesting export demand is helping the economy withstand a property slump.
17.15 (close): Eurozone gloom and a drive by the US to tighten the rules that allow foreign takeovers as a way of lowering tax bills rattled investors today.
Figures published by the Office for National (ONS) Statistics today showed public sector borrowing has risen again - this time to �32.4bn between April and July, up from �23bn during the same period last year.
(Recasts with Spirit statement, updates shares). By Neil Maidment. LONDON, Sept 23 (Reuters) - British pub chain Spirit Pub Co said it had rejected a 661 million pound ($1.08 billion) takeover approach from rival Greene King, reasoning it undervalued the ...

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