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Rolls-Royce pays �671m to settle bribery and corruption
Rolls-Royce has agreed to pay a record �671million to British, US and Brazilian authorities to settle bribery and corruption claims.
Rolls-Royce agrees �671m payment to settle corruption claims  
Rolls-Royce agrees to pay �671m to dodge prosecution over bribery and ...  
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UK households have continued spending strongly since the referendum, but face headwinds this year, Bank of England governor Mark Carney has warned.
A significant number of global business leaders have questioned whether globalization has done anything to tackle inequality or mitigate the issue of climate change, according to a new survey by the audit firm PwC.
Gold breached the psychological $1,200 an ounce barrier on Monday (16 January), as fears over the incoming Donald Trump administration being the most protectionist in US history sent investors seeking safe-haven assets.
For years, Leonardo Del Vecchio has sought to find a successor at Luxottica Group SpA, the eyewear retailer and manufacturer he founded in 1961.
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