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Desperate Tesco brings in finance boss early as accounting crisis continues
Tesco has parachuted in its new finance director three months early as the supermarket chain seeks to get a grip of an accounting scandal that has plunged the retailer into crisis.
Tesco starts new CFO early after revealing profit overstatement  
Tesco brings in new finance boss early to fix accounting scandal  
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More than 100,000 owners of valuable homes - mostly in London - would have to pay on average nearly �1,000 a month in mansion tax under a future Labour government.
Barclays has been fined �37.7m for failing to safeguard its clients' money in the largest of more than a dozen penalties handed out by the UK regulator to financial institutions over this issue.
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.
Britain's finances remained under pressure last month after figures showed borrowing reached �11.6 billion, an increase of �700 million on a year ago.
... * Sale could come before the end of the month -sources. * Advisers making informal pitches to Lloyds -sources. * 90-day lock-up expires at Tuesday market close.

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