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IAG steps closer to Aer Lingus takeover
International Airlines Group (IAG), the owner of British Airways, is taking a step closer to its �1bn takeover of Aer Lingus after the Irish government received a report by its steering committee into the deal.
Irish government receives report on Aer Lingus sale  
'There were a few moments where I thought: Is this real?'  
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Whitbread has poached a top banker to become its head barista as it picked Lloyds' head of retail, Alison Brittain, to succeed Andy Harrison as chief executive of the Costa Coffee to Premier Inns group.
... * Strongest Greek comment yet on likelihood of default. * Money for IMF 'is not there to be given'. * Energy minister complains of 'drip-feed torture' (Adds energy minister, background).
It is all up to Alexis Tsipras now. The Greek prime minister will decide soon whether or not he wants a deal with his creditors that would allow Athens to service its debt.
Reuters LONDON (Reuters) - The Bank of England plans to assess the implications of a possible British exit from the European Union, it said in a statement, confirming an e-mail it inadvertently sent to a newspaper about the supposedly confidential research ...
Online retailer Amazon has started paying tax on profits from its sales to German customers in Germany instead of in Luxembourg. The change took effect on May 1, Sueddeutsche Zeitung daily quoted the company as saying on Sunday.

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