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Tesco chairman Sir Richard Broadbent under pressure
Tesco woes were compounded today by industry sale figures revealing it was the worst-performing UK supermarket over the past three months.
Tesco investors put Sir Richard Broadbent in the frame  
Tesco says Stewart to start CFO job early  
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Top stories

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.
... * Taking longer than expected to make up winter shortfall. * New CFO leading review of planning, supply chain. * Sucralose prices seen down 25 pct this year, not 15 pct.
... * Euro pulls away from 14-month trough. * Dollar index holds below four-year peak. * Dollar consolidation under way, says analyst (Adds New York prices, quotes; changes byline and dateline; previous LONDON).
"Safeguarding client assets is key to maintaining market confidence if firms fail - Barclays lack of focus on the rules was unacceptable.
BERLIN/ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek should be able to exit its international bailout ahead of schedule and cover its own financing needs from next year, Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said on Tuesday after talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

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