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The Independent newspaper to close in March
The publication of The Independent and its sister Sunday as newspapers is to end in a move that throws up to 100 jobs into uncertainty and underlines the pressures on the UK print industry.
The Independent becomes the first national newspaper to embrace a global ...  
Presses to fall silent at UK's Independent as paper goes online-only  
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GlaxoSmithKline is considering an appeal after the UK's competition watchdog fined the company more than �37m for allegedly paying drugs manufacturers millions of pounds to keep cheap generic medications out of the UK market.
12.00: The Footsie extended its gains at lunchtime, continuing a rally from yesterday's sharp falls thanks to a bounce by banking and energy shares as oil prices recovered on Opec production cut hopes, with US stocks also seen opening higher after ...
Losses at Monitise have quadrupled in the past six months as the UK mobile payments group wrote off �167m from the value of its older business.
Aero engine giant Rolls-Royce's shares have risen to a gain of 18% despite a 50% dividend cut and profit at the low end of forecasts.
LONDON (Reuters) - ARM Holdings, the British chip designer whose technology powers smartphones, reported a 17 percent rise in fourth-quarter profit as its latest processor designs continued to win market share.

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