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Tesco rushes in new finance boss to sort out accounts mess
Tesco has brought new finance director Alan Stewart into the job three months early after new chief executive Dave Lewis pleaded with Marks & Spencer boss Marc Bolland to let his departing finance head leave before the end of his notice period.
Tesco in crisis: Supermarket rushes in new finance chief Alan Stewart amid profit ...  
Desperate Tesco brings in finance boss early as accounting crisis continues  
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(Updates with links to graphics). * Chinese factory activity pick-up is modest but unexpected. * Euro zone business growth slows more than thought.
Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne sees public borrowing rise in July George Osborne's deficit-reduction target is now tougher to meet, economists say.
The British bank has been fined by the Financial Conduct Authority for failing to protect client assets. Bloomberg News. The FCA said around �16.5 billion in client assets were at risk between November 2007 and January 2012 because of weak arrangements ...
LONDON (Reuters) - Shares in drugmakers AstraZeneca (AZN.L) and Shire (SHP.L) both fell more than 5 percent on Tuesday after the U.S.
Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew's crackdown on inversions will get an immediate test as eight U.S. companies with pending deals decide whether to proceed -- and other companies contemplating a foreign address now have to think twice.

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