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Tuesday 3rd May 2016
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Business News

  • Watchdog Fear Over Sainsbury's Pharmacy Deal

    The owner of Lloyds Pharmacy may have to sell branches in 13 areas after the competition watchdog raised concerns about its £125m deal to buy Sainsbury's network of in-store chemists.

  • MP Calls For LSE Probe Over Referendum Role

    The London School of Economics (LSE) should be investigated by electoral regulators over its spending on pro-European Union (EU) activity ahead of June's referendum, according to a prominent Brexit

  • Eurozone Recovers To Pre-Recession Level

    The eurozone economy has finally recovered all the ground lost since the 2008 downturn after growth accelerated in the first quarter of 2016.

  • BA Owner Warns On Impact Of Brussels Attacks

    Shares in the owner of British Airways have fallen after it warned on the impact of the Brussels terror attacks on its revenues and growth plans.

  • Amazon Shares Up As Quarterly Profits Climb

    Amazon shares surged by nearly 13% in after-hours trading after it posted a better-than-expected profit of $513m (£350m) for the first quarter and offered a bright outlook for the current per

  • WPP Builds Succession Plan For £70m Sorrell

    The worldâs biggest marketing services company has identified external candidates who could eventually succeed Sir Martin Sorrell, it will say on Friday as it confirms that he received the second-b