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The Telegraph 09/03

Serious Fraud Office probes Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY) property claims. The Serious Fraud Office has begun interviewing witnesses and is weighing up whether to launch a formal criminal investigation.

JCB heir and Wrightbus owner Jo Bamford: ‘We can sell our hydrogen bus around the world’. The Wrightbus boss has a dream: using JCB skills, he hopes to turn its iconic red ‘Boris bus’ green.

Beny Steinmetz and a company linked to the diamond tycoon have had assets including a yacht and two private jets frozen by the High Court as part of a compensation battle with Vale, the Brazilian mining giant.

Fears for major Gatwick customer Norwegian over airline’s debt pile. Investor bets against Norwegian as fears mount over airline’s future.

GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) brings bosses’ pension payments in line with staff. The 13pc cut in pension contributions will affect all GSK directors, barring its US-based chief science officer Hal Barron.

Virgin Media is facing further embarrassment after it was revealed more than 1,000 records that tied its customers’ personal details to highly sensitive online material were among those exposed by a breach.


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