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Rolls-Royce issues profit warning

Engine maker calls halt to share buyback programme

Monitise issues fresh revenue warning

Mobile money group predicts return to profit by 2016

Eurozone bond spreads widen, banks fall

Analysts warn Greek turmoil could persist after No vote

Osborne’s Budget to emphasise tax cuts

Chancellor says tax cuts are best way to boost pay

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Debate rages over who speaks for business

CBI fights back after ministerial rebuke for EU enthusiasm

Dan Schulman, president and CEO of Paypal
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PayPal on takeover trail after eBay split

Chief says acquisitions a priority using $6bn war chest

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UK finance chiefs ‘shrug off’ EU fears

Business survey shows more appetite for growth and risk-taking

Iran talks edge towards nuclear deal

Two sides mount diplomatic push to secure agreement

HMRC cracks show after 10 years of woes

Tax authority fears effect of £80m extra spending cuts

Commodities fall saves China’s blushes

Q1 growth bolstered by drop in price of materials

Comment & Analysis

Chancellor’s plan will test political skills

Osborne sees Budget as way to make UK ‘lower welfare’ country

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Taylor Swift is fighting the wrong battle

Artists should take on record labels, not streaming services

China’s credit and stock market party

Debt growth has fallen but is still rising at twice the rate of nominal GDP, writes George Magnus

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