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Richard Desmond is exploring a sale of the Daily Express, in what would amount to the biggest British newspaper deal for aHenry Mance
Alstom will unexpectedly have to pay the entirety of its expected $700m settlement with the US Department of Justice toMichael Stothard in Paris and Ed Crooks in New York
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