The following are the top stories on the business pages of
British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and
does not vouch for their accuracy.
SALMOND'S SCOTLAND WILL LIVE IN ETERNAL POVERTY, SAYS BROWN
Inequality and poverty could "survive until doomsday" if
Alex Salmond wins Scotland's independence referendum, according
to former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
TESCO'S WOES DEEPEN AS SHOPPERS CHECK OUT
Sales at Britain's largest supermarket group have plunged
and its market share has slipped again, highlighting the
challenge facing Dave Lewis, Tesco's incoming chief
DAVID CAMERON MULLS JOINING OBAMA IN BOMBING ISIS IN IRAQ
David Cameron is planning to indicate to U.S. President
Barack Obama and other NATO leaders at a summit in Wales next
week that Britain is keeping open the option of joining the
United States in launching air strikes against forces of the
Islamic State in Iraq.
CHRISTINE LAGARDE TO BE INVESTIGATED FOR ALLEGED ROLE IN
POLITICAL FRAUD CASE
The head of the International Monetary Fund, Christine
Lagarde, has been charged with "simple negligence" over her
handling of a controversial 400 million euro payout to French
business tycoon Bernard Tapie when she was finance minister.
DECLARE THE SOCIAL MIX OF YOUR STAFF, BRITISH COMPANIES TOLD
Alan Milburn, head of the Social Mobility and Child Poverty
Commission, condemns the scale of "elitism" at the top of
British public life as he calls for companies to engineer a more
socially balanced workforce.
RYANAIR LAUNCHES 'BUSINESS CLASS' BENEFITS
The no-frills carrier sees advantages of offering the business
traveller a more flexible experience as part of its new
(Compiled by Karen Rebelo; Editing by Lisa Shumaker)