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Bank of Ireland chief executive Richie Boucher stepping down as boss Bank of Ireland chief executive Richie Boucher will leave his role this year, the bank has announced.
 
 
 
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London's blue chip index ended the day close to where it started, down 0.05% or 3.89 points to 7,336.82 points   FTSE 100 ends flat as investors await vote results on US healthcare reform bill The FTSE 100 ended Friday relatively flat as global investors awaited results from a congressional vote on Donald Trump's US healthcare reform bill.
 
 
Pearson has boosted John Fallon's base salary and shelled out extra for his annual incentive plan, helping his total pay climb to £1.5 million (Pearson /PA)   Pearson chief executive enjoys 20% pay boost despite record loss Pearson has pushed its chief executive's pay packet up 20%, despite the publisher posting the biggest loss in its history.
 
 
Bank of Ireland chief executive Richie Boucher   Bank of Ireland chief executive Richie Boucher stepping down as boss By Gavin McLoughlin Bank of Ireland chief executive Richie Boucher will leave his role this year, the bank has announced.
 
 
The RAC has called for a reduction in fuel prices   Supermarkets announce 2p per litre fuel price cut Several supermarkets have announced fuel price cuts of two pence per litre amid a reduction in wholesale costs.
 
 
Brait has scrapped plans for a listing on the London stock market due to Brexit   South African firm Brait drops plans for London stock market listing over Brexit Brait, the South African firm that owns Virgin Active, New Look and supermarket Iceland, has ditched plans for a London stock market listing because of Brexit.
 
 
'Baby Boom', the XB-1 prototype   Boom supersonic jet able to fly London to New York in three hours a step closer to production A supersonic jet capable of flying passengers from London to New York in three hours and 15 minutes has moved a step closer to reality. 
 
 
 
 
 
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Ian Davison   Lifting the lid on why pre-pack sales are useful tools when tackling corporate restructuring By Ian Davison, manager of recovery and reorganisation One of the most scrutinised areas of corporate restructuring is that of 'pre-pack' sales of businesses.The process behind a 'pre-pack' sale involves an insolvency practitioner carrying out an accelerated sale and marketing process on a business.
 
 
By John Simpson: Why uncertain post-Brexit future awaits Northern Ireland's farmers After 2020 farm incomes and food prices in the UK face major uncertainties. The expectation is that the UK Government will move from the EU system of single farm payments. In the post-Brexit environment, the UK ambition will be to create a less expensive form of farm income support.
 
 
By Glyn Roberts: Retail NI will lead from front in policy debate over economy's future To survive and indeed thrive in retail is a constant process of change and innovation - indeed change is the only constant in retail.
 
 
 
 
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