The Press Roundup
2nd April 2013
A brief summary of Tuesday's main business headlines... Extensive coverage of Novartis patent fight, triple-dip fears, Apple apology....
Apple bows to Chinese pressure - Chief apologises for after-sales services
US has lost 2m clerical jobs since 2007 - New technologies replace office workers in crisis for middle class
Cyprus bank chief seeks to allay fears - Demetriades promises steady lifting of capital controls
US banks weigh EU bonus cap options - Query over whether London right base
Shell to expand energy technology R&D
Carrefour eyes Brazil and China for growth
Eurozone SMEs struggle to access finance
Norwegian airline pins hopes on Asia
Dutch consensus for austerity starts to crack
China left out of Obama free trade party - Washington seeks deal with EU and Trans-Pacific Partnership
Japanese shares lead Asian markets lower - Yen?s rise after soft US data hits exporter shares in Tokyo
India patent rulings pique pharma groups - Court decision on Novartis drug seen to have wide implications
Hess to sell Russian subsidiary to Lukoil - Move follows steps set out in restructuring plan
Investors pour $35bn into reinsurance
Nasdaq OMX in $1.2bn deal to buy eSpeed
Chesapeake foresees higher gas prices
Tesla set for first-ever quarterly profit
UK fraud fines total £1bn since 2007
LEX COLUMN: BMC Software: 'frame and fortune' - It is the mainframe business that is driving calculations to take Texas group private
Bank cost cutting: ROE on toast - Time to look at expenses in general ? not just pay ? to improve returns
China wealth management: blooming risk - Without limits on the sector, defaults could lead to contagion and a liquidity crisis
Taylor Morrison: hot property - Largest housebuilder IPO in more than two decades hopes to raise $500m
TripAdvisor: pack for rain - Travel advisory website should fight Google without regulatory help, but its fat margins will take a beating
£1bn plan to put Britain on the road to recovery
International bidders queue for Crossrail
Novartis loses fight in India for cancer drug patent
CBI warns reforms may hold back growth
Apple chief Tim Cook says ?sorry? to Chinese
Coutts warns clients of threat from debt markets amid bubble fears
Investors peg hopes on global recovery
Osborne's growth policies 'not good enough'
China cracks down on 'magic' car licence plates
Cambridge 'needs cash more than Liverpool'
Apple chief Tim Cook apologises to China
Cyprus leader faces capital flight probe
Plan to slash red tape 'may hit SMEs?
Novartis loses landmark patent case in India
Vodafone attacks Indian government over phone licences
Panasonic 'investigated over bribery allegations'
TripAdvisor borrows anti-fraud techniques from finance
IAG 'to order Airbus A350s for British Airways'
Tesco goes head-to-head with Thailand's wet markets
TalkTalk calls for Ofcom action on broadband
KFC to create 1,600 UK jobs in 2013
Banks still being too risky, say executives
First Utility claims Big Six energy firms 'quash? competition
Spain 'to revise down growth forecast'
Questor: Aberdeen AM well placed for growth markets appetite
City star predicts positive year for London markets
Apple says sorry to Chinese for warranty problems
New dawn in regulation as Osborne launches PRA
Chinese luxury shoppers seek home comforts
Angry voters deluge MPs with air tax complaints
Costly renewable energy 'will damage UK's economy'
Accounts at EU banks are 'a joke', warn analysts
City has new watchdogs to avert fresh financial crisis
Not just an app, a Marks & Spencer's app
US giant CH2M Hill looks for infrastructure deals after buying British engineer
The Week Ahead: Babcock takes on Heathrow baggage
Investment View: Buy LSE while they're cheap and hold on to them
No triple dip but a slow UK recovery, BCC survey predicts
Indian court rejects Novartis cancer drug patent bid in landmark ruling
Eurozone needs one banking policy, one fiscal policy - and one voice
Private equity firm pays £185m for Oasis Healthcare
AstraZeneca move will leave the north-west without a vital element
Supermarkets watchdog gets ready to 'sort out the bullies'
Ecclestone fails to deny Sainsbury's boss rumours
Facebook to announce Android move
Qataris pay £400m for London hotel
Briefing: Chill could make easyJet a hot ticket
Triple-dip fears fade as key sectors bounce back
George Osborne told to put transport first
US tourists fuel Easter high street sales boost
Demand fears hit oil prices
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