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Newsround: what Friday's business pages say

Bank executives' top salaries revealed; 4G auction yields more than expected; Liberty Insurance to shed one in five jobs; these stories and more in the papers.

16th November, 2012
Newsround: Friday

The top stories from Friday’s business pages:


**Hospitals watchdog** seeks assurances that proper standards were adhered to at Galway University Hospital (p3).

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