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Newsround: what Friday's business pages say

Ladbrokes buys Betdaq; Electric Picnic loses €2.1 million; NTMA reviews policy on staff moving to banking sector; these stories and more in today's business pages.

25th January, 2013

These are the top stories from today’s business pages:


**Troika** raises prospect of "comfort funding" for Ireland to ensure there's no disruption to public finances at the end of this year (p1).

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