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In the papers today - Wednesday 11 April

The UK's largest energy producer, British Energy, has become embroiled in a legal battle with Credit Suisse.
The bank is alleged to be breaking the terms of an agreement it signed over the Eggborough coal-fired power station. The investment bank has been trying to transfer its interest in Eggborough to a company called Ampere - The GuardianThe board of EADS, the Airbus parent company, has been unable to agree either on a dividend policy or whether to raise fresh capital of £1.4bn to £2.7bn because of continuous conflict among its core shareholders - Financial Times

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