Morning Wrap: today's top business stories
News stories from around the web.
P&G chief AG Lafley promotes four executives to head major units (FT)
AG Lafley, Procter & Gamble’s newly returned chief executive, has promoted four executives to head major product divisions, setting them up as the leading contenders to replace him.
Patent ruling feeds Samsung’s rising confidence (FT)
The last time that Apple was ruled to have breached a patent held by Samsung Electronics, the latter company did not have long to feel smug.
Local communities offered more say over wind farms (BBC)
Local communities are to be given more powers to block onshore wind farms, but also offered greater incentives to accept them, the government says.
Premier League revenues to rise by 25%, says Deloitte (BBC)
Premier League clubs' revenue reached a record £2.36bn in 2011-12, according to football finance experts at Deloitte.
It estimates revenue grew to £2.5bn in 2012-13, and will grow by a further £600m, or 25%, in 2013-14, when the league's new broadcast deal kicks in.
London threatened by plans to move Libor regulation to Paris (Telegraph)
Supervision of the scandal hit Libor interest rate could move to Paris under plans being drawn up by the European Commission, dealing a potential blow to London’s financial pre-eminence.