Morning Wrap: today's top business stories
News stories from around the web.
Competition Commission: Private patients pay too much (BBC)
Most patients in UK private hospitals are paying more than they should for treatment because of a lack of local competition, an inquiry has found.
Global market slide continues amid mounting fears of Syria strike (BBC)
The global sell-off fuelled by the looming prospect of Western military intervention in Syria has continued as Asian markets tumbled overnight.
UK orders Ryanair to reduce Aer Lingus stake to 5pc (Telegraph)
Britain's Competition Commission said Ryanair must reduce its 29.8pc stake Irish rival Aer Lingus to 5pc.
Twitter appoints first commerce head (FT)
Twitter has hired Ticketmaster’s former chief executive to lead a fresh push into ecommerce, as it looks to partner with advertisers and retailers to capture users’ impulse purchases.
JPMorgan woes deepen as US demands $6bn penalty (FT)
US authorities are demanding JPMorgan Chase pay more than $6bn to settle allegations it mis-sold securities to government-backed mortgage companies in the run-up to the financial crisis, according to people familiar with the discussions.