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Twitter seeks pre-IPO credit line (FT)

Twitter is in discussions with banks about a new credit facility that could run into hundreds of millions of dollars, giving the internet company extra flexibility ahead of its initial public offering.

CV blunders hit jobseekers' chances of securing employment (BBC)

Jobseekers are hurting their chances of securing new employment by not spending enough time on their CV, according to a survey.

The most common mistake is sending a general CV to employers, rather than tailoring it to a specific role, according to research by the National Careers Service.

Centrica counts £240m cost of abandoning gas storage projects (Telegraph)

Centrica has written off £240m in wasted costs after scrapping its £1.4bn plan to convert an empty North Sea gas field into a gas storage site, and shelving another smaller project indefinitely.

Centrica cancels £1.5bn gas storage plants (FT)

Centrica has written off £240m in investment after cancelling plans to build two gas storage facilities in the UK, blaming “weak economics for storage projects” and the government’s decision earlier this month to rule out subsidies to boost storage.

Euro stronger after Merkel election victory (BBC)

The euro strengthened against the dollar following a convincing win for German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Sunday's election.

The euro was trading at 1.3542 against the dollar, up from 1.3527 on Friday.