British consumer goods giant Reckitt Benckiser has revealed the ‘Petya’ attack last week caused widespread damage to its business which could result in a revenue hit of up to £100m. The Nurofen and Durex-maker said in a statement on Thursday that it now expects “like-for-like net revenue growth” for the year to be 2% rather than the originally predicted 3%.

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