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Rock-Star Chairman Not Waiting for New CEO to Start Fixing Aviva
After leaving ANZ Bank he joined Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc (RBS) as a non-executive director in 2008 after it received the world's biggest bank bailout.
Aviva restructure could see 15 divisions axed  Citywire.co.uk
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Heat is on: Phillips Idowu faces a battle to make London 2012 after injury
Phillips Idowu faces a race against time to save his Olympic dream after pulling out of the Aviva 2012 Trials. The triple jump star - one of Britain's best hopes for a gold medal - injured his foot on June 2 but last week coach Aston Moore reported ...
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Aviva closes commercial insurance offices
Aviva is to close two regional offices and has asked staff to volunteer for redundancy, as part of a shake-up to its general insurance business, according to the Financial Times.
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Grabarz and Sayers book places for London 2012
Robbie Grabarz competes in the high jump during the Aviva Trials and Championships at the Alexander Stadium, Birmingham. Photo: Dave Thompson/PA Wire.
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Babcock steps up in FTSE reshuffle
Babcock International (BAB) will join the big boys of the FTSE 100 (UKX) as part of the quarterly reshuffle, while hedge fund manager Man Group (EMG) will fall back into the mid caps.
Video highlights: Queen in Stevenage
The Queen received a warm welcome from the crowds in Stevenage today as she visited the East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust's new �16million maternity unit.
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Should investors embrace the profits of sin?
The leading ethical bond fund - Aviva Investors Sustainable Corporate Bond fund - returned 52% over the past decade, whereas the best global bond fund - Investec Global Strategic Income - returned three times as much.
Centenary celebrations for Turing
A blue plaque has been unveiled in Cambridge to mark the centenary of the birth of Alan Turing. The mathematical genius helped crack German codes in the Second World War and went on to become a pioneer of the modern computer.
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Hertfordshire robot 'taught' basic language skills
It's like something out of a Science Fiction novel - a robot which can learn to speak by interacting with a person. It's a scene currently playing out in a research laboratory at the University of Hertfordshire.
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Protecting the Olympic Torch
Throughout the relay, the torch is being protected by a Torch Security Team (TST), provided by the Metropolitan Police. Its role is to ensure that the flame and the 8,000 torchbearers take centre stage, and the relay passes off without incident.
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