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The Premier League announce massive new agreement which will start in 2013-14 ...
BT were the shock winners last night as the next record-breaking Premier League television saw ESPN kicked into touch. League chief executive Richard Scudamore unveiled the stunning deal which will see income from domestic live rights rise to a ...
Barclays: The directors who will decide Diamond's fate
Sir Michael is currently Chairman of BT Group PLC and Chairman of easyJet PLC. Sir Michael previously worked at KPMG from 1974-2007 where he spent a number of years in Continental Europe and the Middle East.
It's time to get over the gilt complex
The unending flight to quality in sovereign bonds has seen gilt prices soar and yields sink to levels that have rarely, if ever, been seen.
BT reveals trial locations for 330Mbps FTTP broadband
BT has announced details of its plans to trial the superfast Fibre to the Premises broadband in eight UK locations, ahead of the planned spring 2013 launch.
Sawiris backs new European telecoms fund
Naguib Sawiris, the Egyptian telecoms billionaire, has backed a fund management group formed by former Wind and Vimpelcom executives raising money to buy underperforming telecoms businesses in Europe.
'No BT talks' over Premier League football for Google TV
There were suggestions that Google would compete for Premiership rights - which were won by powerhouse Sky and BT - in order to seal premium content for any Google TV launch.
Getting out of a pickle: Premier Foods announces crunch �41m deal to sell ...
DEBT laden Premier Foods has got itself out of a pickle - by selling its Haywards onion arm in a �41million deal. Premier, which owes �1billion after going on a previous spending spree, has sold a number of well-known brands to Japanese firm Mizkan.
One More Thing: Warning - Farmville 2 is coming
Forget network - No longer must you weep as your phone repeatedly auto-connects to BT Fon or BT Openzone even though you've literally never asked it to: both are dead and gone.
Hay Festival 2012: Wind farms are necessary, says Springwatch's Kate Humble
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United experience can help me rebuild Rangers, insists Murray
New chairman Malcolm Murray has promised to use his experience at Manchester United to rebuild Rangers following their liquidation.