LONDON (Reuters) - The world's biggest security firm G4S is to repay 108.9 million pounds ($181 million) to the British government after overcharging it on a contract to tag criminals, raising the prospect that a ban on new work could be lifted.
March 12--Azerbaijan's oil output will slightly decrease by 10,000 barrels per day (bpd) to 0.86 million bpd in 2014, according to OPEC March oil market report.
One of the world's most successful businessmen has said Alex Salmond's proposal for an independent Scotland to share the pound is impossible.
The Bank of England's oversight committee has appointed Lord Grabiner QC to lead its independent investigation into the growing foreign exchange manipulation scandal.
Fundamental reform of the minimum wage is needed to keep the system that was introduced 15 years ago up to speed with the changing world of work, according to one of the policy's key architects.