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If BT is throwing �10bn at mobile, the corporate dance has started
Outright purchase of 02 or EE would change the script radically. BT would pitch itself into the frontline of the mobile battle. BT looking at O2.
BT signals aggression with O2 takeover talks  
British Telecommunications Giant BT Says It Is in Talks to Acquire O2  
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A businessman who wrote a government report that criticised RBS has been told he can no longer remain a customer of the bank, Panorama has learned.
THE New Zealand dollar declined against the euro after a German business confidence survey was stronger than expected, prompting some traders to speculate further stimulus in the regional economy isn't a done deal.
BT added 14.1p to 394.1p after confirming reports it was in talks with two mobile phone companies about a multi-million pound deal.
European commission president Jean-Claude Juncker is under pressure over his record on tax when he was Luxembourg premier. Photograph: John Thys/AFP/Getty.
The Sun newspaper has doubled its number of digital subscribers to 225,000, but failed to offset a decline in its overall paid readership, in a test case of whether tabloid newspapers can successfully charge for online content.

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