Wed Jun 19, 2013 11:59am EDT. * Analysts worry on strategy delivery. * Former telecom monopoly has recovered under Livingston. * CEO taking up government post to promote UK business.
Bank of England governor Sir Mervyn King was outvoted again at his final meeting of the Bank's rate-setting committee, minutes show.
Union chiefs today said 96 per cent of delivery, sorting staff and Posties "opposed the privatisation of Royal Mail" in the first poll of workers on the Government's plans.
BEIJING�A year after targeting U.S. movie theaters, a Chinese property magnate is sketching out global plans for a new focus: Chinese tourists.
Passenger satisfaction on the railways is dipping, with value for money and how companies deal with delays being the biggest cause for complaint, according to a survey of thousands of train customers.