The first thing that BT retail boss Gavin Patterson did on Wednesday morning was check the new season football fixtures to consider which games to pick for the telecoms group's new sports channels being launched next month.
Chancellor George Osborne confirmed the news in his Mansion House speech on Wednesday night, as Sir Mervyn prepared for his final speech at the event.
Ben Bernanke, Federal Reserve chairman, offered the firmest timeline yet for tapering US central bank asset purchases, saying that the central bank's $85bn monthly programme could be slowed this year and end altogether around the middle of next year.
BEIJING | Wed Jun 19, 2013 6:56am EDT. BEIJING (Reuters) - Wanda Group, China's largest commercial real estate developer, aims to invest about $1 billion to build a five-star hotel in New York as its third major investment outside its home market, ...
Government plans to privatise the Royal Mail could be hit after a boycott by thousands of postal workers moved a step closer today.