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Fred Goodwin told to hand over private emails in Royal Bank of Scotland lawsuit
Fred Goodwin has been told to disclose personal emails he sent in the run-up to Royal Bank of Scotland's 2008 rights issue, as part of a �4bn court case.
Citizens Financial looks to 'wriggle' out of EU pay curbs  
RBS increases size of Citizens share sale  
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ZURICH (Reuters) - Swiss private bank Union Bancaire Privee (UBP) is set to buy Royal Bank of Scotland's <RBS.L> international private banking arm Coutts International, a source familiar with the deal told Reuters on Thursday.
Sports Direct chairman Keith Hellawell has insisted that Mike Ashley should not be called to appear before parliament to answer questions about the collapse of USC.
Shell says the cuts and changes to workers' terms are not solely a reaction to the near-halving of the oil price. Photograph: BP/EPA.
LONDON - The Bank of England said Thursday that Britain's stability continued to be threatened by international risks, including Greece's financing needs, China's slowdown and potentially inadequate market liquidity.
Multi-nationals �dodging� taxes. Big companies making �sweetheart deals� with HMRC. To listen to certain elements of the debate about companies and tax, you'd think that if only the corporate sector could be forced to pay its �fair share�, then the deficit would ...

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