Feb 12 The Telegraph
RBS EXECUTIVE JOHN HOURICAN TELLS COLLEAGUES 'NOT TO WASTE MY
Royal Bank of Scotland's outgoing executive John
Hourican has warned colleagues not to waste "my death" after
ordering them to get angry over the Libor scandal that led to
ECONOMISTS SAY INDEPENDENT SCOTLAND 'SHOULD KEEP POUND'
Scotland should retain the pound if it goes independent,
according to a group of economic advisers which includes Nobel
prize-winner Joseph Stiglitz.
VIRGIN MEDIA DELAYS BONUSES TO AVOID TOP TAX RATE
Virgin Media, the pay-television business being bought
by US giant Liberty Global, has invited staff to delay
their bonuses so that they can avoid the top rate of tax.
AUTONOMY INVESTIGATED AMID CLAIMS IT INFLATED ITS VALUE BEFORE
Accounting watchdog launches inquiry after HP claims it
was later forced to write down value of Autonomy by $5 billion.
TESCO SAYS SOME OF ITS VALUE SPAGHETTI BOLOGNESE CONTAINS 60 PCT
Environment secretary tells parliament that responsibility for
dealing with problem lies with retailers and food producers.
LIFE OF PI SPECIAL EFFECTS COMPANY TO FILE FOR BANKRUPTCY
Rhythm & Hues set to file for Chapter 11 just days after winning
Bafta for work on Ang Lee's film, according to reports.
THOUSANDS OF JOBS AT RISK AT BARCLAYS
Barclays will announce job cuts and shut down a
controversial tax unit this week as it faces fresh allegations
over a 6 billion pounds cash call in 2008.