March 14 The Telegraph
IRELAND SMASHES EXPECTATIONS WITH FIRST POST-BAILOUT 10-YEAR
Ireland has taken its biggest step yet towards exiting its
EU/IMF bailout by selling 5 billion euros of benchmark 10-year
bonds, its first issue of such long term debt since it was
locked out of markets in late 2010.
MIKE LYNCH ATTACKS HEWLETT-PACKARD FOR A LACK OF INNOVATION
Autonomy founder Mike Lynch has attacked Hewlett-Packard
for its lack of innovation as he defended the controversial 7.1
billion pound sale of the company he founded.
MPs TO LAUNCH INQUIRY INTO RETAIL SECTOR
A committee of MPs is to launch an inquiry into Britain's retail
industry after a wave of companies collapsed into
G4S PROFITS TUMBLE ON OLYMPICS FAILINGS
The security firm admits its 88 million pound failure to supply
enough guards for London 2012 Games has knocked a third off
BANKERS' PAY 'UNACCEPTABLE' AFTER SCANDALS, SAYS IOD HEAD
Institute of Directors' Simon Walker warns of 'long-term
reputational damage' of high pay at RBS and Barclays
BAHRAIN VIOLENCE CONVINCES VODAFONE TO END ITS F1 DEAL
Vodafone has pulled the plug on its long-running
sponsorship of the Formula One team McLaren, worth $75 million a
year, after conducting a review of the deal on the back of last
year's Bahrain Grand Prix.