Oct 22 The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
BANKER SUES REGULATOR OVER BEING IDENTIFIED IN 'WHALE' DEBACLE
SFO NARROWS LIBOR CHARGES
CONSORTIUM WINS BRAZIL DEEPWATER OILFIELD AUCTION
NETFLIX BEATS EXPECTATIONS WITH 40 MLN SUBSCRIBERS
BSKYB AND TWITTER TO SHARE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
Former top JPMorgan Chase banker, Achilles Macris, filed a claim against Britain's financial watchdog, saying he was wrongly identified and criticised in settlement papers involving the "London Whale" trading scandal.
Former ICAP, Rabobank, Royal Bank of Scotland, Deutsche Bank and UBS employees were among the 22 names that Britain's financial watchdog included as alleged co-conspirators of Tom Hayes, a former star trader at both UBS and Citigroup, facing criminal charges for manipulating Libor benchmark interest rates.
A consortium led by Royal Dutch Shell, France's Total, Brazil's state-run Petrobras, and PetroChina won the bid for the Libra deepwater oilfield in an auction on Monday.
Subscription video company Netflix's shares rose about 10 percent in after-market trading after it reported it had signed on over 40 million global subscribers and tripled third-quarter profits, beating analysts' estimates.
British Sky Broadcasting and Twitter have teamed up to share video highlights from Uefa Champions League football games in real time.
BRIEF-Seaworld Entertainment says committee unanimously recommended that board reject chairman david d'alessandro's offered immediate resignation
* Seaworld entertainment says on June 22, committee unanimously recommended that board reject chairman David D'alessandro's offered immediate resignation