FED LINKS RATES TO US UNEMPLOYMENT -
SANTS JOINS BARCLAYS IN COMPLIANCE ROLE -
TREASURY OPEN TO CARNEY RADICALISM -
BROOKS GETS 11 MLN POUND PACKAGE FOR LOSS OF JOB -
BUMI PREFERS BAKRIES' PLAN TO ROTHSCHILD -
MITTAL UPBEAT ON US GROWTH PROSPECTS -
BP BACK IN RUNNING FOR ABU DHABI CONTRACT -
EE PLANS TO EXTEND 4G NETWORK REACH -
MORRISON SETTLES ON NEW FINANCE DIRECTOR -
DOWNING STREET IN BATTLE WITH TELEGRAPH -
FED LINKS RATES TO US UNEMPLOYMENT
The U.S. Federal Reserve will keep interest rates at close
to zero until unemployment falls below 6.5 percent in a historic
change to monetary policy.
SANTS JOINS BARCLAYS IN COMPLIANCE ROLE
Barclays has appointed Hector Sants, former boss of
British regulator the FSA, to oversee its compliance and
relationship with governments and regulators.
TREASURY OPEN TO CARNEY RADICALISM
Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney has offered a glimpse of
the policy ideas he might bring to the Bank of England when he
takes over as governor next year.
BROOKS GETS 11 MLN POUND PACKAGE FOR LOSS OF JOB
Rebekah Brooks received a compensation package worth 10.9
million pounds ($17.57 million) after she resigned as chief
executive of News International.
BUMI PREFERS BAKRIES' PLAN TO ROTHSCHILD
Bumi is backing the Bakries over financier Nat
Rothschild as it seeks to end a year-long shareholder war over
MITTAL UPBEAT ON US GROWTH PROSPECTS
U.S. manufacturing is poised to reap the benefits of cheaper
energy, says Lakshmi Mittal, the chairman and chief executive of
BP BACK IN RUNNING FOR ABU DHABI CONTRACT
BP is back in the running for Abu Dhabi's onshore oil
concession after its unexpected earlier omission from a bidding
EE PLANS TO EXTEND 4G NETWORK REACH
EE, Britain's largest phone operator, will double the number
of cities that can access its 4G network as it accelerates plans
ahead of the state auction of frequencies.
MORRISON SETTLES ON NEW FINANCE DIRECTOR
Wm Morrison, the supermarket group, is poised to
name Trevor Strain as its new finance director.
DOWNING STREET IN BATTLE WITH TELEGRAPH
Downing Street was in a battle with The Daily Telegraph on
Wednesday after claims it had warned the newspaper not to run a
critical story about the culture secretary Maria Miller.