July 18 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
BNP Paribas bill for forex breaches rises to $600 mln on.ft.com/2u3nNVS
Bringing Carolyn McCall on board could cost ITV 2.5 mln stg on.ft.com/2u3jf29
EU accuses Teva Pharmaceutical of anti-competitive behaviour on.ft.com/2u3m8jg
Carillion hires EY to assist with a review of finances on.ft.com/2u3Dz3h
The fallout from investigations into foreign exchange price fixing deepened on Monday when US authorities hit BNP Paribas SA with a new fine and former traders at three other banks appeared in court over an alleged conspiracy.
ITV PLC’s appointment of Carolyn McCall as its chief executive could cost the UK broadcaster up to 2.5 million pounds after it agreed to fully compensate the easyJet Plc boss for the loss of long-term share options and bonus payments.
The European Commission has accused Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd of anti-competitive behaviour over an agreement it made with US-based rival Cephalon.
Carillion Plc has hired professional services firm EY to assist with a review of its finances, as the UK construction and support services group turns to more outside advisers in a bid to repair its balance sheet. (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom)