BLOW FOR BRITAIN‘S NUCLEAR REVIVAL -
MILIBAND INVOKES ‘ONE NATION BRITAIN’ -
US STEPS UP PROBES ON INSIDER TRADING -
FSA TO TIGHTEN UP LISTING RULES -
DEUTSCHE TELEKOM EYES DEAL FOR US UNIT -
L&G INVESTMENT ARM TARGETS PAY MASTERS -
PE GROUPS EYE BANK DEAL IN EUROPE -
EU REVIEW WANTS BANKING TRADING RINGFENCED -
EU DRAFT URGES CONTRACTS FOR EURO STATES -
FRENCH REVOLT AGAINST NEW TAX GOES VIRAL -
BLOW FOR BRITAIN‘S NUCLEAR REVIVAL
A Franco-Chinese consortium has walked away from the race to build Britain’s new generation of nuclear reactors.
MILIBAND INVOKES ‘ONE NATION BRITAIN’
Britain’s opposition leader Ed Miliband cast himself as a humble man of the people on Tuesday in a confident speech at the Labour party conference.
U.S. authorities have increased the number of new investigations into insider trading by almost half in the past year.
Rules aimed at cracking down on dominant shareholders and reverse takeovers have been set out by the City of London watchdog.
Deutsche Telekom is in talks about merging its T-Mobile USA subsidiary with rival MetroPCS.
Legal & General has stepped up efforts to crack down on excessive pay by voting against 18 remuneration committee chairmen.
Blackstone has set up a joint venture for financial services deals with London-based Anacap Financial Partners.
Europe’s biggest banks must detach their risky trading activities from their retail operations, according to conclusions of an EU review.
Euro zone countries would have to sign binding contracts with Brussels, committing them to detailed fiscal reform, according to a draft EU agenda.
French President Francois Hollande faced divisions in his party on Tuesday over a 2013 budget crucial to his credibility with euro zone partners.