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The Business Matrix: Saturday 18 January 2014
Regulator picks RBS investigators
The Financial Conduct Authority has appointed the consultancy Promontory Financial and accountant Mazars to report on Royal Bank of Scotland's alleged mis-treatment of business borrowers following a scathing report from the entrepreneur Lawrence Tomlinson.
French in running for East Coast line
The French state transport group Keolis/Eurostar is one of three shortlisted bidders for the reprivatisation of the East Coast rail franchise. The London-to-Edinburgh route has been in public ownership since National Express handed it back to the Government just over four years ago.
City derides EE owners over float
City analysts accused Orange and T-Mobile of "dithering" after they axed plans for a £10bn flotation of EE. The joint owners of Britain's biggest mobile phone group have been looking at an IPO for a year but have now postponed it after poor feedback from bankers.
TSB boss praises Labour proposal
The boss of the new TSB bank, a former executive at Lloyds, applauded Labour proposals for new "challenger banks". Paul Pester demanded "consistent, determined effort from the competition authorities, politicians and banks" to encourage competition.
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- 2 Amber Roof: Sister of Charleston shooting suspect Dylann Roof launches fund-raising appeal for wedding and honeymoon
- 3 'Help me I'm trapped in a factory' messages keep being found on bottles of vitamin water
- 4 Right to die: Belgian doctors rule depressed 24-year-old woman has right to end her life
- 5 BP hit with record $18.7 billion fine over Deepwater Horizon Gulf oil spill