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The Business Matrix: Tuesday 21 January 2014

Saxo moves into F1 sponsorship

KPMG investigated over Co-op bank audits

KPMG is being investigated over its role as auditor to the troubled Co-operative Bank, which almost collapsed last year, and could face a massive fine

More Brits signing up for British Gas 'smart' heating app as Google enters the field

Hive Active Heating combines a smartphone app with a connected thermostat to let customers control their heating on the go

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The Independent on Sunday: New rail line could be built by ‘disadvantaged’

The physically disabled, the unemployable and former prisoners should build the £42.6bn High Speed 2 railway, according to a lobbying group. The High Speed Rail Industry Leaders Group said that France used nearly 1,000 disadvantaged people to build the Rhine-Rhône line.

The Business Matrix: Monday 20 January 2014

Metro raises more cash for growth’

HIV rates are rising among gay men in London as more are injecting drugs such as crystal meth

Experts warn of rise in gay ‘slamming’

The number of men using drugs in a sexual context quadrupled in two years and could be linked to a disturbing rise in HIV infection rates

Saatchi & Saatchi win battle as advertising agency moves east

Saatchi & Saatchi is to move east from Soho to a new landmark office on the former site of the celebrated Turnmills nightclub in Farringdon, ending months of uncertainty for London’s best-known advertising agency.

Conservatives condemn Ed Miliband's plan to break up high street banks

As much as £1bn knocked off the taxpayers' stakes in RBS and Lloyds

High street banks judged to have too great a share of the market will be forced to start selling off branches

Ed Miliband: Labour would break up high street banks within a year of winning power

High street banks judged to have too great a share of the market will be forced to start selling off branches within 12 months if Labour wins next year’s general election.

Penny stock Nestor soars 1900% in confusion with Google's Nest Labs deal

Nestor soared from 0.2 cents to 4 cents in wake of Google's Nest Labs acquisition

A Thai anti-government protester during the fourth day of the 'Bangkok Shutdown' rally

Thai protesters march on more government offices

Eight have been killed and 450 injured since protests began in November

Chinese firm hopes to take a bite out of United Biscuits

McVitie's, Penguin and Jaffa Cakes could be the latest British brands to fall under Chinese ownership as private equity firm Hony Capital weighs up a bid.

Tom Sandell urges FirstGroup to reassess 'premature' break-up rejection

Billionaire activist investor Tom Sandell has accused the £1.7 billion transport group of a “premature” rejection of its break-up plans for the business.

China's Hony Capital mulls bid for United Biscuits

McVities, Penguin and Jaffa Cakes could be the latest British brands to fall under Chinese ownership as private equity firm Hony Capital weighs up a bid.

Transfer news: Nani set for Valencia as Manchester United exit nears - reports

Portuguese winger to join following proposed takeover of Spanish club

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