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Last Week's Financial Review in 5 Minutes

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Date: Mon 15/Jul/2013, 10:45

Royal Mail will be floated on the stock exchange with 10% of the shares in the £3bn listing going to its 150,000 staff, Vince Cable, the business secretary, announced.

G4S and Serco were accused of overbilling the taxpayer by tens of millions of pounds for contracts to tag offenders, some of whom had died, gone abroad or never had tags.

Shares in Boeing plummeted after and empty 787 Dreamliner, the airline’s new flagship, caught fire at Heathrow.

The scandal-hit Libor interbank lending rate will be taken out of the hands of the British Bankers’ Association and administered by NYSE Euronext, which operates exchanges including New York and Paris.

The Chinese government accused employees of Glaxo Smith Kline of bribing doctors and civil servants there.

Manufacturing output shrank 0.8% in May, dragged down by lower production of pharmaceuticals and electronics. The goods trade deficit widened to £8.5bn from £8.4bn according to the Office for National Statistics.

The IMF forecast UK growth of 0.8% this year, against an earlier prediction of 0.6%.

George Osborne pledged to avoid further tax rises to eliminate the £23bn black hole in the public finances and vowed to make more cuts in public spending.

Royal Dutch Shell chose a surprise successor to Peter Voser, its chief executive. Ben van Beurden, a 55-year-old Dutchman, has spent 30 years at the company and is credited with turning round the chemicals division.

Sir Hector Sants received £300,000 while on six months gardening leave after stepping down as chief executive of the Financial Services Authority. The chairman, Lord Turner, received £252,000 after leaving the defunct regulatory.

Sir Christopher Kelly, the former Treasury mandarin, will chair an inquiry into what led to a £1.5bn deficit in the Co-operative Bank’s accounts.

Marcus Agius, the former chairman of Barclays and former senior independent director at the BBC, is to be quizzed by MPs about his role in approving payoffs for senior executives at the corporation.

The average age of a FTSE 100 board member is 57 and on in six directors is now over 65. Mining, defence, healthcare and construction companies had the most grey hair in the boardroom, a survey for Ortus, a recruitment agency, found.

Apple was convicted of conspiring to fix the price of digital books with five of the world’s largest publishers.

The Bank of England launched a phone app that allows users to examine the gold in its underground vaults.

An Apple-1 originally priced at $666.66 in 1976, was sold for $387,750 (£261,000) at Christie’s.

 



     
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