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Date: Mon 02/Sep/2013, 09:30

Vodafone is in advanced talks to sell its 45% stake in Verizon Wireless to Verizon Communications, its American partner, in a deal that could be worth $130bn (£84bn) to the British mobile phone giant.

Three, the mobile minnow, abolished surcharges on calls, text messages and data in seven countries from Ireland to Italy and Hong Kong.

The Co-operative Group revealed that its ailing bank suffered a £709m loss in first half of the year as it pressed bondholders to sign up to a £1.5bn restructuring plan that would see them take a £500m hit.

Lending to small and medium-sized businesses through the Governments Funding for Lending Scheme tumbled by tumbled by £900m in July, against a £200m increase a month earlier.

HSBC plans to increase charges for 700,000 small businesses with many losing free banking.

Four big banks have come out against plans to make blue-chip companies review their auditors every five years.

Josef Ackermann resigned as chairman of Zurich Financial after Pierre Wauthier, 53, the Long-serving financial chief at Switzerland’s biggest insurer, was found dead in a suspected suicide, leaving a note that referred to the former Deutsche Bank chief executive.

G4S, struggling to erase memories of the security debacle at the Olympic Games last year, and facing an investigation over alleged phoney bills to the tax payer, issued new shares and announced two disposals that would raise £600m.

Serco faces expulsion from the FTSE 100 after a share price plunge as police investigated the outsourcing services supplier for alleged fraud and as ministers warned that it could lose its government contracts due to alleged over-billing.

The Competition Commission demanded the sale of as many as 20 private hospitals by three companies – BMI, Spire and HCA - accused of profiteering.

The commission also ordered Ryanair to reduce its 30% stake in Aer Lingus.

The European Central Bank has introduced targets to double the number of women in its senior ranks.

Sergey Brin, 40, the co-founder and chief executive of Google, who has split from his wife is alleged to be romantically involved with a 26-year-old British marketing manager at the search engine giant.

Burnley is Britain’s most enterprising town, according to the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.

Britain is the best place in Europe to start up a company, according to the Entrepreneurship Barometer by EY, the accountancy firm.

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