The board of the Irish airline has rejected an audacious bid from IAG boss Willie Walsh said to have valued the business at around 1.16bn euros.
The former builder has built two multimillion pound turnover financial services companies - and says he's 'not afraid to make an arse of myself'.
A report has vindicated the Government's approach but said taxpayers missed out on £180m.
Mark Carney said the tests showed Britain's finance sector is significantly more resilient than before.
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With BT about to make its decision over which mobile operator to buy, the rivals are falling over themselves to sell.
The photo sharing app, reportedly valued at $12bn, has poached Credit Suisse banker Imran Khan.
The comparison site's founder Hayley Parsons will step aside but is expected to net £40m.
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The London mayor is putting £25m into a new co-investment fund to support London's tech startups.
Overseas companies will have to pay 25% on offshored profits.
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