RBS has paid out �115 million in compensation to businesses over "complex fees" tied to the long-running scandal over alleged mistreatment of customers.
Waning demand for new cars has sent shares in Britain's biggest motor retailer crashing as Pendragon admitted that its profits had gone sharply into reverse.
Mark Johnson, former head of global foreign exchange for HSBC Holdings, exits federal court in the Brooklyn borough of New York, Sept.
Cars congesting roads is a problem in just about every major urban center around the world, but some areas are worst in this regard than others.
Analysts have described private hospital group Mediclinic International's �842m bid for 70.1% of the UK's second-biggest private hospital operator, Spire Healthcare Group, as "opportunistic", given the recent knock in Spire's share price.