Mergers & Acquisitions
* Shares up 5.4 pct (Adds CEO comments, updates share movement)
LONDON/CAIRO, March 6 - British oil company BP expects to invest around $12 billion with its partners as part of a finalised West Nile Delta concession deal to develop 5 trillion cubic feet of gas resources and 55 million barrels of condensates.
March 6 - The following financial services industry appointments were announced on Friday. To inform us of other job changes, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Thomas Cook shares up nearly 19 pct (Adds detail, analyst comment)
* Says taxpayers won't want to take loss on sale (Adds details)
LONDON, March 6 - British oil major BP expects to invest around $12 billion with its partners as part of a finalised West Nile Delta deal to develop 5 trillion cubic feet of gas resources and 55 million barrels of condensates.
March 5 - British finance minister George Osborne said not radically restructuring Royal Bank of Scotland in 2010 was a mistake and now says he would like "to get rid of the stake as quickly as we can" after the general election, the Financial Times reported.
LONDON, March 6 - Drugmaker AstraZeneca said on Friday it would change the way it reported results with effect from the first quarter of 2015 to make revenue from so-called externalisation deals more visible to investors.
March 6 - ITE Group Plc, a trade exhibition and conference organiser, said it had acquired a majority stake in a portfolio of events from GPP Energy Advisors Ltd for 16 million pounds ($24 million).
* Deal for approximately $51 mln in cash, including approximately $8.5 mln of proceeds from sale of inventories
- Finance: RPT - DEALTALK-Avago's ambitions may spark more semiconductor dealmaking
- Technology: Brazil's CVM clears new merger terms for Oi, pending holder assembly
- Healthcare: UPDATE 1-AbbVie CEO defends Pharmacyclics deal to skeptical investors
- Consumer: UPDATE 1-Staples sales miss estimates on weak demand, strong dollar
- Energy: Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
- Industrials: Alcoa says review could affect 14 pct of smelting capacity