British Business - June 22

June 22 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

The Times

- Ocado OCDO.L bosses on Wednesday pledged that its 578 million pound ($709.09 million) fundraising will be the last time it taps investors before turning cashflow positive in the next four to six years. Link

- Britain's payment systems regulator (PSR) on Tuesday said it will conduct two market reviews of card fees charged by Visa V.N and Mastercard MA.N , the U.S. companies that account for 99% of debit and credit card payments in the UK. Link

The Guardian

- Simon Arora, the outgoing chief executive of the discount retailer B&M BMEB.L earned 5 million pounds last year, a pay package that rose by more than a third to the highest level ever for the company. Link

- A subsidiary of the commodity trader Glencore GLEN.L on Tuesday pleaded guilty in a London court to seven counts of bribery related to its oil operations in several African countries. Link

The Telegraph

- Marks & Spencer MKS.L on Tuesday sparked a public row with Michael Gove, accusing the Conservative cabinet minister of "political grandstanding" after he ordered a public inquiry into its plan to demolish and rebuild its flagship Oxford Street store in London. Link

- Senior executives from BT BT.L , Vodafone VOD.L , Virgin Media O2, Three, TalkTalk, Sky and others have been summoned to Downing Street to discuss the cost of living crisis after millions of households faced inflation-busting price increases for broadband services. Link

Sky News

- VW VOWG_p.DE has picked Deutsche Bank DBKGn.DE alongside Morgan Stanley MS.N , BNP Paribas BNPP.PA and Unicredit CRDI.MI as joint bookrunner for $100 billion Porsche IPO slots. Link

- Communication Workers Union (CWU), a union representing 115,000 postal workers at Royal Mail RMG.L , is giving formal notice of a ballot that could lead to strikes in a bitter row over pay and jobs. Link

The Independent

- Michael O'Leary the boss of the Ryanair RYA.I airline on Tuesday said Airport chaos which has seen constant flight delays and cancellations is "completely to do with Brexit." Link

($1 = 0.8151 pounds) (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom)

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